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  • Charles H. Latrobe III, highly decorated Navy fighter pilot

    Charles H. Latrobe III, highly decorated Navy fighter pilot
    Charles H. Latrobe III, a retired Koppers Co. executive who was a highly decorated World War II Navy night fighter pilot, died Feb. 16 of complications from pneumonia at Roland Park Place. He was 90. "He was a very private person who had the highest...
  • Hopkins team explains owls' head-turning abilities

    Hopkins team explains owls' head-turning abilities
    Owls can rotate their heads a dizzying 270 degrees, allowing them to see what's happening behind them while perched on a tree branch or barn beam. This evolutionary adaptation helps the birds keep their fixed-socket, binocular eyes trained on the...
  • BGE prepares for gas tower implosion

    BGE prepares for gas tower implosion
    For about eight decades, the 258-foot Melvale Gas Holder has towered above northern Baltimore. In seven seconds Sunday morning, the storage tank will be brought to the ground. BGE plans to implode the steel structure, which hasn't been used since 1997....
  • Memorial service at McDaniel recalls Case as passionate educator, adventurer

    Memorial service at McDaniel recalls Case as passionate educator, adventurer
    More than 500 people took time from their Labor Day weekend to fill Big Baker Chapel at McDaniel College on Sept. 1, paying respects at a memorial service for the late Dr. Sam Case. Case, 70, a longtime Westminster resident, died Aug. 22 at Carroll...
  • With a morning boom, BGE's landmark gas holder became a local memory

    With a morning boom, BGE's landmark gas holder became a local memory
    As the clock ticked down Sunday, the morning clouds disappeared, as if they were in on the months-long planning that went into the destruction of Baltimore Gas and Electric Co.'s final natural-gas holding silo. Then, as if someone were turning on...
  • Bowenwork balances the body

    Bowenwork balances the body
    You’ve probably heard of Swedish, hot stone and deep tissue massages, but at Mason & Friends Salon & Spa in Columbia, clients are receiving a different kind of massage therapy that claims to help the body repair itself. “Bowenwork helps the...
  • Dr. William Blake, UM School of Medicine professor

    Dr. William Blake, UM School of Medicine professor
    Dr. William Dewey Blake, a retired University of Maryland School of Medicine professor who was chairman of the department of physiology, died of cancer Sunday at his Bath, Maine, home. The former Bolton Hill resident was 94. Born in Summit, N.J., and...
  • Baltimore Grand Prix viewing will be both loud and luxurious

    Baltimore Grand Prix viewing will be both loud and luxurious
    Now that Baltimore's debut Grand Prix is just days away, the trash talk is revving up by the hour. And that's not counting the race car drivers. Nope, the motormouths trading good-natured insults are the fans who will watch the races up close and...
  • 'The Walking Dead' recap: Season finale, 'Beside The Dying Fire'

    'The Walking Dead' recap: Season finale, 'Beside The Dying Fire'
    Comic book fans rejoice! Sunday night's season finale of "The Walking Dead" on AMC was thrilling on its own, but those viewers who have read the source material — Robert Kirkman's comic book — might have needed an inhaler and an SPU (spare...
  • 'So You Think You Can Dance' recap, first live show

    'So You Think You Can Dance' recap, first live show
    Welcome to our first live show of the season. Cat is shiny in gold. I won't lie -- I look forward to seeing what she's wearing each week.  Since we're only getting one show a week this season, I was worried we wouldn't get the group numbers we used to...
  • Dr. Hiroshi Shimizu

    Dr. Hiroshi Shimizu
    Dr. Hiroshi Shimizu, an otolaryngologist and audiologist who had been director of the Johns Hopkins Hospital Hearing and Speech Center, died Sept. 15 of myeloproliferative disorder, a blood disease, at Stella Maris Hospice in Timonium. The longtime...
  • Elinor W. Bodian

    Elinor W. Bodian
    Elinor W. Bodian, who worked as a medical illustrator at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine for 40 years and was also an abstract painter, died Sept. 16 of heart disease at her Roland Park Place home. She was 90. The daughter of a...