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  • Transamerica workers begin move to downtown skyscraper

    Transamerica workers begin move to downtown skyscraper
    Transamerica Tower in downtown Baltimore now has Transamerica employees working in it — with more to come. After months of preparation by the insurance and financial services company, 340 workers arrived Monday for their first day at 100 Light St....
  • Central Branch to host Teaching Artful Thinking: Aug. 25

    Central Library 10375 Little Patuxent Pkwy., Columbia. 410-313-7800. •All Together Now. Saturdays, 10:15 and 11:30 a.m. All ages; 30 minutes. •Eclectic Evenings. Second Tuesdays, 7 p.m. •English Conversation Club. Mondays, 10 a.m., and...
  • Howard County senior notes

    Activity Pals For single seniors. Get together with others to attend events, shop, go sightseeing, dine out and more. 301-596-6385. The Bain Center 5470 Ruth Keeton Way, Columbia. 410-313-7213. •Another Way to See It Laughter Club. Mondays, 9 a....
  • Irene's greatest aggravation: power outages

    Irene's greatest aggravation: power outages
    It was bad enough that Hurricane Irene stole Lisa Dillin's electricity. But when the Wyman Park resident learned that just up the street, the lights were on and the ceiling fans whirring, she unleashed a sentiment familiar to the power-deprived across...
  • Catonsville Senior Center welcomes guests for a day of friendly competition

    Catonsville Senior Center welcomes guests for a day of friendly competition
    An event believed to be the first of its kind for the Catonsville Senior Center proved to be a winner Friday. More than 75 participants from the Arbutus, Catonsville, Lansdowne-Baltimore Highlands, Liberty, Pikesville and Woodlawn senior centers took...
  • Think you're sharp-enough for mental acrobatics?

    Quick, how many members make up the congressional debt-reduction committee? Why did (fill in the blank) flame-out in his run for president? Where was the epicenter of the Great Earthquake of '11, which cracked nerves and the Washington Monument? As the...
  • Signs you're being misled

    Last week at Ragan's PR Daily, Steve Vittorioso published a little article, "20 (more) signs you're a word nerd," which neatly encapsulates the combination of sound counsel, ineffective generality, and downright error that marks much of the current...
  • Police reporter: Right man, wrong look

    Police reporter: Right man, wrong look
    His great sin is that he never looked the part: The ruddy complexion and the insubordinate hair and that godawful mustache that should never have belonged to anyone with more solemnity and poise than an East Baltimore Street pimp, drunk and luckless,...
  • Cockeysville: Paralympic club aided by BP donation

    As the Olympic fever spread throughout the state and nation, the Baltimore Paralympic Sport Club Mid-Atlantic, located in Cockeysville, recently received a $15,000 grant donation from BP and its Baltimore marketer, Carroll Independent Fuels. The London...
  • Making poetry out of a sow's ear

     
    Scrapple, the ultimate mystery meat, turns out to be quite the poetic muse. The first annual Dining@Large Scrapple Poetry Contest drew so many hifalutin entries that I brought in a man of letters as judge: John McIntyre.John is returning to......
  • An education in politics

    An education  in politics
    On the first day of kindergarten at Grace and St. Peter's School, a quiet girl was sitting alone, a new student in a room of boisterous children. • Stephanie Rawlings marched up, introduced herself and took charge: "You're going to play with us...
  • Flood victims left to gather the remnants

    Two days after she and her young sons left their eastern Baltimore County house in a boat, Lakeesha King still didn't think it was safe to go back yesterday. So she kept her family -- 4-year-old Antonio, 10-year-old Marcus, her sister and her grandfather...