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  • A perfect dozen on stage

    A perfect dozen on stage

    Laughter to light Old Town’s winter nights appears to be on a roll at the Laurel Mill Playhouse in its current run of “12 Incompetent Jurors” — a parody of the 1950s drama “12 Angry Men” — written by American actor/playwright Ian McWethy. McWethy has 27 one-acts (15 have been performed across the...

  • Showcasing the many styles of dance

    Showcasing the many styles of dance

    Those looking for a quick introduction to what’s happening in the dance world could spend a bundle on a whirlwind excursion to Manhattan. Or they could drop by Howard Community College this Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 9 and 10, where faculty and students are mounting the 11th annual Howard County...

  • Baltimore County still pursuing arts & entertainment district designation for Catonsville, Arbutus, UMBC

    Baltimore County still pursuing arts & entertainment district designation for Catonsville, Arbutus, UMBC

    Almost a full year after first applying with the state to make Catonsville, Arbutus and the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, part of the first designated Arts & Entertainment District in Baltimore County, county officials and community groups are still working on the process. Baltimore...

  • Dr. G. Lee Russo, retired surgeon and jazz player, dies

    Dr. G. Lee Russo, retired surgeon and jazz player, dies

    Dr. G. Lee Russo, a retired neurosurgeon and shock trauma pioneer who played jazz piano at local restaurants, died of cancer Jan. 12 at his Glen Arm home. He was 85. Born Gerard Lee Russo in Baltimore and raised on Pelham Avenue, he was the son of Leo Carmelo Russo, president of the C.D. Kenny...

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