In Alaska, there is no end to the adventure and excitement, from railroads to history, museums, art and cultural events, the heritage of the indigenous people, wildlife, mountains, ice, snow, and sea. All presented with an unpretentious sophistication.
This week 42 years ago, 600,000 people attend the Summer Jam at Watkins Glen in New York (Grateful Dead, the Allman Brothers Band and the Band perform), Skylab 3 launches, "Enter the Dragon," Bruce Lee's final film, tops the box office and the following songs are the most popular in the U.S., according to Billboard's Hot 100 chart archive.
Catonsville, known unofficially as Music City, will live up to its name this weekend. Both the annual Frederick Road Fridays series and Lurman Woodland Theater's summer concert series will fill the weekend with music.
Yes, the summer concert season will start next Tuesday evening, June 18, 2013, from 7 to 8 p.m., at Festival Park on Howard Street in Aberdeen. Refreshments will be available for purchase, so what better way to spend a refreshing evening!
A co-founder of the Dead Man Incorporated prison gang pleaded guilty Wednesday to his role in the group's murder-for-hire and drug-dealing conspiracy — ensuring the former Baltimorean serves a life sentence even as he promised followers in missives from behind bars that he would continue to defy the government.
For years, St. Paul's Cemetery in a remote corner of Druid Hill Park was nothing more than a nearly forgotten overgrown city of the dead. Today, it's brimming with new life as volunteers and members of Martini Lutheran Church work to bring it back to its Victorian elegance.
By By Frederick N. Rasmussen and The Baltimore Sun