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  • From Baltimore, a celebration of Woody Guthrie

    From Baltimore, a celebration of Woody Guthrie
    Nearly a decade ago, Michael Patrick Flanagan Smith, a Frederick-born playwright, actor and musician who called Baltimore home for several years, began digging into the life of Woody Guthrie. The fruits of that exploration are now onstage in New York....
  • Passing the test off the football field Making the grade off the football field

    LOS ANGELES — Pat McInally never tires of reminders that he is the only NFL prospect to record a perfect score on the Wonderlic intelligence test. "It's intellectual annuity," he says. The Harvard-educated McInally, in fact, has gained far greater...
  • Dylan at 70: embracing the chaos

    Dylan at 70: embracing the chaos
    "If I wasn't Bob Dylan, I'd probably think that Bob Dylan has a lot of answers myself." —Bob Dylan Bob Dylan turns 70 on Tuesday, and one has to wonder about his relevance in the Digital Age — the age of hip-hop, Guitar Hero and "American...
  • Osher Institute to preview fall classes on July 7

    The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Towson University is a 50-50 proposition this fall, when Osher offers adults 50 and older nearly 50 classes and activities for "cultural and social enrichment." Though classes will be held at TU, the preview of...
  • 'Electric Eden' plugs into roots of folk music

    The solstice has come and gone, so summer 2011 is officially under way. With it, comes that staple of warm weather entertainment, the open-air music festival. If you would rather not brave the heat and crowds, you might try one of these three volumes...
  • Future uncertain, 1st Mariner Arena thrives

    Future uncertain, 1st Mariner Arena thrives
    Frank Remesch's mission was clear, if daunting. Somehow, he had to convince people that the hulking, cavernous 1st Mariner Arena, a 1960s relic that civic leaders had been talking about razing for years, was still a player — could still attract big-...
  • Elkridge: Hanover community lost a good one in neighbor, friend and community activist Herman Prehn

    Every community has its local heroes and Elkridge is no exception. Herman Prehn, a long-time resident of Hanover, generous neighbor, loyal friend and community activist, died Jan. 27 at the age of 82. He once considered the priesthood with the...
  • 'The Voice' recap: Episode 5

    'The Voice' recap: Episode 5
    Finally, the last week of blind auditions on NBC’s “The Voice.” At the start of this episode, teams helmed by Adam Levine, Cee Lo Green, Christina Aguilera and Blake Shelton had precious few spots left for the taking. Cee Lo had the...
  • History Maters: Laurel mayor, city council offer $50 for information on 'blind tigers'

    100 Years Ago Tiger, tiger, luring site In the Times' Laurel column: "At a recent meeting of the Mayor and city council, it was stated that reports were in circulation that the law prohibiting the sale of spirits and malt liquors is being violated in...
  • 'The Voice' recap: Battle Rounds week 2

    'The Voice' recap: Battle Rounds week 2
    The second week of battle rounds on NBC’s “The Voice” brought a slew of questionable fashion decisions and equally questionable song choices. But “questionable” doesn’t always mean less delightful. Twelve contestants...
  • Understanding of concussions is undergoing a paradigm shift

    I heard the oldies station playing the Bob Dylan tune "The Times They Are a-Changin'," and the famous line could well apply to the seismic cultural change surrounding sports concussions. Not so long ago, the injury was hardly a headliner. A "ding" was...
  • Commentary: In the rain, Norwegians sing American-inspired song that a killer hates

    It must have been a good 11 years ago that I met Pete Seeger, poet par excellence, troubadour, folk singer and messenger of the ages. It was at the Carroll County Farm Museum's folk music festival called Common Ground on the Hill and he was the headliner....