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J.K. Rowling's big paycheck
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The way we live, post-Sept. 11
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Battling baddies who imperil port (wink, wink)
What he left behind
Making Shakespeare sing Music: 'Merry Wives of Windsor' was essentially a bust for the Bard. Verdi turned it on its ear, and the rest is operatic history.
Losing her self The facts of Ina Savage's early life stay with her - the travel, the languages, the wit. But her memory of recent events is vanishing as she loses her identity day by day. She is 56 and has Alzheimer's disease.
Plane dull 'Air Force One' is OK as a formula-job action movie. But cliches and weak character development nearly knock it out of the sky.
A ghost town with charm, beauty Portsmouth: Spared from tourism and development, this empty North Carolina town stands to outlive the other scattered towns of the Outer Banks. The last residents departed in 1971.
Mayor seeks hotel deal Compromise is goal as Schmoke meets with two developers; Smaller Wyndham possible; Adding Paterakis to Hyatt team with Angelos is considered
The worst American novel ever
Navy's 'boomers' fight for lives Submarines: With the Cold War over, the Navy's missile ships need a new role to avoid being scrapped.
A blend of talent and teens Achievers: The American Academy of Achievement has a sure-fire formula -- put 400 high school seniors in a room with dozens of successful people -- from all walks of life -- and let them talk to each other.
Logging on for nearly real adventures
Some movies are disasters waiting to happen
Clancy was defrauded, authorities say State probing dealer in $7.5 million case
Year on the Town Blizzard of '96 could not keep a good party year down; from Andre Braugher to Captain Kangaroo, people sparkled
Software makes a perfect gift, so long as it's not too practical Before buying, make sure it will fit the hardware
Students invited to say why they love Baltimore Contest: High school juniors, seniors eligible. Top prize is $10,000 scholarship. Deadline is Dec. 1.
Books of the region: Holiday suggestions on many subjects
Library Link keeps seniors reading Program delivers requested materials to nursing homes
Indians have cut power, but are better than ever
Paranoia series is out to get you Preview: "Dark Skies" presents an impressive but nutty "alternative history." (Aliens killed Kennedy.)
Clancy's 'Executive Orders': politics, zealotry
Leaving the past behind Redemption: The return of the NFL to Memorial Stadium was especially sweet for those who had agonized over the Colts' departure and worked so hard to bring a team back.
Imagine the intrigue, the prose if Clancy covered the convention REPUBLICAN CONVENTION
A time to kill? Assassination: Epidemic of confirmed and suspected terrorism has U.S. wondering whether to use an old tactic in response.
Red, White and WHEW! Review: Cities explode and bodies pile up as ET's nasty cousins try to wipe us out. Then "Independence Day" really gets exciting.