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  • Loyola offers online counseling to students coping with trauma

    Loyola offers online counseling to students coping with trauma
    The polite refusals became all too familiar to counselors at Loyola University Maryland when they offered help to students who had lost a parent, endured an assault or lived through some other kind of trauma. "Thanks so much for reaching out," the...
  • 'The Amazing Race': And the winner is ....

     
    Here's Bucky on the finale of The Amazing Race:(Guest recapper’s note: My apology to Meghan Rickey—who I am pretty sure reads this blog every week—for misspelling her name in my recaps. “gh” is my least-favorite digraph in...
  • The road to recovery hits some big snags

    The road to recovery hits some big snags
    As the day dawns for those contemplating a commute into Baltimore, there's good news: It should be better than Tuesday's slow crawl. The bad news? Maybe not by much. Commuters will continue to face issues of constricted roads where lanes remain...
  • Waving (checkered) flag for car race in city

    What exactly are we envisioning for the big IndyCar race proposed for Baltimore in 2011? Speeding cars skidding around street corners?The smell of burning rubber and fuel filling the air? Wild-eyed crowds packing the sidewalks? Don't we already have...
  • Yash Raj Diversifies Beyond Bollywood

    HONG KONG - Yash Raj Films, the Indian studio known for its archetypal Bollywood output, has unveiled an increasingly diverse slate for 2014-15. Works-in-progress range from a dystopian adventure through to a comedy about fear of the English-language and...
  • Real estate notebook: Tesla Motors showroom draws dozens of buyers

    More than 70 investors lined up to buy a Riviera Beach showroom and service center leased to electric car manufacturer Tesla Motors. Leon Goldstein of Brooklyn, N.Y., was the winning bidder, paying $2.75 million for the 12,104-square-foot property...
  • PSG lose again to hold up Ligue 1 title charge

    PARIS (Reuters) - Paris St Germain suffered another setback on Sunday when they were beaten 1-0 at Olympique Lyon to slow their pursuit of a second straight Ligue 1 title and inflict further disappointment after their midweek Champions League exit....
  • Blanc has PSG new contract offer, will consider later

    PARIS (Reuters) - Laurent Blanc will decide on his Paris St Germain future after next weekend's League Cup final. "I have received a contract offer from PSG but I want to wait 10 days as there are important things to deal with," Blanc, whose original...
  • Milo Ventimiglia and Rachel Melvin to Star in the Indie 'Madtown'

    Milo Ventimiglia and Rachel Melvin are set to star in the indie drama "Madtown." The pic will be written and directed by Charles Moore with Steven Campanella, Liz Duchez, David Spodak and J. Scott Scheel producing. Story revolves around Ventimiglia's...
  • The problems with 'Grace' and the delicious truth about the jet set era

    "The passenger jet was, and still is, one of the wonders of the world, a world whose other wonders the jet makes accessible." So writes William Stadiem. If the upcoming movie "Grace of Monaco" keeps getting super-bad publicity, it may well create an...
  • Bahamas luxury developers look to US buyers to fuel comeback

    Nature trails, a yoga platform on a rocky cliff overlooking crashing waves and a starry midnight blue sky are among the hooks for potential buyers at the Schooner Bay resort community in the Bahamas. "I walk that beach at night and I've never seen so...
  • A fairy-tale life for 'Lac' choreographer Jean-Christophe Maillot

    A fairy-tale life for 'Lac' choreographer Jean-Christophe Maillot
    Think "story ballet," and the tutu and tiara-clad princesses that come to mind are usually onstage — not behind the scenes. But French-born choreographer Jean-Christophe Maillot found a real-life noblewoman in Caroline, the Princess of Hanover,...