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  • A lingering question: 'Are you related?'

    There are plenty of people around with names like Adams, Johnson, Harrison, Jefferson, Jackson, Washington and any number of others that, by coincidence, are shared with people elected to the office of U.S. president. It stands to reason that in a...
  • Two masterful chefs team up at Clarksville Caterers [Clarksville]

    Some of you may have noticed that Rehms' Caterers on Route 108 is now Clarksville Caterers. Sadly, Mary Lou Rehm passed away in September 2012, but Certified Master Chef Adi Rehm is still cooking along with Clarksville Chef Ryan Wiest. Ryan had worked...
  • North County High student to be honored at Vatican

    North County High student to be honored at Vatican
    North County High School junior Jack Andraka, who has received numerous accolades for his work on early detection methods for cancer, will be honored with an international award at the Vatican on Saturday, according to Anne Arundel Public School...
  • John Cena praising Antonio Cesaro in Munich was a telling moment

    John Cena praising Antonio Cesaro in Munich was a telling moment
    After the main event at WWE's Live Event on Saturday night in Munich, Germany, John Cena got on the microphone and asked for Antonio Cesaro to return to the ring. There, he asked the German-speaking superstar to translate his words to the audience. At...
  • The legacy of Kristallnacht [Letter]

    The legacy of Kristallnacht [Letter]
    Regarding your recent article on the anniversary of Kristallnacht, I was living in the small East Prussian town of Osterode at the time and recall that infamous day as if it were yesterday ("Germany marks Kristallnacht's 75th anniversary asking: What tips...
  • 'I Am My Own Wife' wears a dress to address German history

    'I Am My Own Wife' wears a dress to address German history
    If you want proof that truth can be stranger than fiction, check out Doug Wright's "I Am My Own Wife." It's a documentary-style play based on interviews the contemporary American playwright did with an elderly transvestite who lived openly during the...
  • Polish repertory played by musicians who know the score

    Polish repertory played by musicians who know the score
    If you are not familiar with the Meccorre String Quartet, you are not alone. This Polish classical music group is coming to Columbia as part of its first tour of North America. It performs for the Candlelight Concert Society on Saturday, Nov. 9, at 8 p.m....
  • Gottfried Wagner on the Holocaust opera 'Lost Childhood'

    Gottfried Wagner on the Holocaust opera 'Lost Childhood'
    Gottfried Wagner, author, director, musicologist and great-grandson of Richard Wagner, had a significant role in the development of "Lost Childhood," an opera about the Holocaust and its aftermath. The work, composed by Janice Hamer to a libretto by...
  • A glittering holiday tradition

    A glittering holiday tradition
    For the Douglas clan of Nottingham, the most magical time of the year doesn't start until they spend a morning oohing and ahhing their way through the aisles of the glittering winter wonderland that is the annual Christmas display and sale at Valley...
  • Howard County Concert Orchestra ready to take off

    Howard County Concert Orchestra ready to take off
    This is the time of year when classical music organizations launch into their new seasons, but the Howard County Concert Orchestra is launching into a new existence with its concert on Sunday, Nov. 10, at 4 p.m. at St. John's Episcopal Church in...
  • Why the Nazis feared modern art

    Why the Nazis feared modern art
    The recent discovery in Munich of what are reported to be more than 1,500 major artworks confiscated or banned by the Nazis is a reminder of how totalitarian regimes tend to view art as so dangerous a potential adversary as any enemy army. In the case...
  • World War I echoes in Britten's 'Requiem'

    World War I echoes in Britten's 'Requiem'
    At the 11th hour on Nov. 11, 1918, "the monstrous anger of the guns" and "the stuttering rifles' rapid rattle" — to quote two of poet Wilfred Owen's indelible phrases — finally subsided. The First World War, the one to end all wars, was over....