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  • On Twitter, we're remembering Pearl Harbor and recapping Scandal

    On Twitter, we're remembering Pearl Harbor and recapping Scandal
    Good morning it's December 7th and, yes, it's still a day that will live in infamy. Seventy-one years later, Pearl Harbor is attracting a fair amount of search traffic on the Internet. Things should pick up photo wise as remembrances get under way in...
  • History Matters: Jessup Volunteer Fire Department has a new utility truck

    100 Years Ago For the birds Ads in the Times: "Books on Poultry: Pigeons, Bee-Keeping, Farming-Gardening. The Eichelberger Book Co. 308 N. Charles St. Baltimore, Md. "Send us cow and horse hides: To be tanned and manufactured into coats, robes,...
  • Dr. Robert E. Mason, cardiologist

    Dr. Robert E. Mason, cardiologist
    Dr. Robert E. "Bob" Mason, a Baltimore internist and cardiologist who developed the standard stress test that has saved countless lives worldwide, died Wednesday of pneumonia at the Brightwood retirement community in Lutherville. He was 95. "He was...
  • Budget cuts and the next Pearl Harbor

    Recent reports suggest that the U.S. government was likely engaged in two very sophisticated cyber attacks: one that spied on Iran's nuclear program and another that slowed it by destroying centrifuges. These attacks encourage a twinge of national pride...
  • Your editor ...

    Baffling but true: Not all writers hold editors in high esteem. But the poor dears sometimes have difficulty expressing themselves clearly. To help them out, I have constructed some "your editor" insults, on the model of "yo mama" invective....
  • Weird Science: Hopkins physics lab celebrates 70 years

    Weird Science: Hopkins physics lab celebrates 70 years
    Some of the world's greatest innovations were conceived in the humblest of places, and that was certainly true of the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory. When it opened its doors in 1942, in a former used-car dealership in Silver Spring,...
  • Pearl Harbor weather history

     
    From the Sun's print editions:Baltimore Sun librarian Paul McCardell provides this guest post: As the nation pauses this week to remember the 70th anniversary of the Dec. 7, 1941, attack on Pearl Harbor, here is a glimpse into the weather......
  • Taneytown dedication of 9/11 memorial mixes reflection and community spirit

    Taneytown's ambitious salute to the victims and survivors of 9/11, held Sept. 11, on the 10 anniversary of the terror attacks, stretched from mid-afternoon until well after sunset with a program of speakers, musical presentations and community spirit....
  • 10th anniversary of Pearl Harbor was low-key

    The Sept. 11 observances that were the focus of much of the nation last weekend were in marked contrast to the somewhat understated 10th anniversary of the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor. Perhaps what presaged this change was TV's ascendancy and power,...
  • World War II veteran's experience is valuable history lesson as 9/11 anniversary approaches

    Warren Coligny, husband, father, Navy seaman and Pearl Harbor survivor, died Aug. 13 at an assisted-living facility in Bowie. His passing is notable not just because he belonged to the fragile and rapidly shrinking population of World War II veterans, who...
  • Charles Leo Coyle

    Charles Leo Coyle
    Charles Leo Coyle, a retired advertising executive for the Hecht Co. and the News American who was a World War II dive bomber, died of kidney disease Sept. 23 at the Hospice House of Williamsburg, Va. He was 88 and had lived in Towson for many years....
  • Political impact of 9/11 fades

    At a town hall meeting in Catonsville last week, Sen. Benjamin L. Cardin spent a half-hour answering questions, including whether Congress would cut Medicare, address immigration or impeach President Barack Obama. Despite the breadth of the discussion,...