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  • Botanical beauties [Pictures]

    Botanical beauties [Pictures]

    This season's floral trend gives wearers a variety of options. No longer has the pattern been relegated to cutesy Easter dresses or matronly muumuus. Collections this spring are bursting with everything from flirty fit and flares to sassy shifts in bold colors or soft pastels. Whether it be everyday wear or formal evening attire, the floral trend can be worn in a variety of ways.
    Photographed by Lloyd Fox, The Baltimore Sun, at Howard P. Rawlings Conservatory in Baltimore
    Models: Melissa Purvis and Briana Mumford, T.H.E Artist Agency. Styling by John-John Williams IV, The Baltimore Sun. Hair by Brian Oliver, T.H.E. Artist Agency. Makeup by Lexi Martinez, LM Artistry.
    Featured in The Sun's Scene section, a lively celebration of Baltimore society and lifestyles.

  • Celebrities at Paris Fashion Week

    Celebrities at Paris Fashion Week

    Paris Fashion Week ended Wednesday, after a whirlwind of shows chronicled by Times fashion critic Booth Moore, with reports on Balenciaga, Chanel, Louis Vuitton and more. But celebrity sightings seem to capture the fancy of photographers as well. Academy Award winners Lupita Nyong'o and Jared Leto appeared at Miu Miu along with Elle Fanning, Elizabeth Olsen, Bella Heathcote and Rihanna -- who was all over the place during the week. Kanye West popped up at Balenciaga, where supermodel Gisele Bundchen made a rare appearance on the runway. Thom Yorke of Radiohead seemed to be the guest of honor at Dries van Noten, and Catherine Deneuve was photographed at Etam, among other places. Celebrity sightings at H&M pulled in Solange Knowles, Jessica Alba and Miranda Kerr.

  • Pictures: Louis Vuitton show at Paris Fashion Week

    Pictures: Louis Vuitton show at Paris Fashion Week

    At the Louis Vuitton luxury fashion house, the forever popular handbag may have competition. The often overshadowed clothing line now integrates leather into the design as seen in the debut collection of Nicolas Ghesquiere. . Previous creative director Marc Jacobs has left to concentrate on his own brand in New York.



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  • Security vs. privacy

    Security vs. privacy
    The latest open debate over security and privacy is a welcome pivot from the irksome father-knows-best attitude that has prevailed too long regarding the government's contention of superior judgment in the realm of national security. As with most...
  • 'The Newsroom' recap: 'Election Night Part 1'

    'The Newsroom' recap: 'Election Night Part 1'
    "Our elections are the envy of the world. It's critically important that we not make any mistakes tonight. We all know why." --Charlie Skinner "The Newsroom" returned from its Labor Day hiatus with the penultimate episode of Season Two, "Election Night...
  • Mad scientists and mutants unwrap 'Gift of Forgotten Tongues' [Theater review]

    Mad scientists and mutants unwrap 'Gift of Forgotten Tongues' [Theater review]
    If you like sci-fi mixed in with surreal choreography and a complicated father-daughter relationship, you're going to love "Gift of Forgotten Tongues," on stage at Venus Theatre on C Street through Sept. 28. Written by New York-based playwright Fengar...
  • You're doing it wrong

    Having tried to sort out the categories of what people think of as rules of English usage, I thought I might make a start on the categories of what people call errors. Make no mistake: there are errors of usage. You may encounter people who say that a...
  • 'Homeland' returns steeped in D.C. dystopia

    'Homeland' returns steeped in D.C. dystopia
    It is hard to imagine any city in the nation being more reviled by Americans these days than Washington. The standoff last week among the White House, Senate and House of Representatives as the clock wound down on the country’s ability to pay its...
  • 'Homeland' Season 3 premiere recap, 'Tin Man is Down'

    'Homeland' Season 3 premiere recap, 'Tin Man is Down'
    Welcome back, Homelanders — let’s get caught up. First of all, our heroes Carrie and Saul (using aliases “Claire Danes” and “Mandy Patinkin,” respectively) have been flattered by some awfully breathless press coverage...
  • Scenes from a Restore the 4th rally against surveillance

    Scenes from a Restore the 4th rally against surveillance
    WASHINGTON — The crowd’s signs range from the earnest — “Privacy IS security” to the humorous — “Sorry about all the porn, it was research.” The crowd is equally diverse, with everyone from members of the...
  • Obama needs to take charge on NSA spying scandal

    Obama needs to take charge on NSA spying scandal
    There is a way out for President Barack Obama as he attempts to cope with Edward Snowden's disclosures about the National Security Agency's overreaching eavesdropping, the turbulent world reaction, and the lack of truthfulness shown by National...
  • Former Baltimore resident named No. 2 at CIA

    Former Baltimore resident named No. 2 at CIA
    A former Baltimore resident and Fells Point business owner, Avril D. Haines, has been named deputy director of the CIA -- the first woman to hold the second-highest position at the agency. Haines, 43, previously worked as a White House deputy...
  • From Baltimore book seller to CIA

    From Baltimore book seller to CIA
    The life of an independent bookstore owner is perilous these days. Having to fend off deadly competition from giant Barnes & Noble, online merchants such as Amazon, and big box stores including Target and Walmart. Still, even with that cut-throat...
  • Ex-CIA worker from Maryland revealed as source of NSA leaks

    Ex-CIA worker from Maryland revealed as source of NSA leaks
    A British newspaper has identified a 29-year-old former Marylander as the source of the top secret documents that revealed details of two National Security Agency surveillance programs and revived debate of the agency's reach into the private lives of...
  • Edward Snowden reveals his reasoning, another GoT batch ends, and 3D printing goes mainstream

    Edward Snowden reveals his reasoning, another GoT batch ends, and 3D printing goes mainstream
    American citizens from both ends of the political spectrum are rallying behind a former Marylander who has come forward as the NSA whistleblower. Also, if you're bored by that whole "active citizenship" thing, you can watch Game of Thrones and then...