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  • Cale McConnaughy weds Birttany MacDonald

    Cale McConnaughy, 28, of Forest Hill, and Brittany MacDonald, 25, of Southern York County in Pennsylvania, were married Sept. 14 in Ocean City. They were winners of a Two Wheel Wedding contest sponsored by Fast Lane Biker Magazine Delmarva and...
  • Baltimore Concert Opera opens fifth season with spirited 'L'elisir'

    Baltimore Concert Opera opens fifth season with spirited 'L'elisir'
    A lot has happened, operatically, in Baltimore during the past few years. The city lost its proud Baltimore Opera Company after more than five decades, then gained a sort of second cousin in the form of Lyric Opera Baltimore. Opera Vivente folded its...
  • Towson High's Class of 1953 looks back

    Towson High's Class of 1953 looks back
    Towson High School's Class of 1953 held its 60th reunion Sept. 27 and 28 at the Embassy Suites Hotel in Hunt Valley. We asked some members of the class to recount life in Towson in the 1950s, their favorite memories, and where life took them after...
  • History lessons add to festival fun at Riverfest

    History lessons add to festival fun at Riverfest
    Under the cover of, thankfully, sunny skies, this year's Riverfest found vendors in good spirits and close to 1,000 visitors to the outdoor celebration in Riverfront Park, according to Maureen Rogers, administrator at festival sponsor Laurel Board of...
  • Local artist shows true 'colors' for Pleasant Plains musical [Towson]

    Local artist shows true 'colors' for Pleasant Plains musical [Towson]
    So many of our schools in Baltimore County – and Towson, in particular – make a strong effort to find ways to work with parents and other community members.Pleasant Plains Elementary School is no exception. Recently, it partnered with local...
  • Like/Dislike with Lauren Saunders, actor

    Like/Dislike with Lauren Saunders, actor
    How's this for a challenging role? A young girl travels through time with her younger sister. Oh, and she's determined to kill God. Still, Lauren Saunders was down for playing Lucy in Single Carrot Theatre's "A Beginner's Guide to Deicide." "I was...
  • Zany promotions put Laurel Shopping Center in spotlight

    Zany promotions put Laurel Shopping Center in spotlight
    Throughout the 1950s and 1960s, Giant Food stuck to their own marketing and, as a rule, did not participate in promotions sponsored by the shopping centers where its stores were located. In a recent interview, however, Dennis Berman, son of Laurel...
  • U.S. judge rejects requests to halt Maryland gun law

    U.S. judge rejects requests to halt Maryland gun law
    A federal judge rejected requests Tuesday to block Maryland's new ban on the sale of assault rifles and to prevent enforcement of a new handgun licensing program. In denying a temporary restraining order, U.S. District Judge Catherine Blake said the...
  • 'Elf the Musical' comes to the Lyric

    'Elf the Musical' comes to the Lyric
    Few holiday movies give such cinematic chestnuts as "It's a Wonderful Live" and "White Christmas" a real run for their money, but, every now and then, one takes off. In 1983, it was the wry, nostalgic "A Christmas Story." Twenty years later, it was the...
  • Taking the lead

    Taking the lead
    Baltimore native Peyton List is only 27. But she's already a veteran of almost two decades in show business with a resume that includes Disney movies, guest shots on "Law & Order" and recurring roles on "As the World Turns," and "Mad Men." And this fall,...
  • DeVos Institute of Arts Management moving from Kennedy Center to UM

    DeVos Institute of Arts Management moving from Kennedy Center to UM
    The DeVos Institute of Arts Management, founded in 2001 by Kennedy Center president Michael Kaiser and based at the center since then, will move to the University of Maryland’s College Park campus effective Sept. 1. Kaiser, who was to have stepped...
  • 'Les Miz' on stage at Toby's tops the screen version [Letter]

    Tom Hooper, Hugh Jackman and Russell Crowe, especially Russell Crowe should have seen "Les Miserables" at Toby's Dinner Theatre before they made their movie. I have seen Les Miz in London and in New York, and Toby's production measures up. It is...