The death late last month of Boston Mayor Kevin H. White who steered the city through the storm caused by court-ordered school desegregation is also credited with giving political access to blacks, women and gays.
By By Frederick N. Rasmussen and The Baltimore Sun
"The Girl in the Picture (Napalm Girl)," released by Yanah in 2004, is one of over 300 famous and not-so-famous songs and spoken-word tracks about the war that are included in a 13-CD musical anthology.
By By Janene Holzberg and Special to The Baltimore Sun
The Ruxton Players, a community theater troupe that performs at the Church of the Good Shepherd, 1401 Carrollton Ave. in Towson, is hosting a special performance for Veterans Day, Nov. 11, for its fall production, "The Hasty Heart."
Bay Theatre founder Janet Luby could not conceal her delight as she announced that the first celebratory event of the coming season, a fashion show and fundraiser, had sold out nearly two months in advance.
By By Mary Johnson and Special to The Baltimore Sun
Leonard Pitts says a resolution by the nation's oldest — and most institutionally conservative — civil rights organization recognizing the failure of treating addiction as a law enforcement issue should lead others to call for an end to the drug war.
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