No stereotypes in this 'Choir'
Alice K. Willard, 97, active in civic, charitable groups
Joke's On Them
Covering the bases
Secret's out: NSA is listening to America
The long, unhappy pageant of Mary Leona Gage
Revising movie history Film: 'Amistad' breaks with Hollywood stereotypes in its account of what happened to a boatload of Africans bound for slavery.
An outsider's slice of America Book: A Briton writes about anger in the United States. To him, America is a ham and cheese sandwich.
O'Brien not getting thumbs up from critics for going Hollywood
The Delano adds wit to luxury Shelter: Decorated by Philippe Starck and owned by Ian Schrager, the hotel in South Beach stands apart as a statement in style.
Call us 'Hollywood-on-the-Patapsco'
IT'S TIME TO EXPLORE SCIENCE'S FUN CENTER; SPECTACLE: WHEN THE COLUMBUS CENTER'S HALL OF EXPLORATION OPENS SATURDAY IN DOWNTOWN BALTIMORE, IT WILL SHOWCASE LARGER-THAN-LIFE EXHIBITS.
A little competition for video rental giant Rival: Hollywood Video enters Baltimore market on its way up the East Coast.
Scanner owners pick up an earful Eavesdropper: Carroll County resident Ron Bruckman's scanner has let him monitor what famous, and not so famous, people talk about. And it's legal.
Agree or disagree, Valenti rates Television: The new TV ratings system crafted by the longtime Hollywood figure is a near-perfect piece of Washington brokering, but critics say it serves the networks more than parents.
Darling of the Divorced Author: Olivia 'The First Wives Club' Goldsmith says it's not revenge she writes about, but how difficult it is to be a woman right now. Whatever it is, women get it, and have made the book a best seller and the movie a huge hit.
$1.3 million awarded in movie suit Teacher contends 'Air Up There' plot was his story idea; 'They liked it used it'; Hollywood producers, companies will fight, defense lawyer says
Puzo's 'Last Don': greed, death, sex!
Going for the big laugh' Making fun of obese may be 'last safe prejudice'
Teen photographer earned a D in class, an A+ from the pros Reisterstown youth sold works to Hollywood star, will shoot shoes in Europe
Of the Jewish persuasion: a Southern Baptist primer
CUT FROM THE SAME CLOTH Theater: 'The Shawl' opens after long labor by New York writer, Baltimore producer and Hollywood director.
Rouse is betting on Las Vegas Purchase: Rouse Co. is spending $520 million to buy the holdings of Howard Hughes Corp., including a residential community, office buildings and a shopping mall in Sin City.
SCOTS WHA hae wi' Wallace bled. ....
MR. STYER GOES TO HOLLYWOOD Can a mild-mannered state bureaucrat lure an Eastwood thriller to Maryland?
Joppatowne High School grad is finding roles in Hollywood
Playing for great singers is a major musical career
Celebrity items at Piney Ridge benefit auction
Early post, weather hurt Breeders' handle
Relief At Last Intro: For Bobby Ojeda, life nearly ended on a Florida lake in 1993. It began again at Sheppard Pratt. Today, he plans a reunion.
Roe and the World's Oldest Profession
Pediatricians blast violence in the media
Rats' Feet on Broken Glass
Hollywood ending sought for captive killer whale
'Deelites' credentials deceiving
Here's where Hollywood is going: on-line
NAACP board may decide fate of costly Image Awards at meeting this week
Racing has to bend to survive
A Raft of Writs Crushes the NAACP
'Ready to Wear' PR machine is ready to crank
Kids, violence and TV
A daughter's long search has yet to yield all the answers A MOTHER'S SECRETS
Another Nail in the NAACP's Coffin
'Symph' could cause sparks to fly
Prospector's Fuel wins again, stays in hunt for Md.-bred title
Fox's coverage is better, but still mild and wacky
Rodenberg gave city big-league status
State governments are betting on gambling revenue
Houston's Tour 18 is a greatest hits of U.S. golf courses