Sun Trends: Entertainment

  • 19th-century Hackerman House reveals its secrets during Walters renovation

    19th-century Hackerman House reveals its secrets during Walters renovation

    Bit by bit and room by room, the grand old house is beginning to reveal its secrets. As Walters Art Museum staff members were preparing the Hackerman House for renovation, they began discovering tantalizing clues about the 166-year-old Greek Revival mansion and the people who once lived inside...

  • With Clavel, Lane Harlan continues to help shape Remington her own way

    With Clavel, Lane Harlan continues to help shape Remington her own way

    On a warm Wednesday evening earlier this month, Clavel — a new Mexican-inspired restaurant in Remington — celebrated its arrival with an invite-only party for friends, family, neighbors and restaurant-industry types. Elbow-rubbing events like this are usually leisurely soirees. But on this night,...

  • A tradition with roots

    A tradition with roots

    Meatloaf — tree-shaped, no less — might seem like a strange choice for a foodie's Christmas dinner, but this recipe is all about ritual

  • Wanda Sykes finds humor in the struggle

    Wanda Sykes finds humor in the struggle

    You'd think these would be bountiful times for comedians, especially given all the colorful characters looking to be elected president. Just start riffing on Donald Trump or Bernie Sanders or Hillary Clinton, and it seems the material would practically write itself. Well, sorta, says Wanda Sykes,...

  • Trump's war on press no match for Obama's

    Trump's war on press no match for Obama's

    I've been debating this column in my head for weeks, because with some folks it seems as if there is only one allowable position when it comes to President Donald Trump: He's the most dangerous president ever, and nothing good can come of his tenure. If you want to go that route, go ahead. I am...

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