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Associated PressNEW YORK - The nation's largest direct marketing group set up a registry yesterday to remove dead people from its telemarketing, e-mail and direct mail lists - for a $1 fee. The Direct Marketing Association, which has more than 5,200 members in the...
Sun ReporterIn Annapolis, Thomas L. Bromwell invariably sported a huge gold ring he described as "big and gaudy and loud" - much like himself. A big man with a thick Bawlamer accent, the former tavern owner from Perry Hall was a colorful and imposing figure during...
Gov. Martin O'Malley said yesterday that he will do "everything in my power" to abolish the death penalty in Maryland this year and for the first time raised the possibility of allowing voters to decide the divisive issue through a constitutional...
Special to baltimoresun.comBesides supplying great settings, Baltimore has also spawned its share of great writers. Here are writers who, while not setting their stories in Baltimore, are practicing their craft from our comfortable streets. Madison Smartt Bell "Anything Goes,"...
Special to baltimoresun.comThere's a certain pride in opening a book where the action takes place in a recognizable setting. Reading about favorite watering holes, familiar streets and neighborhoods we call home is like sharing a special secret with the author. Here are a few books...
Sun reporterThe newly refurbished War Memorial Plaza in downtown Baltimore provided all the solemn trappings yesterday of a Veterans Day ceremony honoring fallen soldiers: A solitary bell tolled. Bagpipes wailed. A trumpet sounded taps. Families and friends cried....
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Sun reportersElrod Hendricks, an affable and beloved sports figure in Baltimore who spent 37 of his 45 seasons in professional baseball in an Orioles uniform as a player or coach, died last night. Hendricks would have turned 65 today. Orioles executive vice...
Sun Foreign StaffLONDON - Silence is not easy to come by in London, ever, especially on the streets at noon in the capital's center, where the sounds of buses and taxis and people and life thump 24 hours a day, every day, like a vibrant heart. Silence, though, cloaked...
Sun StaffThe sun begins its descent toward distant pines as Paul Nuwer taxis the white, twin-engine turboprop plane onto Runway 3-4 at Cambridge Dorchester Municipal Airport. Nuwer revs the engines to 42,000 rpm, releases the brake and accelerates the aircraft to...
Sun StaffMaryland officials announced yesterday that they would shut down children's group homes run by a company whose executive director expensed Caribbean cruises, luxury SUVs and meals while residents endured what they and former staff described as...
Sun reporterIt is the area directly behind the home team's on-deck circle at Camden Yards, in between the Orioles' dugout and the netting that protects well-seated fans from foul balls. Frequent visitors of the ballpark know the area simply as "Ellie's Place." Since...
Sun StaffThe sadness and tears were joined by energetic singing, vigorous clapping, stomping and praise. Less a somber service and more a joyous celebration of a short but vibrant life, hundreds of people filled the sanctuary of New Psalmist Baptist Church in...
Tags: Baptist, John Sullivan, Armed Forces, Maryland, Iraq
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