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  • Columbia Digest

    Bingo night The River Hill Community Association holds Family Bingo Night beginning at 6:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 20, at 6020 Daybreak Circle in Clarksville. Event includes prizes and light snacks. Information: 410-531-1749. Dance concert The Misako...
  • Destroying Syria's chemical weapons won't be easy, but it's possible

    Destroying Syria's chemical weapons won't be easy, but it's possible
    Globally, chemical weapons demilitarization has been difficult, slow and costly, but with technologies that have been developed over the past two decades, the safe destruction of Syria's chemical weapons stockpile is feasible. While the diplomats work out...
  • SushiQ in Elkridge succeeds with boutique approach

    SushiQ in Elkridge succeeds with boutique approach
    Some restaurants are like department stores. Their menus tend to offer something for almost everyone. Others are more like boutiques, offering a more specialized type of cuisine. One such place is SushiQ on Washington Boulevard in Elkridge. Rather than...
  • GOP is out of touch on the shutdown, debt ceiling

     GOP is out of touch on the shutdown, debt ceiling
    Republican Sens. Ted Cruz and Rand Paul for too long have lead the GOP into believing their claim that the debt ceiling and government shutdown issues won't cause an economic calamity ("Ted Cruz wins by losing," Sept. 27). All well and good senators,...
  • Developers announce newest restaurants for Towson Square complex

    Developers announce newest restaurants for Towson Square complex
    The two developers of Towson Square, the entertainment complex that kicked off a revitalization of downtown Towson, announced Thursday the next set of restaurants going into the $85 million project. Bonefish Grill, BJ's Restaurant and Brewhouse, Hanabi...
  • Dining at Towson Square

    Dining at Towson Square
    Developers Cordish Co. and Heritage Properties announced on Thursday the addition of four restaurants for the entertainment complex. Below are descriptions of the type of fare offered at each, as well as the names and fare of the three other restaruants...
  • Nobuyuki Tsujii makes impressive Baltimore Symphony debut

    Nobuyuki Tsujii makes impressive Baltimore Symphony debut
    If you ever doubted music’s magnetic power, or how it can inspire a person to soar past many a boundary or impediment, consider the case of Nobuyuki Tsujii, the compelling guest pianist for this weekend’s Baltimore Symphony Orchestra program....
  • Geraldine G.M. Dell, artist

    Geraldine G.M. Dell, artist
    Geraldine G.M. Dell, an artist who actively supported and volunteered at various cultural and educational institutions, died Oct. 9 of cancer at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. She was 65. "She was a very talented and vivacious lady in every sense of...
  • Maglev would transform Baltimore

    Maglev would transform Baltimore
    It's easy to be cynical about the idea of a magnetic levitation train whisking riders from Baltimore to Washington in 15 minutes. The technology, though not new, still sounds fanciful. The costs of even such a small system are enormous, the commercial...
  • The Common Core won't help the common man

    The Common Core won't help the common man
    "You get 35 cents per mile and $40 per day for meals." Computing the per diem for a given trip is beyond the capacity of 29 percent — almost three in 10 — American adults. They cannot apply two steps to calculate with whole numbers and...
  • Edward P. Bugnaski, tool and die maker

    Edward P. Bugnaski, tool and die maker
    Edward P. Bugnaski, a retired tool and die maker who was also a World War II veteran, died Oct. 28 of pneumonia at Menno Village, a Chambersburg, Pa., retirement community. He was 96. The son of Polish immigrants, Edward Paul Bugnaski was born in...
  • Michael Phelps still has work left to do

    Michael Phelps still has work left to do
    On the first full day of his life as the most-decorated Olympian, Michael Phelps went back to work — those medals don't start winning themselves just because you've hit 19, after all. But first he had to attend to his correspondence. "Thank you Mr....