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On a recent Saturday afternoon, a man addressed a crowd of about 50 at a brewery right outside Baltimore and said, "Let us pray." He raised his arm, looked over his flock and solemnly intoned: "Our lager which art in barrels, thy will be drunk, at the...
If life is a banquet, playwright and actor Al Letson doesn't let a crumb go to waste. "I do a lot of autobiographical work," said the author of "Crumbs," currently on the boards at Theatre Project. "I am concerned with the truth, if not the literal...
Maryland WeatherThe National Weather Service posted a Special Marine Warning at 3:09 this afternoon advising mariners to watch for a possible waterspout. If you're on the Chesapeake Bay, or on the nearby shores, and you spotted this thing, leave a comment......
Tags: Chesapeake Bay
A two-way radio bounces off Karl Kranz's corduroys and a red bandanna threatens to come out of his back pocket as he pulls back the covering from his train. He's showing off the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore's new toy, a bright-red replica of the 1863 C.P....
— In Cleveland, women's claims that a sex offender had assaulted them were ignored, until police found the bodies of 11 women at the man's home. In Milwaukee, a woman tried to report being raped but was told at three different police stations to...
Tags: Sex Crimes, Rape, Criminals, Assault, Maryland
The Washington PostThe man who killed his wife and three young children and then himself in a tiny Frederick County town last week was at least $460,000 in debt and owned a Florida house that was in foreclosure, according to property records and police officials. In one of...
Tags: Anxiety, Financial and Business Services, Children, Homes, Death
Sun National StaffThe two events each seem to hold new promise of unmasking old ghosts. In Chicago, the FBI exhumed the body of Emmett Till last month in a search for clues about the 14-year-old black youth's brutal 1955 beating death. In Mississippi, reputed Ku Klux Klan...
Sun reporterFour and a half years after a derailment and fire in the Howard Street Tunnel created havoc downtown, CSX Transportation Inc. has agreed to pay Baltimore $2 million to settle the city's lawsuit against the railroad company. Mayor Martin O'Malley and...
Suns StaffPaper workers on strike in Finland for more than a month have caused people there to fear for their stock of toilet paper. And while the ripples from their lack of rolls have not crossed the Atlantic, a prolonged labor dispute could affect the second-most...
Baltimore Sun reportersSomething awful happened inside the yellow house on Washington Street, as the creaky wooden porch made clear all weekend. It was wrapped with tarps while police worked inside Saturday, sifting through a crime scene more horrid than anything they could...
Maryland WeatherThat crash you heard this morning all over Baltimore was the sound of another record falling. This morning's low of 10 degrees just before dawn at BWI-Marshall Airport was the coldest official reading on a March 3 since record-keeping began in 1871.......
Sun StaffSix days. That's how long it took before city officials began the public fingerpoint- ing in the wake of last week's CSX train derailment and tunnel fire. And legal experts say it's likely to intensify as federal regulators, city engineers and private...
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