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  • Teaching a tragedy: Sept. 11 in schools

    Teaching a tragedy: Sept. 11 in schools
    "Remember to Change" and "Change to Remember" might sound like vague catchphrases, but they have a serious, specific purpose. Both are new initiatives implemented by Howard County schools this year to honor the victims of Sept. 11. As the 10th...
  • Restaurant review: Don't overlook the food at Bond Street Social

    Restaurant review: Don't overlook the food at Bond Street Social
    Bond Street Social is off to a good, swaggering start. The Fells Point newcomer wants to be destination not only for evening dining but for late-night carousing, too. If early indications are reliable, it will manage to have it all. In Baltimore, the bar...
  • Occupy Baltimore says Baltimore Police interrupted Celebration concert

    Occupy Baltimore says Baltimore Police interrupted Celebration concert
    Occupy Baltimore organizers blamed Baltimore Police for the cancellation of a concert Saturday by the band Celebration. They said police warned them any concerts at McKeldin Square would be shut down, and the concert was canceled preemptively. Baltimore...
  • CBS makes it official: Gayle King, Charlie Rose are network's new, best hope in mornings

    CBS makes it official: Gayle King, Charlie Rose are network's new, best hope in mornings
    CBS made it official Tuesday: Charlie Rose and Gayle King will be the latest in a long, long line of TV personalities tasked with lifting CBS out of last place in the mornings. Walter Cronkite and the puppet Charlemagne couldn't do it. Diane Sawyer...
  • Baltimore artists give homes the finishing touch

    Baltimore artists give homes the finishing touch
    Commonly known as faux finishes, decorative painting techniques have been used for thousands of years. The approach can give new life to old furniture or give the appearance of any number of finishes. Perfecting the technique gave artist Sam Robinson a...
  • Walters receives artwork, promise of $4 million bequest from New Mexico collector

    In one of the largest gifts ever received by Baltimore's Walters Art Museum, a New Mexico collector is donating some 300 pieces and promising a $4 million bequest to shine a spotlight on the art of the ancient Americas. "This is a huge development for...
  • Maryland's victims: The lost and the living

    Maryland's victims: The lost and the living
    Remembering Marylanders "Always Remember" reads the banner on the fire station door. After 10 years, the phrase still evokes an upswell of emotion. But why do we have to be reminded? How lasting will Sept. 11 be? Almost 70 people who called Maryland...
  • Baltimore's reconstructed railroad station opened 100 years ago this week

    Baltimore's reconstructed railroad station opened 100 years ago this week
    The doors of Baltimore's new Union Station, now Pennsylvania Station, swung open a century ago this week to welcome enthusiastic crowds of Baltimoreans, travelers and gawkers alike. Its completion was considered a great civic triumph after years of...
  • Shared spaces, shared shame

    Shared spaces, shared shame
    Green Square in Tripoli. Tahrir Square in Cairo. The new Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial on Washington's National Mall. We humans know, deep inside, that public places — squares and greens and plazas that are open to all — are more than just...
  • Congress briefed on 'credible but unconfirmed' 9/11 threat

    WASHINGTON — White House, intelligence and other officials briefed members of Congress Thursday about a "specific, credible but unconfirmed threat" to the U.S. homeland, a government official told CNN. The source said New York City and Washington...
  • Edgewood survivor of 9/11 attacks remembers the day 10 years later

    Ten years ago Amy Andrews narrowly escaped the heart of the 9/11 attacks with her life. Today the Edgewood woman lives to help others and believes the experience helped her to realize her destiny. Andrews was working at the front desk in the lobby of...
  • Port Deposit girl a 'ray of sunshine' 10 years ago on otherwise gloomy day

    Port Deposit girl a 'ray of sunshine' 10 years ago on otherwise gloomy day
    As our nation prepares to remember one of the more somber days in its history this weekend, a Port Deposit girl will celebrate a pretty significant milestone – her 10th birthday. Ten years ago Sunday, McKena Tucker was a ray of hope on an otherwise...