Compiled with input from readers and the newsroom, The Baltimore Sun’s list of 100 essential food experiences encompasses places people talk about, think about and come back to again and again and again.
Clemenceau Medical Center is one of 19 projects in the growing portfolio of Johns Hopkins Medicine International, the arm of the Baltimore-based institution that’s charged with taking the Hopkins mission and brand global.
One of the scariest parts of the very scary world we live in today is the responsibility that we and our allies bear for the creation of the enemies confronting us. This is most dreadfully true in Iraq, where thousands of Americans have died and more than $1 trillion have been wasted on a war that had no just cause, where the vacuum created by the 2003 invasion was filled by Islamic jihadists and a government and armed force more loyal to Iran than to the United States.
Marylanders in Baltimore and Annapolis sang and prayed Monday to publicly voice their love and support for the families, friends and nations of the 129 people in France and 40 in Lebanon killed in terrorist attacks late last week.
Suheil Badi' Bushrui, a distinguished author, professor, and advocate for peace, who first held The Bahá'í Chair for World Peace at the University of Maryland, College Park, died congestive heart failure on Sept. 2 at the Kettering Medical Center in Dayton, OH. He was 85.
M. Faysal Thameen, a retired structural engineer who headed the city's role in the 1980s construction of the Fort McHenry Tunnel, died of cancer April 9 at his home in Millbury, Mass. The former Parkville resident was 75.
Like her classmates at the U.S. Naval Academy, Midshipman 1st Class Dagmara Broniatowska came to Annapolis for plebe summer, learned how to salute, ran the endurance course, and memorized the body of American military information, history and quotations known as the Rates.