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  • Rural turned suburban

    In March 1956, the small community of Ferndale still had enough rural flavor that James Lacy could fish and hunt there after his family moved to the Glen Burnie subdivision from Baltimore. Lacy, now 65, said it wasn't long before the neighborhood began...
  • A proper reburial

    A proper reburial
    Edgar A. Poe, local author and poet of much renown, was laid to rest at Westminster Hall yesterday inside a simple redwood coffin, after a grand theatrical and oratorical send-off to usher him, as he once wrote, "into the region of shadows." Of course...
  • Trees await good home

    The problem Unplanted trees appear to be dying in a Recreation and Parks lot. The backstory Daniel and Melissa Burke have been puzzling over an unusual sight during their regular runs through Druid Hill Park. In early summer, they noticed unplanted trees...
  • Grace Hartigan dies at age 86

    Her bold canvases made her a bright star in the 1950s New York art world, but she "sank from view faster than the Titanic" when she moved to Baltimore, The New York Times said. Grace Hartigan, who ultimately found a second career offering her wisdom...
  • All the bells, whistles and 111 bikes

    All the bells, whistles and 111 bikes
    Brian Sacawa and Erik Spangler see themselves as sound guerrillas. The co-founders of the Contemporary Museum's off-kilter Mobtown Modern concert series don't just perform experimental music - sometimes they like to sneak up on people with it. That's...
  • An obituary for Robert (the Single One)

     
    I wanted to write an informal obituary for Robert Carlisle Hammond, our Robert (the Single One), so I asked his cousin Meg, who lives in Atlanta, if she could tell us more about him.Robert was 59 when he died. When......
  • Political Blogs FAQ

    FAQ for Political Blogs Q.   What are your Terms of Service? A.   Terms of Service can be found here.  Q.   What is your commenting policy? A.   Comments are not enabled on the candidates' blogs. Q.   Do all candidates for political races have blogs?...
  • Gag order sought in Harris killing case

    Attorneys representing two men accused of killing former City Councilman Kenneth N. Harris Sr. are seeking a gag order in the case, arguing that publicity would make it difficult for their clients to get a fair trial. At a hearing yesterday, Charles Y....
  • Barack Obama's inaugural address

    My fellow citizens: I stand here today humbled by the task before us, grateful for the trust you have bestowed, mindful of the sacrifices borne by our ancestors. I thank President Bush for his service to our nation, as well as the generosity and...
  • One dead, one wounded in Northwest shooting

    One man was fatally shot late Sunday in a vacant rowhouse in Northwest Baltimore, while a second man was wounded by gunfire and found lying on the roof of the home's front porch, city police said yesterday. Baltimore police responded to calls for the...
  • Bea Gaddy's Thanksgiving legacy lives on

    Bea Gaddy's Thanksgiving legacy lives on
    Former City Councilwoman Bea Gaddy died of breast cancer in October 2001 at 68, but her legacy lives on with an annual Thanksgiving dinner nearly three decades old that has fed thousands of families searching for a hot holiday meal. A one-time homeless...
  • 14-year-old Brooklyn boy dies of gunshot wound

    A 14-year-old Brooklyn boy died tonight at Maryland Shock Trauma Center shortly after he was shot by an unknown assailant near a Baltimore city fire station, police said. Steven Graham, of the 500 block of Annabel Ave., was a few blocks away near the...