What has five sides and one new name? Baltimore's World Trade Center gets rebranded
The I.M. Pei-designed World Trade Center on Baltimore's Inner Harbor is getting rebranded to reflect millions in upgrades.
'Hooray for seniors and centenarians'
There were 86,248 centenarians living in the United States in July 2017. Happily, for me and my friends, research on aging well is happening daily.
Plank seeks high style for new Under Armour campus design
In Baltimore, Under Armour, which styles itself as technology-focused performance sportswear brand, is imitating West Coast tech giants in at least one way — hiring a world-renowned "starchitect" for its new campus in Port Covington.
Modern Gibson Island home has 'treehouse' feel
On Gibson Island, where no two homes are alike, a magnificent 1960s modern house sits on 1.8 acres of wooded property at the highest point in the area, and is on the market for $1.29 million.
Beijing in Stride
Louvre more than 'Da Vinci Code' set
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Money launders Hong Kong's past Cleansing: Almost all of Hong Kong's colonial buildings have been torn down to make way for more profitable modern structures.
LORD OF THE RINGS, Art: Playing off the five circles of the Olympic logo, art-world grandee J. Carter Brown has pulled together great works from around the world and presented them in five categories for a show in Atlanta.
Edith Haggard, 92, a New York literary...
New Cleveland is rockin' Renaissance: With Indians hits abounding at Jacobs Field and musical ones rolling at the new Hall of Fame, the city has recast its image.
Pei creates another legend Architect gives rock an elegant glass home it has its own Stones
The music of rebellion moves into a museum
Remember the president
Jacqueline Onassis' quiet helpmate
Architect I. M. Pei's fame solidly built
New building is a hotel for all seasons
Rock's hall of fame still on shaky ground
Newman photos capture spirit of famous people
Show enlightens public about Kahn
2 city hospitals plan additions, upgrading