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  • Norman Lear: Occupy movement revives tradition of protest

    Norman Lear: Occupy movement revives tradition of protest
    I was recently shown a picture from one of the Occupy protests taking place across the country. It featured a young woman surrounded by police. She was the only protester in the picture, but she didn't seem intimidated. All by herself, up against the...
  • 2011, the year of winning by losing

    2011, the year of winning by losing
    Charlie Sheen was clearly the man of the year. You'll recall that 2011 began with the oafish actor celebrating his own narcotic and sexual crapulence like a victorious gladiator working the crowds. He was egged on by a media with as much decency as the...
  • Concert news: Creed, Third Eye Blind, The Ting Tings, Rasputina, Secret Mountains, Cults

    Concert news: Creed, Third Eye Blind, The Ting Tings, Rasputina, Secret Mountains, Cults
    Is 2012 the year 90s post-grunge bands come back? Seems like so, judging from a couple of recent concert announcements. SHUDDER. Creed will be performing at the Warner Theater in Washington April 24, it was announced Tuesday. The band will be...
  • Baltimore officials kept close eye on Occupy

    Baltimore officials kept close eye on Occupy
    Brian C. Rogers, chairman of the Baltimore-based money management giant T. Rowe Price, works in the corporate office high-rise towering over an Inner Harbor park. And for weeks, the company overlooked a group of protesters beating drums, pitching tents...
  • George and Mitt Romney: Like father, unlike son

    George and Mitt Romney: Like father, unlike son
    In an effort to drum up interest in his presidential bid for the 1968 elections, Michigan's governor, George Romney — Mitt Romney's father — went into the belly of the beast. During the summer of 1967, the elder Romney gave a stump speech in...
  • The GOP's latest target: Capitalism

    The GOP's latest target: Capitalism
    The biggest story of the New Hampshire primary is unlikely to be the identity of the winner — polls suggest Mitt Romney has matters well in hand. The real surprise is what the candidates attacked. Surely no contemporary group of Republican...
  • NBC sportscaster Bob Costas scores with Jerry Sandusky exclusive

    NBC sportscaster Bob Costas scores with Jerry Sandusky exclusive
    For all the big journalists associated with Brian Williams' "Rock Center," it was sportscaster Bob Costas who put this self-important, over-promoted newsmagazine on the map Monday with his exclusive interview of former Penn State football coach Jerry...
  • Romney's trump card: 'electability'

    Romney's trump card: 'electability'
    New Hampshire Republicans are practical people. As I traveled around the state this past week, voters who said they supported Mitt Romney in Tuesday's presidential primary consistently offered two reasons for their choice. One was Mr. Romney's resume:...
  • Americans today are distracted, uninformed and disengaged

    Your editorial laments the poor voter turn-out in last week's general election and suggests local elections should be rescheduled to coincide with state and national elections ("A waste of time, money," Nov. 13). But the real problem is the more general...
  • Occupy Baltimore says Baltimore Police interrupted Celebration concert

    Occupy Baltimore says Baltimore Police interrupted Celebration concert
    Occupy Baltimore organizers blamed Baltimore Police for the cancellation of a concert Saturday by the band Celebration. They said police warned them any concerts at McKeldin Square would be shut down, and the concert was canceled preemptively. Baltimore...
  • Re-energizing young voters

    Re-energizing young voters
    DeJanee Fennell hears the excuses. Young people are apathetic. Young people are sick of politics. Young people have given up. But Fennell doesn't buy that. The 20-year-old junior at Morgan State University knows President Barack Obama needs the youth...
  • Small Carroll County town wants a recall option

    Small Carroll County town wants a recall option
    In the quaint town of New Windsor, officials have sold the municipal ball fields to a cement company, purchased a dilapidated inn with taxpayer money for development that hasn't happened and stuck residents with the bill for a nearly $5 million wastewater...