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Jumping trains and riding the rails carries risks and scenic rewards

In another life I had time to ride freight trains around the West, through thousands of miles of scenery that only freight crews and hoboes had seen ever since passenger trains shriveled in the 1960s. I learned the art before […]

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Jumping trains and riding the rails carries risks and scenic rewards

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In another life I had time to ride freight trains around the West, through thousands of miles of scenery that only freight crews and hoboes had seen ever since passenger trains shriveled in the 1960s. I learned the art before […]

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Mothers and Sons

You Owe Me The garage door opened slowly, hesitantly like an arthritic man rising from his chair. Cautiously Kim Vuong drove the car forward into a space bordered by boxes

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Amateur critic stuns theater company with devastating 4½ star review

For most seasoned theater professionals, an occasional bad review just goes along with the territory. But nothing could prepare the Centerville Barnstormers for the shock they experienced last Friday,

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No-Accounts: Dare Mighty Things

The Baltimore Post-Examiner is proud to present an excerpt from the new novel No-Accounts: Dare Mighty Things by Tom Glenn.  No-Accounts is the story of two people -  one

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George Takei, BSO Sci-Fi Spectacular: Snubbed by Sulu, reporter interviews Red Shirt Number 3.

When it comes to doing an interview with any well-known personality, there is a very delicate line a newspaperman must tread (or is it trek?).  On the one hand,

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Following the Data: A Day in the Life of an Ed-Tech worker

It is not everyday that a publishing company moves from New York to Baltimore. New York, and especially 5th Avenue, has arguably more publishing houses than Maine does seaside

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Fall of Saigon author Tom Glenn to speak in Baltimore

Four Vietnamese and three Americans were killed, and dozens of Vietnamese buildings were heavily damaged during a Viet Cong bomb attack against a multi-story U.S. officers billet in Saigon.,

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Edgar Allan Poe or Albert Einstein: Who was the greatest thinker of all time?

In 1848 the American writer Edgar Allan Poe published a cosmogony "Eureka: An Essay on the Material and Spiritual Universe." It was his answer to philosophical questions that had

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Diamond in the Dark: Leaving the shadow of abuse

Baltimore Post-Examiner is proud to present an excerpt from Diamond in the Dark : Leaving the Shadow of Abuse , an autobiography by Phyllis Brown Hain. Phyllis Hain was born in

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Ender’s Game: Lessons in Transformational Leadership

Human life is threatened by the anticipation of a war with the “buggers,” a technologically advanced, insect-like species that have previously threatened to annihilate the Earth.  Population control on

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