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Maryland WeatherFROM TODAY'S PRINT EDITIONS:Don Dobrow, in Baltimore, saw in The Sun that the Philippines recently suffered back-to-back hits by typhoons Nesat and Nalgae: “Two [consecutive] typhoons [starting] with the same letter. Do you know the reason for that?...
Dining@LargeRobert of Cross Keys eats better than I do, and I'm the restaurant critic. Here's RoCK with a Free Market Friday guest post that's making me hungry. ELThis week the wife had a business lunch in Harbor East. She decided......
In 1991, Jan Thompson attended a reunion of World War II veterans who were prisoners of war in the Philippines. She accompanied her father, one of those veterans. "I was just dumbfounded at what I heard," she said. "I walked out saying, 'Why doesn't...
I want to follow up on my recent column about World War II casualty Kenneth Knoll's family and their visit to his grave in Manila. He was from Allentown. His daughter, Sally Getchell, was only 21/2 when 1st Lt. Knoll died on March 24, 1945, from...
Sally Getchell's father died in World War II when she was 21/2 years old. He was buried in the Philippines. She has no memory of him, although her mother told her lots of stories about him. The connection got a shot of adrenaline a few years ago when one...
Denise Panaligan, a UCLA sophomore, didn't tell her mother where she was headed Wednesday morning. She knew that if she told the truth, her mother would worry. Panaligan, in blue jeans and white T-shirt, boarded a bus and traveled to Pershing...
It's been well documented that I have some very unusual perspectives regarding words. In one of my leadership classes, I teach the fact that, for example, colors are only the colors that we say they are because we have agreed, as a world, as humans,...
It’s been well documented that I have some very unusual perspectives regarding words. In one of my leadership classes, I teach the fact that, for example, colors are only the colors that we say they are because we have agreed, as a world, as...
Freddie Roach, star trainer for boxing's stars, has done the introspection. In his last four major fights, he is 0-4. There have been a few sleepless nights, some quiet time in dark rooms, a few longer-than-normal gazes into the mirror. He decided he had...
Tags: Values, Manny Pacquiao, Ethics, Religion and Belief
How frightening can retirement be? This frightening: Tuesday, former Miami Heat guard Eddie House found himself trying to stand as a voice of reason amid a televised debate with Skip Bayless and Stephen A. Smith. Perhaps that's why, even 34 and...
Congressman Donnelly was honored to present military service medals and an American flag that has flown over the U.S. Capitol to WWII veteran Marion Minks of Logansport Monday. Over 15 of Mr. Minks’ family members and friends attended the ceremony...
Brian Welch was 6 years old when terrorists killed his father, Army Chief Warrant Officer Kenneth Welch. "He's the greatest man I never knew," Brian says. Last week, a Navy SEAL team killed the world's most notorious terrorist, Osama bin Laden, the...
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