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  • Brown, Hogan agree to third TV debate

    Brown, Hogan agree to third TV debate
    Democrat Anthony G. Brown and Republican Larry Hogan have agreed to a third televised debate in the race for governor, WBAL-TV in Baltimore confirmed Tuesday.
  • Hampden resident leads a revival of old-time music

    Hampden resident leads a revival of old-time music
    Brad Kolodner looked right at home playing banjo and fiddle on the front porch of his new row house in Hampden. "I actually bought this house with the idea of sitting on my porch, playing," said Kolodner, 24, who moved out of his parents' house in...

    Ellicott City resident taps sports world to fight sarcoidosis

    Ellicott City resident taps sports world to fight sarcoidosis
    After Sean Hull moved to Ellicott City with his wife and two children in 2005, he sought out Dr. David Moller, the director of the sarcoidosis unit at Johns Hopkins. In a twist of fate or luck, Moller turned out to be one of Hull's neighbors. It's one...

    Robert I. Callahan, radio and TV broadcaster

    Robert I. Callahan, radio and TV broadcaster
    Robert I. Callahan, a veteran Baltimore broadcaster who worked in radio and television and was honored in early June with a star on Maryland Public Television's Walk of Fame, died of cancer Aug. 28 at a Veterans Affairs hospital in Miami. He was 76. "I...

    YMCA becomes a Chamber of Horrors in 1965 [History Matters]

    September 1965 Thrills in a basement "Horrors, Horses, Hot dogs, at Y World Service Fete "The YMCA World Service Fund will be close to $400 richer, thanks to over two hundred people who braved a Chamber of Horrors. "The eerie walk through the...