Because of an editing error in Sylvia Badger's colum yesterday, the wrong location was given for Washington College. The college is located in Chestertown.
The Sun regrets the errors.
Anthony Piccinini, owner of Leader Realty Co., found the perfect way to tell his wife of 52 years, Irene, how much he loves her.
On Valentine's Day, Irene received the information about her star and where to find it in the Ursa Major constellation.
When actor John Glover ("Gremlins II," "52 Pick-Up," "Scrooged," etc.) was in town visiting his family recently, he performed a labor of love. He spent two days at his alma mater, Towson State University, meeting with theater students.
Last year, Glover established a John Glover Scholarship for theater students at the school.
His next stop was Miami, where he and actress Patti D'Arbanville are starring in a new NBC television pilot "South Beach," which has a "Man From U.N.C.L.E."-type format. It's a two-hour film, followed by six episodes. No word yet on when it will be aired.
If you're a Comcast Cable subscriber and you missed the Discovery Channel's premiere of "Submarines: Sharks of Steel" last Sunday, don't despair.
The first two parts of the four-part show air at 9 tonight. The wonderful voice narrating the documentary belongs to Baltimorean Colgate Salsbury, who is married to longtime television personality, Rhea (Feiken) Salsbury.
Salsbury is also narrating the Learning Channel's series, "The Mongol Hordes: Storm from the East," which will air on United Cable in Baltimore March 8.
I don't know what your plans are for tonight, but I plan to enjoy Bingo, Bach and Beethoven" in the grand ballroom of Harbor Court Hotel.
Baltimore City Council President Mary Pat Clarke, WJZ-TV personalities Marty Bass and Don Scott, and I will be guest callers for this clever fund-raising idea for the Handel Choir of Baltimore.
For $35, you're treated to two bingo cards, 11 games, cocktails, German hors d'ouevres and a chance to win prizes. Extra cards are available for $1 each.
Greg Harris, chair of the event, says there are a few seats available, and if you are interested, call (410) 366-6544.
Michael H. Armacost, U.S. Ambassador to Japan; Nobel Prize winner Dr. Gertrude Elion; and Sen. Barbara Mikulski will receive honorary degrees during the George Washington's birthday convocation tomorrow at Washington College in Salisbury.
Instead of the customary keynote address, each recipient will give brief remarks before joining Washington College president Charles H. Trout in a forum.
A tea follows with members of the Board of Visitors and Governors and other guests.
Around town: Michael Styer, formerly senior vice president of broadcasting for Maryland Public Television, leaves today for Moscow, where he will conduct a weeklong seminar for Russian independent television managers. Styer and three other Americans were selected by a California-based company, Internews, whose aim is to promote international communication and understanding via television.