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As Henry Mouzon Sr. conjures memories of his tenure aboard the aircraft carrier USS Intrepid during World War II, he serves notice that, at age 87, his mind is still as sturdy as the 41,000-ton ship that carried him to the shores of East Asia and...
The Columbia Association unveiled a concept plan Friday for Symphony Woods Park that includes the construction of a headquarters, the relocation of Toby’s Dinner Theatre and the creation of an “arts village.” Known as the Inner Arbor...
Tags: Central Park, Culture, Arts, Ken Ulman, Cloud Gate
Regarding the seven-point plan to reduce gun violence proposed by New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and others ("Scholars drafting new gun policy," Jan. 15), this is an issue in which I have vested interest. Aggravated by such events as the Sandy...
Tags: Firearms, Martin O'Malley, Murder, Shootings, Interior Policy
Maybe it was too nice out to protest. Or maybe no one cared what a few hundred conservatives were talking about in this one-party state. But only about 10 people convened Saturday with signs outside the DoubleTree Hotel in Annapolis to oppose Pamela...
What does Mother Nature have in store for us? Are we going to have some real winter weather ahead? The end of 2012 held three snow falls for us. In fact, we had three snows in less than a week, but accumulations was thin around Harford County. The...
Deep Creek Lake Deep Creek Dunk Missed the Polar Bear Plunge in January? Here is your second chance to freeze for the Special Olympics. The 15th Annual Maryland State Police Deep Creek Dunk will be held Feb. 23. After dunking into the frigid water,...
Kellie Cook of New York City pushed her 80-year-old mother, Yvette Cook, in a wheelchair down 18th Street, as her two sons playfully lagged behind them. This black family came to the nation's capital to watch President Barack Obama's swearing-in...
Oh, "American Idol" Season 12. Where else would the show premiere but in "The City That Never Sleeps," and New York offered up its biggest and brightest budding stars. Enter the judges: Randy Jackson, country heartthrob Keith Urban and the two "ladies"...
Anne G. Karlsen, a registered nurse who had worked for the Baltimore County Health Department, died Jan. 25 of heart failure at Gilchrist Hospice Care. She was 86. Anne Bradford Grafflin was born in Baltimore and spent her early years on Wilson Street in...
If the Super Bowl is over, can spring and the gardening season be far away? Well, yes. If holidays are the markers on the highway to warm weather, we still have to get through Valentine's Day, St. Patrick's Day and this year's early Easter. Not to...
Tags: Gardening, Holidays, Hobbies, Agriculture, Tomatoes
Track and field athletes from Aberdeen delivered outstanding performances on both ends of a nor'easter named Nemo over the past week. Amanda Deller won two America East Conference titles in Boston just as the city cleared two feet of snow and reopened...
A winter storm left piles of snow and Super Bowl MVP Joe Flacco stopped by Tommy Hilfiger's show, but the most dramatic thing about New York City this past week were Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week's first looks at fall 2013. Inside the walls of Lincoln...
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