Howard needs campaign reform
Publicly-financed campaigns offer Howard County its best chance to reduce the influence of special interests
A&E show destroys bodies for your viewing pleasure
The scariest thing on television these days isn't "The Walking Dead," it isn't "The Hunger," it isn't "Sleepy Hollow." For real bone-chilling terror, try the new Arts & Entertainment series "Fit to Fat to Fit."
The Mail: 12/16-12/23
Readers remember Dougherty's Pub, discuss a new report on fixing city schools
Forced voting follies
Jonah Goldberg: It takes a twisted understanding of democracy to say that our politics will be greatly improved by getting more input from uninformed people through mandatory voting.
Madi Shapiro of Wet Brain starts a 7-inch label, Girl Problem Records
Free Will Astrology 1/7/15
Good luck to those heading back to school — and to one who's done
Newest Titles at the BCPL
Newest books available at the BCPL.
I think you would benefit from going off by yourself to a sanctuary and having some nice long talks with your ancestors, the spirits of nature, and your deepest self.
I'm a sportswriter, and I don't think I belong on the television [Commentary]
I've never been particularly glib, and I think I did OK when impressed into duty for the Harford Cable Network, but I'm not changing professions any time soon
"How long is forever?" "Sometimes, just one second."
Special effects get the better of a supernatural-teen romance
Memoir of a Black Punk
Library Schedules (April 10-16)
A kaleidoscopic novel describes what comes after the Age of Fucked Up Shit
Award winning actor practices a reverse kind of method acting
Books and words: a miscellany
Vonnegut was right: Only nut cases do want to be president
Obama and Boehner: Does smoke get in their eyes?
Review: Born Ruffians at Ottobar, Oct 4
Towson junior, rugby player found dead Thursday
Concert review: Pearl Jam at Jiffy Lube Live
Ravens-Colts playoff game: a bookish view
Scam alert! Have you been ripped off?
News about Kindle, Stephenie Meyer, Facebook
Meyer's fans drawing blood over King's comments
Stephenie Meyer haters, lighten up
THE LINEUP The best in arts & entertainment events from our staff
Mount Airy book club
Check It Out: Inspiration for ink
Screen-reading software helps blind users navigate the Web as advocates press for greater accessibility
That 'Seinfeld' buzz
Jewishness, identity, freedom as seen in a funhouse mirror
Vonnegut on himself, art and humanity
Vonnegut revealed the world's absurdity
Author of comic novels with moral vision
Is dialogue dying?
Science seeks explanations
Peter Earle,71, an investigative reporter who helped...
'Sewer, Gas & Electric': Whither the wired?
Deception rules 'Mother Night' Review: Nolte, Arkin are great in a big film that doesn't act like the small-budget movie it is.
Fall Projections Movies: Grown-up films crowd the screen schedule - so many of them that some will leave town unnoticed; Fall Movie Preview
Warm up the VCRs, 'ER' faces a challenge from 'Murder One'
The Bookie's Son In a loving memoir of his father, Sidney Offit pays tribute to the man who shaped his life.
A Nuke in the Hurricane
50 years later, Dresden firestorm can still blister
The Simpson Case: To 'Galvanize' an Issue, Get a Black Man Involved