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Bob Turley, a hard-throwing right-hander who won the Orioles’ first home game, died of liver cancer early Saturday morning, according to his son Terry Turley. He was 82. Turley pitched one season for the Orioles in 1954, their first in Baltimore,...
The Hays-Heighe House at Harford Community College will welcome Dr. Alan Taylor on April 8 as part of the College's commemoration of the Bicentennial of the War of 1812. Taylor will offer a public lecture at the Chesapeake Center at 10 a.m. His talk,...
Who was that affable older gentleman who was asked to show his identification in order to enter the State House Monday? It was Paul S. Sarbanes, the longest-serving United States senator in Maryland history. Sarbanes, who retired in 2007 after 30...
Tags: U.S. Congress, Annapolis
Ballet Theatre of Maryland's production of "Frontier: The War of 1812 on the Chesapeake" comes to the Chesapeake Arts Center at 3 p.m. March 17 as part of the Performing Arts Association of Linthicum. The show continues the association's season bringing...
Tags: Brian Walker, Music, Francis Scott Key, Fort McHenry, Annapolis
Eager to avoid a repeat of the violence last St. Patrick's Day, when youths fought in downtown streets and a tourist was beaten unconscious, Baltimore police are stepping up patrols in nightlife centers starting this weekend. Commanders will add extra...
Garden club The Cross Country Garden Club will host an open house from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Friday, March 8, in the Avalon Room of the Howard County Library's Miller branch, 9421 Frederick Road. Visitors can meet club members and learn about...
A 15-star, 15-stripe War of 1812 commemorative American flag was raised in front of the Harford County administrative building in Bel Air Thursday afternoon, one of five that will fly over county government buildings for the next 22 months. Executive...
It's another busy weekend here in Hampton Roads for lovers of reading and writing. Take a look! 32nd Annual Writers Conference at CNU Friday and Saturday, Feb. 22 and 23 Friday highlights: - Book talk by David Robbins ("The Devil's Waters") - Speed...
The sales pitch to 46 uniformed men was simple: Welcome to Baltimore. Next time, bring a tall ship. City and state officials and the nautical community have begun a marketing drive aimed at filling the Inner Harbor with majestic sailing vessels and...
It's April, dear readers! April is Young People's Poetry Month, Multicultural Communication Month, Autism Awareness Month, Archaeology Month and the Month of Mathematics Education. Traditionally, April brings us showers to produce May flowers. We'll see....
Tags: Anglicanism, U.S. Congress, Havre de Grace, Travel, Christianity
firstname.lastname@example.orgWar! What is it good for? Well, urban renewal, perhaps. That was the unfortunate take of Hagerstown Mayor David Gysberts last week, when he quipped that if the city had been lucky enough to have been bombed back into the Stone Age, we could start over...
So misunderstood is the historical context of the War of 1812 that Piotr Ilich Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture has become something of a standard at American concerts of patriotic music. Actually, it was written by the Russian composer in honor of his...
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