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  • Toronto's world stage is packed for summertime visitors

    Toronto's world stage is packed for summertime visitors
    A series of occasional articles exploring destinations that are easily reached via nonstop flights from Baltimore. Summer is here, and you're ready to get away and play. But where can you go that's intriguing and exotic, yet close enough that you don'...
  • Across the border, but closer than nationals

    Across the border, but closer than nationals
    PHILADELPHIA -- When Stephanie Ryall steps onto the track tonight at the 120th Penn Relays, she'll be one of only three Canadian individuals at the event. None of the three have run there before. The Hamilton runner says a calm strategy should help her...
  • Mary K. McPherson, educator

    Mary K. McPherson, educator
    Mary K. McPherson, a retired private-school educator who had been on the faculty of Oldfields School and Bryn Mawr School, died Oct. 5 of cancer at Roland Park Place, where she had lived for the past decade. She was 89. Mary King McPherson was born and...
  • Grand Prix of Baltimore: Driver bios

    Grand Prix of Baltimore: Driver bios
    No. 26 Marco Andretti Age: 25 Country: United States Racing team: Andretti Motorsport Driver points: 237, 16th place, 185 behind leader Top finish in 2012: Andretti finished second behind teammate Ryan Hunter-Reay at the Iowa Corn Indy 250 on June...
  • 'Mad Men' recap: Season 5, Episode 7, 'At The Codfish Ball'

    'Mad Men' recap: Season 5, Episode 7, 'At The Codfish Ball'
    It's time to meet the really, really bad parents. Look, no mom and dad are perfect. They make mistakes. They miss ball games. But Megan Draper's folks (played by guest stars Ronald Guttman and Julia Ormond. Julia freaking Ormond) fight loudly in French,...
  • Philip Glass' 'Overture for 2012' to get dual premiere

    Philip Glass' 'Overture for 2012' to get dual premiere
    The most famous piece of music about a conflict in 1812 has nothing to do with what is dubbed the second war of American independence. That won't stop Tchaikovsky's "1812 Overture," with its famous bells and cannons, from being part of the "Star-Spangled...
  • Fresh & Green's opening tomorrow in the old Superfresh space

    Fresh & Green's opening tomorrow in the old Superfresh space
    That was fast. A Fresh & Green's market is opening tomorrow in the Charles Plaza location where Superfresh was until just this past Tuesday. What do we know about Fresh & Green's? (Try Googling them yourself.)  Not much beyond what's in their pamphlet:...
  • Gryphon Trio: 'We love Beethoven'

    Gryphon Trio: 'We love Beethoven'
    The Gryphon Trio will be thinking a lot about Beethoven when this Canadian ensemble performs locally for the Candlelight Concert Society Saturday, Feb. 18 at 8 p.m. at Howard Community College's Smith Theatre. "We love Beethoven," cellist Roman Borys...
  • Susquehanna Symphony Orchestra concert 'Ghosts and Witches' is March 17

    The Susquehanna Symphony Orchestra continues its 35th anniversary season on St. Patrick's Day with a "Ghosts and Witches" concert. Sheldon Bair, SSO founder and music director, noted that guest artists from Canada will be featured, and hinted that the...
  • Brock Lesnar's return and how WWE crowds can make or break shows

    Brock Lesnar's return and how WWE crowds can make or break shows
    What a difference in the crowd from Raw in Miami on April 2 to Raw in D.C. on April 9. It was essentially the difference between a rock star show and an indy act. Yes, Miami’s crowd had many WWE diehards who made an entire WrestleMania weekend of...
  • Mixing it up in Montreal

    Mixing it up in Montreal
    On an afternoon in early October, I sat in a pew in an old church and took in Mass. A woman dressed all in white sang a soothing hymn, and then a priest in an intricate, green robe read from a prepared sermon; behind him, an imposing pipe organ...
  • Savedoff pleads guilty in historic document case

    Savedoff pleads guilty in historic document case
    Less than four months after a Maryland Historical Society employee uncovered a cultural property heist called "truly breathtaking" by national archivists, one of the men charged in the scheme has pleaded guilty. Jason James Savedoff, 24, admitted...