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  • Family mourns young mechanic

    Glendon William Bell Jr. loved fixing old cars and talking with mechanics far more than playing sports or seeking mischief. If that made the Mount Airy boy an atypical 12-year-old, family members said, it only made him more endearing to his father and...
  • Snow further delays criminal court system

    Yesterday's criminal court docket in Baltimore was an average one: A 17-year-old was to stand trial in the killing of an 18-year-old. A man was to face a jury on charges that he sexually abused a 3-year-old boy. A former parole agent was to be tried on...
  • Stream of Consciousness

    I can hear him now: "All that for that?" I can pretty much see him, too, in his khaki trousers and white T-shirt, over in the small clearing by the honeysuckle thicket on the little river I love. My father is watching me fish in the way I have chosen to...
  • New music from troubled divas, other hit makers

    Coming this fall: The Drama of the Troubled Diva. For the next four months, many of pop's juiciest plot lines will feature female singers struggling back from the brink. They include Whitney Houston, Christina Aguilera and TLC, all of whom have spent far...
  • More than enough variety to keep you on your toes

    If you've never thought much of the dance scene in the Baltimore area, this coming season is going to make you change your thinking. Along with classic traditional ballet and modern standards, this year brings a host of area premieres that feature...
  • After summer of flops, a season of quality?

    Hail, hail, the "Gang"'s finally here. That would be "Gangs of New York", Martin Scorsese's long-awaited latest, an epic tale of love and loyalties, played out among the rival immigrant groups of 19th-century New York City. Not since "Titanic" has a film...
  • Small-scale exhibitions of big importance

    The most notable thing about this season of museum and gallery shows is that, for the first time in years, it seems, there's no blockbuster event in the offing to monopolize all the attention, interest and ticket sales to the public. Instead, area...
  • 'We won't see another Johnny Unitas'

    Mourners said goodbye to John Unitas yesterday, evoking memories of a steely, Hall of Fame quarterback and a tender father who stayed close to his coal-shoveling roots. Cardinal William H. Keeler said he found "sanctity" in the man who threw footballs as...
  • Race to the Oscars

    If everything goes right for Hollywood over the next four months, you'll be running from multiplex to multiplex thinking, "Ah, finally, an overload of great movies!" Such a scenario has yet to play out, ever, yet you may find yourself scrambling just the...
  • Suburbs see some cases of threats against witnesses

    The voice mail message arrived at 1:30 p.m. on April 28. "I'm gonna tell you one thing: Baltimore too small," he said. "I know where you be and everything you saying is coming straight back to me. ... This ain't no [expletive] game. You stop playing like...
  • Man charged with intimidating witness in neighborhood dispute

    Armed with clubs fashioned from broken table legs, the two men burst into a Southwest Baltimore house last month, city prosecutors said, intent on beating the homeowner so badly that he couldn't testify in court. But their alleged effort at witness...
  • Jessamy organizes push for witness law

    Fearing that witness-intimidation legislation may again wither in Annapolis, Baltimore State's Attorney Patricia C. Jessamy has asked city community and church leaders to assemble in support of it this morning at the State House. This week the state...