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Students at the University of Maryland, College Park are planning to prepare more than 100,000 meals in a single day, to be donated to people in need. The meal packages will contain rice, soy, dehydrated vegetables and a vitamin powder. The event will...
An energetic young cast is having a great time doing the musical "Rent" at Silhouette Stages. That energy would reach the audience even if the performers weren't in the habit of coming off the stage and strolling down the aisles at Slayton House Theater....
One year after announcing plans to move its headquarters to the former Monumental Life Building at Charles and Chase streets, Chase-Brexton Health Services is about to begin a $25 million renovation to prepare the property for its new use. Chase...
Tags: Mental Health, Mount Vernon, Charles Street, Architecture, HIV
Thanks "The Walking Dead", now I no longer have to wonder what a zombie's panties look like. And I no longer have to wonder what it would be like to see a zombie in its panties have its stomach slit open with a pocket knife. It made me feel a little...
Third of three articles on state ballot issues Dee Powell's belief in the ideal of marriage survived the reality of her divorce, and now she is working to preserve the institution as solely the union of a man and a woman. "Marriage is perfect," Powell...
Tags: Gays and Lesbians, Rush Limbaugh, Voting, Marriage, Judges
Of all the city's neighborhoods, Upton/Druid Heights ranks lowest in life expectancy, with AIDS as the fourth-leading cause of death. The Rev. Frank M. Reid III, pastor of Bethel AME Church in the heart of the neighborhood, is well aware of the...
In his recent commentary, Robert Embry uses Baltimore City public health initiatives to make the point that there are some things only government could accomplish ("Government does good; here's proof," Oct. 24). I disagree. Except for the lead paint...
The Baltimore SunFormer WJZ-FM radio sportscaster Jen Royle was in the news Tuesday after my colleague Jill Rosen wrote on her Baltimore Insider blog about the long-distance warfare Royle still was engaged in on social media with some Baltimore sports fans six months...
Tags: Social Media, Twitter, Inc., Facebook
Kip and Harrison Hart sit at the kitchen table in their Towson home, along with their mother, Barb Cox, and their South African "brother," Phinius Sebatsane, pondering how they're going to handle the massive amount of donations filling the dining and...
As National HIV Testing Day approaches, there will be a testing event held this week in Baltimore and the launch of an educational campaign. This will be the fourth year for Project SHALEM’s City Uprising HIV Outreach Day, a collaboration with...
They remembered Mary-Marguerite Kohn's enthusiasm and service, even her style — one mourner recalled "a large, bright yellow brimmed hat, terrific dangling earrings." There was hardly an empty seat Tuesday inside the Cathedral of the Incarnation in...
Not everything in childhood is bowls of mush and little old ladies whispering "Hush," and Maurice Sendak understood that. Our children understand that, too. Instinctively. That's what makes his books, like "Where the Wild Things Are" and "In the Night...
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