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  • At nearly 85 years old, Millersville bowler hasn't slowed his roll

    At nearly 85 years old, Millersville bowler hasn't slowed his roll
    Steve Evan's trailer home in Millersville is a living, breathing tribute to an interesting life that on Monday will be 85 years and counting. Only a small part of it speaks to a bowling career that began when Evan was in his early 40s and trying his...
  • WWE Raw recap: Chris Jericho's feud with CM Punk getting too personal

    WWE Raw recap: Chris Jericho's feud with CM Punk getting too personal
    Personal demons have long been exploited for the sake of advancing a professional wrestling storyline. As a matter of fact, current WWE Champion CM Punk is no stranger to it, as he himself brought Jeff Hardy's history with drugs and addiction into...
  • Orioles lefty Wada confident elbow issues are behind him

    Orioles lefty Wada confident elbow issues are behind him
    Orioles left-hander Tsuyoshi Wada came out of this second live game spring start confident that the elbow problems that have hindered his bid for a starting rotation spot have subsided. Wada threw 47 pitches in three extended innings (10 outs) in a...
  • The Interview: Catherine Mahan

    The Interview: Catherine Mahan
    Catherine Mahan founded a landscape architecture firm in 1983 on the first floor of a Mount Vernon rowhouse. She had four employees and scraped by at first doing jobs for local architects and designing backyards for homeowners. When she retired from...
  • From Scores to a mechanical bull, sailors delight in Baltimore's charms

    From Scores to a mechanical bull, sailors delight in Baltimore's charms
    It didn't take Canadian seaman Richard Thompson long to get quite a bit of Baltimore under his shiny gold belt. Tapas at Harborplace. Shopping for sunglasses. And a beery romp with some American sailors at Power Plant Live that left him with a different...
  • Kevin Costner forges new frontiers with Modern West

    Kevin Costner forges new frontiers with Modern West
    Kevin Costner, a superstar for two dozen years, hasn't had a big film hit in years. But overseas and out of camera sight, he's been renewing connections with international fans — as a singer. Releasing CDs in Europe while performing on three...
  • Protesters, police prep for G-8 summit at Camp David

    Protesters, police prep for G-8 summit at Camp David
    In the little town of Thurmont (population not quite 6,200), the recession has taken a heavy toll on Main Street, but things are picking up as residents prepare for next month's G8 Summit at nearby Camp David. The Cozy Country Inn has been busy booking...
  • Bringing Japan to Harford County the Ripken Way

    Bringing Japan to Harford County the Ripken Way
    Sixteen Japanese youngsters left the Ripken Youth Baseball Academy in Aberdeen Wednesday laden with gifts from their host, Baseball Hall of Famer Cal Ripken Jr. As a U.S. State Department Public Diplomacy Envoy since 2007, Ripken has traveled to China...
  • USS Sanctuary leaves harbor to be recycled

    The former Navy hospital ship USS Sanctuary, which served in the aftermath of World War II and in Vietnam, has been sold and is now under tow from Baltimore to Brownsville, Texas, for recycling. The move marks the end of a 22-year residence in...
  • Shaken, but un-stirred

    As of the end of  the week, we've been looking down the barrel of a powerful named storm, the kind that cause flooding, power outages and general mayhem in these parts. No one can predict what the storm named Irene has in store for Harford County. It may...
  • For Pitcairn's family, a journey from happiness to grief

    For Pitcairn's family, a journey from happiness to grief
    Gwen Pitcairn drove slowly through the cemetery in Tequesta, the small Florida village where she raised her three children. She stopped in front of her son Stephen's grave. More than a year after his death, it still was marked by a makeshift memorial,...
  • Neighbors connecting in disasters

    Have you ever noticed how people just seem to know your business around here? Maybe it's bred into the culture, part of our rowhouse roots or that whole smallest-big-city thing, but no man is an island in Baltimore. I remember grilling lamb chops in...