| Jul 27, 2011
| 1:46 PM
Howard Magazine had a chance to talk with Rob Jungmann, the man behind Jungmaven T-shirts, while he was living for a few months in Ellicott City. Jungmann started making outdoor gear and apparel from industrial hemp in 1993 after graduating from Central...
| Feb 9, 2012
| 4:08 AM
Architects live and breathe design, blissfully losing themselves in details most people would never notice — the bevel of a trim, the way light falls across a room, squared legs or curved.
So what happens, we wondered, when two such aesthetes...
| Mar 5, 2012
| 10:58 AM
If you're lucky enough to put your hands on a copy of the 50-year-old tome known as the 1961-62 North Harford High School Yearbook, open it up to the athletics section and thumb along until you come to the basketball team's page.
| Mar 8, 2012
| 11:15 AM
I have read with interest the articles and editorials on Baltimore's tree decline and the laudable tree re-planting efforts ("Speak for the trees," March 3). Forty years ago I observed that most of the trees on Baltimore streets were old. Today, with...
| Mar 11, 2012
| 7:07 AM
Someday, members of this year's seventh-grade class at Wilde Lake Middle School might be at the forefront of efforts to eradicate such social ills as genocide, animal cruelty, homelessness and deforestation.
The students are learning about social...
| Feb 2, 2012
What figures to be golf's most scrutinized new course could have its architect by the end of the week.
The eight finalists for the 2016 Rio Olympics design project — a list that includes Jack Nicklaus, Greg Norman, Annika Sorenstam and Gary...
| Feb 3, 2012
| 6:00 AM
The start of the 2012 college lacrosse season is a little more than a week away, which is music to the ears of ESPN analyst and former Johns Hopkins midfielder Mark Dixon. Dixon, who begins his seventh year as an analyst, was kind enough to share some...
| Feb 3, 2012
| 9:49 AM
Symphony Woods Park is one of the Columbia Association's greatest open space system assets, and I, the Registered Landscape Architect at CA, and others are doing our best to ensure that it becomes a great park for the community. In last week's Flier,...
| Feb 17, 2012
| 4:37 PM
Stop by for Weekends at Mason to see country singer (and NBC's "The Voice" celebrity vocal coach) Blake Shelton's "Well Lit & Amplified" tour. Performing at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 25, on the campus of George Mason...
| Feb 22, 2012
| 8:30 AM
Maryland's first state forester earned some modern-day recognition Wednesday, when the Board of Public Works voted to name 1,000 acres of woods in Dorchester County for Fred W. Besley.
Named state forester in 1906, Besley had been handpicked for the...
| Feb 27, 2012
| 4:10 AM
Trees are losing ground to pavement in many U.S. cities, Baltimore included, according to a new federal study.
Tree cover in urban areas is declining at a rate of about 4 million trees per year, according to a U.S. Forest Service study published recently...
| Mar 1, 2012
| 10:55 AM
Clinton Fisk Wells Jr., a retired U.S. Department of Agriculture statistician and World War II veteran, died Saturday of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease at his Oak Crest Village retirement community home.
He was 88.
Born in San Jose, Calif., Mr....