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Loraine P. Bernstein, a musical trust's administrator who assisted young musicians in gaining an audience, died of a heart attack Tuesday at Good Samaritan Hospital. The Mount Washington resident was 82. Born Loraine Panek in Warehouse Point, Conn.,...
Tags: Artists, Timonium, Judaism, Opera (genre), Fine Arts
On a sunny Sunday morning, dozens of Boy Scouts began carefully anchoring candles in sand poured in paper bags and placed each luminaria on a military grave at an Essex cemetery. By dusk, more than 700 lights flickered softly in precisely spaced rows,...
When painting student Jennifer Tam studied a series of Marcel Duchamp prints of boldly colored, spinning discs, she became convinced that the enigmatic works had to be included in the big new show opening Sundayat the Baltimore Museum of Art. "Twelve...
President Woodrow Wilson first proclaimed Armistice Day on Nov. 11, 1919 to honor all World War I veterans. Over the years, the day expanded to honor veterans of all wars. President Dwight D. Eisenhower signed the holiday into law in 1954. Nov. 11 has...
The 11th hour is a term that's become part of the English language. Born of war, it has come to mean a deal struck at the last minute. Its origin is the dubious end of World War I, known before World War II as The Great War, a negotiated armistice that...
Maryland WeatherFROM TODAY'S PRINT EDITIONS:Memorial Day was first proclaimed in 1868 by Gen. John Logan, commander, Grand Army of the Republic, designating May 30 for decorating the graves of the Union’s dead. New York was the first to adopt the custom......
Tags: Memorial Day
Driving around looking for a place to park can cut into a lunch hour, and Mama's on the Half Shell, at 2901 O'Donnell St. in Canton, happens to be in a neighborhood where parking is at a premium. Our recent visit required a five-block hike, and we felt...
D. W. Griffith's overpowering 31/2 -hour epic, "Intolerance," gets the perfect showcase Saturday, 95 years after its premiere — a screening with live, original music during an event exploring, yes, intolerance. The Maryland Institute College of Art...
It has been 100 years since Baltimore's ladies of the gentry decided to call attention to their efforts to beautify the city by holding a Flower Mart at the base of the Washington Monument in Mount Vernon, selling crab cakes their cooks prepared and...
You quoted one of the participants in last week's National Day of Prayer event in Bel Air as saying that "this is like patriotism and spiritual work combined" ("Dozens gather in Bel Air to observe National Day of Prayer", May 6). The singing of the...
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Original site for World War I (1914-1918) topic gallery.