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Hudson River

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  • 25 movies added to National Film Registry

    25 movies added to National Film Registry
    From the MIchael Sragow Gets Reel blog: Today the Library of Congress announced 25 more selections for the National Film Registry. The Registry is designed to highlight the American cinema's broad social-cultural significance as well as mark its key...
  • Celebrity traveler: Suzi Cordish shares her valley fever

    Celebrity traveler: Suzi Cordish shares her valley fever
    Maryland Art Place chairwoman and fundraiser Suzi Cordish doesn't like to sit still for very long. Along with her husband, developer David Cordish, she travels to exotic settings around the world, wherever work and interests take the couple. They...
  • If you go: Visiting the Hudson River Valley

    Getting there Although trains travel to the region (Amtrak to New York, then Metro North to Peekskill), the best way to see the expansive Hudson Valley region is via car. From Baltimore, West Point is about 270 miles. The five-hour drive up Interstate...
  • One twin's escape from the Twin Towers

    One twin's escape from the Twin Towers
    That morning, as it rained ash, fire and debris all around him, Chris Cordisco sprinted as fast as he could through the streets of Manhattan. Instinct carried him to the Hudson River as the word "terrorism" bounced around in his head. The surreal...
  • September 21: Fall travel guide

    Fall getaways Check out these great getaways for the fall, including a mouthwatering weekend at the NYC Food Film Festival and a "Dirty Dancing" themed stay at Mountain Lake Hotel. Harpoon Octoberfest If you can't afford the trip to Munich to toss...
  • Baltimore must do more to protect the public

    I'm deeply troubled by the violence at the Inner Harbor on July 4 ("Inner Harbor Fireworks," July 6). I've lived in Locust Point, the safest part of Baltimore, for the last four years after moving here from northern New Jersey. On July 4, my husband and I...
  • CBS-Showtime pays tribute to Navy/Army football with 'A Game of Honor'

    CBS-Showtime pays tribute to Navy/Army football with 'A Game of Honor'
    Duty, service and honor are big words. They are also ones that are often abused these days by Washington politicians who thank each other for their "service" even as they sink deeper into partisan gridlock. "Game of Honor," a documentary about West Point...
  • Wolfgang Oehme, landscape architect

    Wolfgang Oehme, landscape architect
    Wolfgang Oehme, a renowned landscape architect and a founder of the New American Garden movement, which incorporated windblown ornamental grasses and massed perennial plantings, died of cancer Thursday at his Towson home. He was 81. "He was a...
  • June: Math, science and baseball are hits in Harford

    June: Math, science and baseball are hits in Harford
    Bel Air High School's biomedical program had its first graduates in June. The magnet program was implemented in the 2007-2008 school year as part of a science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) curriculum. In all, 31 students graduated from the...
  • Heat makes you stupid

    Heat makes you stupid
    In addition to making us miserable, the recent stretch of scorching weather seems to have affected our brains. The record heat — in the high 90s — not only makes it feel like the stultifying days of last summer, it also made some of us display...
  • Huge containership calls at Baltimore's port

    Huge containership calls at Baltimore's port
    The port of Baltimore has played host to some massive containerships in its time, but none larger than the MSC Sindy, which paid a call Monday at the Seagirt Marine Terminal. More than 31/2 football fields long and capable of hauling 9,200 20-foot...
  • Taking a step toward boating safety

    Taking a step toward boating safety
    John Martino was not pleased when he saw where organizers of this year's New York Boat Show had stuck his booth inside the cavernous Javits Center earlier this month. He was in a distant corner, far enough from the main flow of foot traffic that he...