It seems likely that when Meghan Markle walks down the aisle on Saturday and says, “I do,” this divorced bride will be greeted a lot more warmly by her crown-wearing in-laws than the “other” Yankee who became a member of England’s ruling family, Baltimore’s own Wallis Warfield Simpson.
Philip Baty is selling his collection of Wallis Simpson memorabilia. The online auction of the Duchess of Windsor Museum will begin May 9 through May 19, the date of the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. The items will be sold in one lot.
A celebrated Baltimore maritime episode occurred 100 years ago this month when the U-Deutschland, a German commercial submarine, spent a couple of weeks at South Baltimore's Locust Point at the height of World War I.
The failure in this country to undertake a serious, no-stone-unturned report on the run-up to the Iraq War, such as Britain has done in its recently released Chilcot Report, exposes an enduring weakness in our system of government and a truly damaging national trait.
Indeed, the relationship between age and voting to leave or not to leave the EU is informative. The young saw being part of the EU as an expanded opportunity to live and work anywhere in Europe giving them greater educational, employment and social opportunities. A majority of the older folks wanted to bring back a Great Britain that no longer exists and never will again. While they are looking backward, their children and grandchildren are looking forward.
McCormick & Co. Inc. would consider boosting its rejected $700 million takeover bid for English food company Premier Foods plc if it can review the company's pension obligations, the Sparks-based spice and flavorings company said Thursday.
Elephants and Baltimore is not a combination that comes naturally to mind. Elephants for Africa wants to change that. The United Kingdom-based charity has launched an awareness campaign and a Towson artist is playing a key part.
British Invasion will blend the English culture with the Columbia community from Oct. 2 to 4, featuring tea times, musical performances, and staged readings. According to Executive Director Todd Olsen, of the Columbia Festival of the Arts, the upcoming festival will be the first of four this fall as the organization begins introducing four festivals each season.