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Here they are, the greatest generation, looking pretty ordinary: armed now with carts and canes, bragging about their grandchildren, complaining about their doctors and relishing their deserts. Every other Monday night I visit my father at the Annapolis...
In the 17 years since Katie Cleary and Sharon Dongarra locked eyes in the kitchen of an Arby's restaurant, they have shared a first, tentative kiss, traded letters across continents, set up a home, exchanged vows before family and friends, signed a host...
Tags: Family, Michael Jackson, Voting, New Year's Day, Brewers Hill
I don't know about you, but watching the movie "Lincoln" sent me to the bookshelf and Internet to learn more about political wrangling over the adopition of the 13th Amendment. The movie was a great political science lesson, but it was obvious that...
Two classics have been elected to the National Toy Hall of Fame, just in time for your post-Thanksgiving shopping. And while you might be able to find dominoes tiles tomorrow, you'd be hard-pressed to find action figures from "Star Wars" anywhere but on...
Tags: College Baseball, Apple iPhone, Toy Industry, eBay Inc., Toys
The Baltimore SunMozilla Firefox has challenged fundraisers to step it up over the holidays, offering $100,000 to the one who can bring in the most money through Jan. 10. Baltimore-born Edward Norton is running 5th, having raised -- as of early this week -- more than...
Tags: Holidays, Jonah Hill, Africa, Kristen Bell, Jordin Sparks
When snowflakes began falling Monday afternoon, the commotion near Mondawmin Mall slowed. Children pointed to the sky. Shoppers, their shoulders previously hunched against the cold, stood to take in the scene. Inside, shoppers buzzed through stores...
Tags: Hasbro Inc., Gaming, Toy Industry, Electronics, Wii
Josephine Grace "Joey" Gay, a 7-year-old child born in Columbia who died Dec. 14 in the Newtown, Conn., elementary school shooting, was recalled by her family for her "indomitable" spirit, love of the color purple and her generosity. In a statement...
On Friday, December 14, 2012, our beautiful daughter, Josephine Grace Gay, was killed in an unimaginable tragedy at her elementary school in Newtown, Connecticut. Joey, many of her friends, teachers, and school staff members were taken from our loving...
In one Baltimore County school next semester, students will swap notebooks for 1-inch touch screens, textbook passages for online articles, worksheets for apps, and writing utensils for a keyboard, launching the first "paperless classroom" in a county...
Tags: Teaching and Learning, Baltimore County, FBI, Students
Print media is slowly, but surely, becoming extinct. Every day more newspapers switch off their printing presses and go to online-only editions. No one is immune. Just over a year ago, I received the news I'd feared for a long while: The papers I'd...
The streets were quiet Thanksgiving evening. An empty bus rolled up North Charles Street, toward Towson, a town mostly rolled up for the holiday. But outside Target in the Towson Marketplace shopping center, a long line of was forming at 7 p.m. —...
The Harford County Council narrowly approved tax-increment financing for the James Run Corporate Campus project at Route 543 and I-95, with those supporting it calling it an important opportunity for the county. The legislation passed by a vote of 4 to...
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