Peter Collins, a 16-year-old Towson resident and Carver Center for the Arts and Technology, won first-place in the individual software category during the Third Annual Hackathon. He was the youngest of some 100 contestants.
Two artists from the Carver Center for Arts and Technology are being recognized for their outstanding artwork. Senior Cole Dininno and his teacher, Daria Souvorova, both of the visual arts prime program, have their work exhibited from Miami to New York, respectively, and Dininno is eagerly awaiting the results of a national competition.
It's fitting that there is a good bit of mixed medium artwork in the group exhibit "Art Maryland 2014" at the Howard County Arts Council, because its juror, Walters Art Museum executive director Julia Marciari-Alexander, writes in an accompanying statement that she chose work that has "an interplay of texture and material."
Ancient Egyptian carvings. The Book of Revelations. Canned chicken. These are some of the topics that Del. Frank M. Conaway Jr. has discussed in more than 50 rambling videos that he has uploaded to YouTube in recent weeks.
Ann Porter Lundy, a former president of the Maryland Orchid Society and founder of Baltimore's chapter of the Maryland Native Plant Society, died Sept. 28 of cancer at Union Memorial Hospital in Baltimore.
Storms bringing downpours and an intense flurry of lightning destroyed a church steeple, caved in the roof of a Middle River home and closed the Walters Art Museum for the day Thursday, amid another deluge in a season that has already raised concerns about flooding and erosion.
By By Scott Dance and Will Fesperman and The Baltimore Sun