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Depression (INACTIVE)

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  • Salving psychological wounds with talk and food

    Salving psychological wounds with talk and food
    In 1992, Paula Butturini and her husband, John Tagliabue, moved back to Rome, where they'd met, gotten engaged and were married in the '80s. Each morning she would walk from their apartment near the Tiber River to Campo dei Fiori, where everyone from the...
  • 'Mad Men' Season 5 premiere recap: 'A Little Kiss'

    'Mad Men' Season 5 premiere recap: 'A Little Kiss'
    "What's wrong with you people? You're all so cynical. You don't smile, you smirk." — Megan Through all the years, through all the Peggy Olson working-girl iterations and Betty Draper mood changes and Don Draper bed-mate changes, one thing about...
  • Harford police calls show a startling number of suicide-related incidents

    There were 14 calls to the Harford County Sheriff's Office between Jan. 18 and Jan. 22 of people reporting that someone was either attempting suicide or contemplating it. Although the calls for service seem to show a startling number of suicide-related...
  • Mystery of missing man solved after 13 years

    July 9, 2011 Henry Ackerman had plans — big, cross country, into-the-wild plans. It was 1998, and he was 48 years old, alone, sad and somewhat peculiar. He lived with threecats and a big, sandy-colored dog in an unkempt Baltimore County apartment...
  • At his lowest moment, J.J. Hardy needed the love of his brother to make it through

    At his lowest moment, J.J. Hardy needed the love of his brother to make it through
    March 19, 2011 The Orioles' new shortstop, with the movie star looks and the West Coast ease, hasn't been hard to find the past four weeks. On most mornings, he turns his chair around at his corner locker and faces a roomful of new teammates. He...
  • Parents push through wall of silence on suicide

    Parents push through wall of silence on suicide
    Nearly a decade ago, not long after losing a daughter to suicide, a Baltimore County couple made a decision. They would turn their personal tragedy into a means of helping themselves, and others, by addressing mental illness in the open, without shame....
  • From 'Captain America' to 'Uncle Vanya,' Hugo Weaving stretches his acting chops

    From 'Captain America' to 'Uncle Vanya,' Hugo Weaving stretches his acting chops
    For actor Hugo Weaving, the distance between his farm in Sydney, Australia and Los Angeles isn't just 7,500 miles, give or take. It's the distance between his identities as a pop culture icon and as a conservatory-trained actor who revels in the classical...
  • Coffee and music not enough to keep Catonsville shop open

    Six Mile Coffee was a hub of activity at 7 p.m. on June 30 as customers formed lines at the counter or filled chairs – their eyes intent on computer screens or each other. The front door maintained a steady rhythm of musicians going in and out as...
  • Screening addicts the bane of the suburban doctor

    Your editorial on prescription drug abuse in suburbia ("OxyContin in suburbia," July 31) was spot on. I live in Harford County and I know this has become a major headache to law enforcement here. In reply to your editorial, Tina Regester of Bel Air,...
  • Facebook page on growing up in Columbia proves amazingly popular

    Facebook page on growing up in Columbia proves amazingly popular
    When Sekou Walker established a Facebook group on Aug. 5 titled, "You Know You Grew Up in Columbia Md When…" he just wanted to continue reconnecting with a dozen or so old friends from Oakland Mills and Wilde Lake high schools. He thought they'd...
  • Flanagan death: Sad day in Birdland

    A sad, sad day in Birdland upon learning of the death of Mike Flanagan. Another link to the lost Oriole Way has left us all too soon. Mr. Flanagan was everything we Orioles fans loved about our Birds in those wonderful years of "Oriole Magic." Tough,...
  • Long-time CBS broadcaster Andy Rooney dead at 92

    Long-time CBS broadcaster Andy Rooney dead at 92
    Andy Rooney, whose CBS career spans the entire post-war history of network news, died Friday as a result of complications following minor surgery, the network announced. A mainstay of Sunday night viewing for millions of Americans, the 92-year-old Rooney...