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The Damned: Punk rockers ignite crowd with machine gun etiquette at Baltimore Soundstage

David Vanian of The Damned performing “Eloise” at Baltimore Soundstage. (Todd Welsh) Ten days ago, Captain Sensible – guitarist and founding member of the trendsetting punk rock group The Damned – fell from a stage in Toronto, while paying tribute […]

David Vanian of The Damned at Baltimore Soundstage credit Todd Welsh

The Damned: Punk rockers ignite crowd with machine gun etiquette at Baltimore Soundstage

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David Vanian of The Damned performing “Eloise” at Baltimore Soundstage. (Todd Welsh) Ten days ago, Captain Sensible – guitarist and founding member of the trendsetting punk rock group The Damned – fell from a stage in Toronto, while paying tribute […]

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NASA’s Jerry Davis to be commencement speaker for Capitol Technology University

LAUREL, MD - Jerry Davis, chief information officer and head of the Information Technology Directorate at NASA's Ames Research Center, will address the graduating class at Capitol Technology University's

The Damned credit Kurt Steinmetz

The Damned: 40th Anniversary Tour comes to Baltimore

Punk Rock legends play Baltimore Soundstage May 9th (photo: Kurt Steinmetz) *UPDATE* Less than a week after Captain Sensible fell offstage at their sold out show in Toronto, resulting in a

Tibetan Monks of the Drepung Gomang Monastery offered healing chants at HopeWell Cancer Support in Lutherville, Maryland (Anthony C. Hayes)

Tibetan Monks offer healing chants at HopeWell Cancer Support

Health is the greatest gift, contentment the greatest wealth, faithfulness the best relationship. Buddha Siddhartha Gautama, the Iron Age ascetic commonly know worldwide as Buddha, believed that balance in life was the

Andamento Gallery will feature the mosaic art of Gail Rosen. (Anthony C. Hayes)

Andamento mosaic art gallery features flowing designs of Gail Rosen

Mosaic art is as old as the sand-blown cultures of Mesopotamia. But though regarded by many casual observers as a time-consuming craft, mosaics are experiencing a renaissance – not

Stroke survivor Missy Kirby on the comeback trail

When Melissa "Missy" Kirby survived a stroke three years ago, her doctors doubted that she would be able to open her eyes again, let alone walk. Today the 45-year-old Baltimore woman will

Woodbourne Center Treatment Foster Care can make all the difference in the life of a child.

Woodbourne Center: Treatment foster care offers kids chance at ‘real life’

Society has long understood that stability in the home is of paramount importance in the rearing of a child. But what happens when a child’s home life is in

Preakness needs a savior

By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com Thanks to revenue from Maryland’s successful slots casinos, the state’s thoroughbred racing industry has seen a re-birth that hints at prosperity for the Free State’s billion-dollar

Team USA takes on Manny Machado and the Dominican Republic for chance to advance

This is a win or go back to Spring Training game for both Team USA and the Dominican Republic, in the World Baseball Classic. Twice in this tournament the

The Lyric to adopt ‘Annie’ from April 21-22

When it comes to “Annie,” hope – no matter if it’s during the Great Depression or in a year of political turmoil – always springs eternal. “It’s the timeless story

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