Barry Finlay is a fiction and non-fiction author. In his previous life, he had an extensive career in financial management before retiring in 2004, after thirty two years with the Canadian federal government. Since retiring, he has divided his time between writing, working as a consultant on financial policy matters, travel, playing golf, climbing mountains, philanthropy and enjoying his three grandchildren. In 2009, Barry got off the couch and climbed Mount Kilimanjaro with his son, Chris. The experience of climbing Africa's highest mountain at age 60 with one of his sons, and discovering the satisfaction of reaching a goal and ...
This Sunday, Sept. 23, everyone is welcome to the Shaking Hands with History program, where the attendees will have the opportunity to be part of hands-on activities and enjoy the creative and interactive stations to explore and experience the life in Carroll County.
The Most Rev. Michael Bruce Curry, who led St. James in Baltimore from 1988 to 2000 before becoming the presiding bishop of the Episcopal Church, earned wide praise for the stirring sermon he delivered at Windsor Castle.
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.
Long before the American actress Meghan Markle began her romance with British royalty, there was the intriguing love affair turned marriage between Baltimore's very own Wallis Simpson and King Edward VIII.
Michael J. Romanelli, former chief of the Computation Branch at Aberdeen Proving Ground and a World War II veteran, died Thursday from cancer at Perry Point Veterans Administration Medical Center. He was 94.
In a few days the Republican Party will have control of the legislative and the executive branches of government, and not long after that will have a conservative majority on the Supreme Court. But the party will be severely handicapped by their own myths, two in particular.
Nancy H. Johnston, a homemaker and volunteer who enjoyed summering on the Long Island Sound, died Nov. 28 from complications of multiple myeloma at the Blakehurst Retirement Community in Towson. She was 85.
The wedding of Gov. Larry Hogan's stepdaughter this weekend might be one of the largest parties thrown at the historic governor's mansion in decades, but Maryland's governors have hosted high-profile and extravagant affairs for centuries.