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  • David M.F. Lambert, lawyer

    David M.F. Lambert Sr., a retired lawyer who had once been an FBI agent, died April 4 of a heart attack at his Crumpton home. He was 87. The son of an Episcopal minister and a homemaker, Mr. Lambert was born in Hartford, Conn., and raised in Cambridge...
  • Is 'helping out' a stranger assisting or enabling?

    Is 'helping out' a stranger assisting or enabling?
    After seeing a Saturday night movie, my wife and I had come out of The Charles and were headed for the parking lot. At the corner of Charles Street and Lanvale, coming directly at us, was a good-looking man of about 35. "Uh, oh," I thought. And sure...
  • Family, friends hold vigil for slain man

    Family, friends hold vigil for slain man
    Friends and family of Ellison McCall Jr., who was brutally beaten and set on fire after earlier intervening in a bar fight in Northeast Baltimore, held a vigil Sunday to celebrate his life and press for answers on the year anniversary of his death. "This...
  • University of Maryland's founding chancellor John Toll dies

    University of Maryland's founding chancellor John Toll dies
    John Sampson Toll, a gifted physicist and founding chancellor of the University System of Maryland, died Friday of heart failure at the Fox Hill assisted-living Facility in Bethesda. He was 87. Dr. Toll, an indefatigable worker who led three institutions...
  • Family, friends hold vigil for man killed in arson

    Family, friends hold vigil for man killed in arson
    Friends and family of Ellison McCall Jr., who was brutally beaten and set on fire after earlier intervening in a bar fight in Northeast Baltimore, held a vigil Sunday to celebrate his life and press for answers on the year anniversary of his death, The...
  • Park School graduate walks 400 miles to Yale

    Park School graduate walks 400 miles to Yale
    Any high school graduate who thinks that college is merely a next step should walk a mile in Gabe Acheson's shoes. When the Park School graduate arrived Thursday at Yale University, he'd walked nearly 400 miles, fulfilling a promise he'd made in his...
  • Baltimore's Rusty Scupper turns 30, celebrates

    Baltimore's Rusty Scupper turns 30, celebrates
    Good old Rusty Scupper. The Inner Harbor restaurant with the sweeping views opened way back in 1982. It has grown. Two major renovations have added private rooms and a 1,200-bottle wine cellar. In commemoration of its 30th anniversary, the Rusty Scupper...
  • Bottle tax not a 'good start' or end

    The Sun's recent editorial ("Bottle tax, or what?" April 22) calls a proposal to rehabilitate city schools with a regressive, job-threatening beverage tax a "good start." The Sun misses the broader economic implications the tax would have on residents...
  • Faidley's crab cake to compete on Travel Channel sandwich show

    Faidley's crab cake to compete on Travel Channel sandwich show
    Faidley's storied crab cake will compete for the title of best sandwich in America on a new Travel Channel show debuting on June 6. In eleven episodes, "Adam Richman's Best Sandwich in America" will introduce viewers to 30 iconic sandwiches in 27 cities....
  • It's happening: Geeks on a Train, a Baltimore idea, rolls out of DC May 24

    An idea that mushroomed out of the Baltimore Tech Facebook group back in November, led by local tech guru Mike Subelsky, is coming to fruition this month. That's right: Geeks On A Train. The idea of better connecting the Northeast tech/geek/entrepreneur/...
  • Baltimore County demands action at burned out mill near Patapsco River

    Baltimore County demands action at burned out mill near Patapsco River
    Baltimore County sent a letter on May 2 demanding that the owners of the Simkins Mill renovate or raze the burned out structure in western Catonsville by July 1. The letter from Donald Brand, a building engineer with the county, states that the owners of...
  • Joshua A. Barbati, teacher

    Joshua A. Barbati, teacher
    Joshua A. Barbati, a retired Baltimore County public school educator and longtime Loch Raven resident, died May 11 of melanoma at Levine & Dickson Hospice House in Huntersville, N.C. He was 79. The son of Italian immigrants, Mr. Barbati was born in...