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  • Deborah W. Alper, Hopkins director

    Deborah W. Alper, Hopkins director
    Deborah W. Alper, former director of intellectual property management and business development at the Johns Hopkins University's Bloomberg School of Public Health, died July 13 of complications from Lyme disease at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. She was 65.
  • Ravens players keep Ray Lewis' Oregon Ridge tradition going

    Ravens players keep Ray Lewis' Oregon Ridge tradition going
    During Ray Lewis' time with the Ravens, one of the staples of the legendary middle linebacker's rigorous training regimen was running the steep hill at Oregon Ridge Park. For years, Lewis would attack the incline early in the morning, sprinting up the...

    North County teen filmmaker, 17, debuts 'Sixteen Candles'

    North County teen filmmaker, 17, debuts 'Sixteen Candles'
    He's just turning 17, but Tommy Flynn is already a seasoned filmmaker. The premier of his third movie, "Sixteen Candles," will be held July 24 at Hereford Volunteer Fire Company's catering facility, Summit Manor. The 7 p.m. event is free and open to the...

    Sinclair Broadcast will launch college sports network

    Sinclair Broadcast will launch college sports network
    Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc. plans to launch a college sports network to be broadcast on television stations it owns, the Hunt Valley-based company said Thursday. The American Sports Network, or ASN, will show live events, including football,...

    Upscale apartments coming to Hunt Valley Towne Centre

    Upscale apartments coming to Hunt Valley Towne Centre
    Hunt Valley Towne Centre is expanding again. This time, though, the expansion is taking the form of upscale apartments, the first residential component to be added to the project since its inception about a decade ago. The apartments are being built...
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  • Three Festivals Line Up Behind Asian Film Awards Relaunch

    BERLIN -- The heads of the Hong Kong, Busan and Tokyo film festivals have joined forces to create the Asian Film Awards Academy, a new body which will take over the running of the annual Asian Film Awards show. The AFAs will this year shift from Hong...
  • China Film Business Struggles With Asia Collaborations Despite Box Office Boom

    While the explosive growth of China's film industry -- its box office hit $3.57 billion in 2013 -- is attracting the attention of its Asian neighbors, challenges including censorship, as well as cultural and social mores, have so far prevented a unified...
  • BAFTA Moves to Strengthen Ties with Asian Biz

    LONDON -- The British Academy of Film and Television Arts is making a renewed push into Asia with a series of events in Hong Kong, and the setting up of an advisory board to oversee its charitable work in the continent. BAFTA's Hong Kong events kick...
  • Is China Outgrowing Hollywood?

    In the past few years, Westerners have exulted in the country's box office boom, which included hefty grosses for major-studio films such as "Iron Man 3," "Pacific Rim" and "The Croods." With the liberalization of access to the market and a greater...
  • Golden Rooster Calls Out "American Dreams"

    HONG KONG -- "American Dreams In China" and its director Peter Chan Ho-sun were the big winners at China's Golden Rooster Awards held in Wuhan this weekend. The picture, which was already one of the year's top grossing Chinese films, was named as best...
  • Greater China To Dominate 50th Golden Horse Festival

    BUSAN - Ryan Coogler's "Fruitvale Station," Roman Polanski's "Venus in Fur" and Haifaa Al-Mansour's "Wadjda" from Saudi Arabia are among the overseas titles that pepper the line-up of Taiwan's Golden Horse Festival (Nov. 8-28, 2013). The bulk of the...
  • What to Expect on your Holiday Travel this Weekend

    What to Expect on your Holiday Travel this Weekend
    Accumulating snow will stay west and south of Lower Michigan overnight into early Christmas Day. Snow or a mix of precipitation will fall across portions of Iowa and Missouri into southwest Wisconsin and Illinois overnight into Friday. The wintry...
  • Lake Effect Snow Warnings Remain in Effect

    Lake Effect Snow Warnings Remain in Effect
    Lake-effect snow warnings and advisories remain in effect around West Michigan.  An extended period of lake-effect snow could bring a foot or more of accumulation to parts of Southwest Lower Michigan before things slowly taper off on Saturday afternoon....
  • Unusually Warm Early Spring Weather On the Way

    Unusually Warm Early Spring Weather On the Way
    After the second warmest winter on record, an extended period of unusually warm early spring weather lies ahead for West Michigan. We’ll see plenty of sunshine this Sunday morning and for most of the afternoon as temperatures climb into the lower...
  • Back Up Above Freezing by Monday

    Back Up Above Freezing by Monday
    A small, but lingering area of lake-effect snow showers produced locally heavy snowfall on Saturday into Saturday evening across portions of Muskegon and Ottawa counties.  As much as 6 to 10 inches of additional snow fell around Norton Shores, Grand...
  • Icy Roads Across West Michigan Tonight

    Icy Roads Across West Michigan Tonight
    Once again, mild temperatures in the 40s brought fog, rain, and then a light mix of precipitation that changed to snow across West Michigan.  Anywhere from 1 to 5 inches of snow fell from the Grand Rapids metro area northward, with the heaviest amounts...
  • More Snow Overnight & Colder Thursday

    More Snow Overnight & Colder Thursday
    A clipper-type low pressure system will track through the northern Great Lakes and drag a stronger cold front across West Michigan overnight.  This will cause a brief burst of moderate to heavier snow showers between 2 and 7 am.  Generally 1 to 5 inches...