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  • Day trips: Count on candlelight, cannoli and even cardinals

    Day trips: Count on candlelight, cannoli and even cardinals
    New York City Christmas Lights & Cannoli Tour Who needs the lines at Rockefeller Center when you can take a tour of the lit-up homes of Dyker Heights in the Italian-American section of Brooklyn? Crowds gather in the quaint neighborhood to view...
  • Stop and frisk: The Fourth Amendment takes a hit

    Stop and frisk: The Fourth Amendment takes a hit
    "The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated..." — Fourth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States Just in case you forgot. There...
  • White House to honor developer of teacher housing

    Thibault Manekin, who helped redevelop two old mills in north Baltimore as affordable housing for teachers, will be honored at the White House on Thursday as a Champion of Change. The Champions of Change campaign is part of the administration's Make It...
  • Men Making a Difference: Stacy Spann

    Men Making a Difference: Stacy Spann
    When the second plane slammed into the south tower of the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001, Stacy Spann had a bird’s-eye view of the firestorm from his employer’s office a mere block away. Anxious that the skyscraper where his wife was...
  • Men Making a Difference: Dana Sohr

    Men Making a Difference: Dana Sohr
    Fatherhood had kept Dana Sohr from service work. It also brought him back to it. Sohr’s youngest son had come home from his first religious education class at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Columbia in September 2006 and told his...
  • Congregation to discuss how Jews stay jolly at Christmas time

    Congregation to discuss how Jews stay jolly at Christmas time
    When Rabbi Susan Grossman's son was much younger, he noticed that a movie theater had put up a large Christmas tree and a comparably little menorah. "He turned to me and said, 'How come the tree is so big, and how come the menorah is so small?' "...
  • R. George Hopkins, funeral director

    R. George Hopkins, funeral director
    R. George Hopkins, a retired Anne Arundel County funeral director who filled his lawn each year at Christmas with handmade decorations he created and his basement with admirers of his model railroad empire, died Dec. 6 of cancer at Baltimore Washington...
  • Daytrip Nov. 11: Birds, flower buds and the big top

    Daytrip Nov. 11: Birds, flower buds and the big top
    Washington fallFRINGE If you're into experimental performance and supporting a good cause, check out fallFRINGE, sponsored by Capital Fringe, a nonprofit whose mission is to promote the arts in D.C. fallFRINGE gathers the best performers from past...
  • Long-time CBS broadcaster Andy Rooney dead at 92

    Long-time CBS broadcaster Andy Rooney dead at 92
    Andy Rooney, whose CBS career spans the entire post-war history of network news, died Friday as a result of complications following minor surgery, the network announced. A mainstay of Sunday night viewing for millions of Americans, the 92-year-old Rooney...
  • 'Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3': 4-star review

    'Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3': 4-star review
    Bottom Line: Once again, this shooter series shows why it’s the one everyone plays. And copies. Developer: Infinity Ward (“Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2”), Sledgehammer Games, Raven Software (“Singularity”), Treyarch (&...
  • Nov. 9: 10 places to be seen

    Charm City isn't known for fashion-magazine looks. The mix of grit and hipster style has never fostered snooty dress codes. But if you want to see and be seen, we've scouted out Baltimore neighborhoods -- bars, restaurants, gyms, the farmers market and...
  • Thomas Schreiber, conductor

    Thomas Schreiber, conductor
    Thomas Schreiber, a career railroader who had worked in freight and passenger service, died Monday of pneumonia at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The longtime Sparks resident was 67. Mr. Schreiber, a third-generation railroader whose father and...