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  • World traveler's short trip earns National Aquarium lifetime pass

    World traveler's short trip earns National Aquarium lifetime pass
    Campus Hills resident Charles Kloch, a retired 70-year-old banker, began traveling before he could walk, when his father took the family on vacation to Canada. He has no intention of stopping. He has travelled to 105 countries — not counting the...
  • Six Flags America to launch 'Apocalypse' in 2012

    Six Flags America to launch 'Apocalypse' in 2012
    Six Flags America is envisioning 2012 as the end of the world and wants visitors to take that last ride aboard a new roller coaster. The Apocalypse, a thrilling coaster that will drop riders 90 feet, is set to open at the Maryland theme park on May 25....
  • International flavor adds fun at St. Vincent's multi-cultural day

    In between the earthquake and Hurricane Irene, the children and staff at St. Vincent's Center found time to celebrate a special event a their Pot Spring campus. Multi-cultural day was held in the Pot Spring gym, and began with everyone "boarding" the S....
  • Five years later, death ruled accident now a homicide

    Five years later, death ruled accident now a homicide
    For five years, Adrienne Miranda has been on a crusade to prove that the death of her son — crushed under a Bobcat earthmover while on the job, his body face-down in the dirt under a hot summer sun — was no accident. The mother from...
  • Baltimore ATF gets new chief amid shakeup

    A top supervisor with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives is being reassigned to lead the Baltimore field office as the beleaguered agency attempts to remake itself amid the fallout from a failed gun-tracking operation along the...
  • Benefit of trade pacts greatly overstated

    Your editorial on pending trade agreements ("The benefits of trade," Oct. 6) reports projected benefits to the depressed U.S. economy from the proposed trade deals with South Korea, Colombia, and Panama of $12 billion in exports and tens of thousands of...
  • Alleged Iran bomb plot: An intolerable provocation

    The bizarre plot federal law enforcement officials described Tuesday in which elements of the Iranian government are accused of trying to blow up Saudi Arabia's ambassador to the U.S. with explosives planted in a Washington restaurant sounds like...
  • Strauss-Kahn, Schwarzenegger scandals: a confluence of race and class, sex and power

    Sex, power, class and race. For all their differences, the scandals encircling French politician Dominique Strauss-Kahn, who is accused of sexually assaulting an African-born maid in New York, and Arnold Schwarzenegger, who has confessed to having a child...
  • Immigration: an American success story

    The nation recently received two contradictory signals about the importance of immigration reform. President Barack Obama stood near the Mexican border in El Paso last month and called (again) for immigration reform. The next week, Gallup released a...
  • Appeals court overturns convictions in vicious killings of children

    Appeals court overturns convictions in vicious killings of children
    Maryland's highest court overturned the convictions of two men who were found guilty of the murders of three children in a Northwest Baltimore apartment seven years ago, ruling Friday that the trial judge made mistakes that prevented the defendants from...
  • Restaurant review: Savory Tex-Mex fare at El Hidalgo

    Restaurant review: Savory Tex-Mex fare at El Hidalgo
    Meeting and eating a new food can be exciting. The other night at El Hidalgo, a Tex-Mex restaurant in an Elkridge shopping center, I was introduced to tlacoyos. They were Mexican corn cakes ($7) shaped like torpedoes, stuffed with chicken and topped with...
  • Dr. Ross J. Brechner, ophthalmologist and state epidemiologist, dies at 71

    Dr. Ross J. Brechner, ophthalmologist and state epidemiologist, dies at 71
    Dr. Ross Joseph Brechner, a mathematician turned ophthalmologist who abandoned private practice for a second career in public health, died Aug. 4 of heart disease at his Catonsville home. He was 71. "Ross was a fine ophthalmologist who changed careers...