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  • Bicycle recycle is name of the game at St. Paul's this weekend

    St. Paul's Lutheran Church will collecting bikes again for Bikes for the World this Saturday, Oct. 15, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Bring used bikes to the Lutherville Bike Shop's parking lot at the corner of Bellona and York roads. St. Paul's has been...
  • Rhymes with Opera explores definition, dimension of art form

    Rhymes with Opera explores definition, dimension of art form
    They've heard just about all the suggestions by now. But if you insist, you can approach members of the Rhymes with Opera ensemble Saturday at the Windup Space and offer your response to what is actually not a request. "We've had people come up to us and...
  • Renowned Austin Girls Choir to give concert in North East June 22

    Renowned Austin Girls Choir to give concert in North East June 22
    Austin Girls' Choir's tour ensemble, directed by a former Havre de Grace resident, will be in North East on Wednesday, June 22, to sing a free concert at 7:30 p.m. at St. Mary Anne's Episcopal Church at 315 S. Main St. Twenty-one girls age 10 to 18...
  • A Baltimorean's progress: from disgusted to charmed

    A Baltimorean's progress: from disgusted to charmed
    I'm a recent graduate of a college in downtown Baltimore, and for four summers I have occupied Baltimore, working downtown and trying to understand its workings. I feel as if, despite my original discomfort about living downtown, Baltimore itself has...
  • Piano teacher a key change for Ugandan youths

    Piano teacher a key change for Ugandan youths
    Baltimore resident Amy Klosterman was a piano teacher at the Baltimore School for the Arts for 15 years, but her involvement with a youth band in Uganda started with a journey unrelated to music. In the summer of 2007, she traveled to Uganda to do...
  • Gladys W. Winter, homemaker

    Gladys W. Winter, homemaker
    Gladys W. Winter, a homemaker and benefactor of several Baltimore cultural institutions, died Wednesday of emphysema at her home on Roland Mews in the Village of Cross Keys. She was 88. Gladys Woolford, the daughter of a banker and a homemaker, was born...
  • An evening of voice and piano, featuring a Bel Air native

    Soprano Stacey Mastrian returns to her native Bel Air to present a recital of songs and arias in Italian, French, German, Spanish and English, with pianist Scott Crowne. The concert will be Friday, March 16, at 8 p.m. at the St. Mary Magdalen Mission...
  • The Rev. James J. McNamee III

    The Rev. James J. McNamee III
    The Rev. James J. McNamee III, a retired Episcopal priest who had pastored St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Annapolis, died Friday of cancer at his home in the Ambassador Apartments in Tuscany-Canterbury. He was 76. Mr. McNamee was born in Baltimore and...
  • Helen G. Rigler, educator

    Helen G. Rigler, educator
    Helen G. Rigler, a former elementary school educator and opera buff, died Saturday of heart failure at Mercy Medical Center. The Parkton resident was 93. The daughter of a Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. draftsman and a homemaker, Helen Gill was born...
  • Betty G. Hocker, opera singer and composer

    Betty G. Hocker, opera singer and composer
    Betty G. Hocker, a retired Baltimore opera singer and composer who wrote the "Fort McHenry March" at the time of the nation's bicentennial, died Saturday of complications from dementia at Stella Maris Hospice. The longtime Roland Park resident was 101....
  • Edwin Roger Fitzgerald, Hopkins professor

    Edwin Roger Fitzgerald, Hopkins professor
    Edwin Roger Fitzgerald, a retired professor had taught in the Johns Hopkins University's mechanics and materials department for nearly 40 years and whose hobby was farming, died May 11 of complications from a stroke at Gilchrist Hospice in Towson. The...
  • Opera star Denyce Graves joins Peabody Conservatory faculty

    Opera star Denyce Graves joins Peabody Conservatory faculty
    In terms of talent, glamour and wide appeal, few opera singers today rank as high as mezzo-soprano Denyce Graves. No wonder there's quite a buzz at the Peabody Conservatory, where Graves will join the voice faculty in the fall. People are still talking...