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Columbia at 50 Part 10: Arts at the Heart of the New Town

This is the 10th part in a series of 12 monthly essays leading up to Columbia’s 50th birthday celebration in June. © Len Lazarick 2017 It ran first in The Business Monthly, circulating in Howard and Anne Arundel counties, and […]

Columbia at 50 Part 10: Arts at the Heart of the New Town

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This is the 10th part in a series of 12 monthly essays leading up to Columbia’s 50th birthday celebration in June. © Len Lazarick 2017 It ran first in The Business Monthly, circulating in Howard and Anne Arundel counties, and […]

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Ex-Patriot Aaron Hernandez hangs himself in prison cell

WASHINGTON – Disgraced former NFL player Aaron Hernandez committed suicide in his prison cell on Wednesday morning, the Massachusetts Department of Corrections said – five days after being acquitted of

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

‘Facebook Killer’ fatally shoots himself after police pursuit

Steve Stephens, left, posted on Facebook a video showing him fatally shooting Robert Godwin Sr., 74, on Easter Sunday, right. Credit: (Facebook/Steve Stephens) WASHINGTON – Pennsylvania State Police said the man

Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus to play Royal Farms Arena a final time

Joe DeSoto doesn’t know what he’ll be doing for a living by the end of next month, but he hopes it involves wearing a wig, baggy clothes and lots

Nationwide manhunt on to catch ‘Facebook killer’

Steve Stephens posted on Facebook a video showing him fatally shooting Robert Godwin Sr., 74, on Easter Sunday. Credit:(Facebook/Steve Stephens) WASHINGTON – An intense manhunt continued Monday for a man whom

Boston Marathon comeback for Christopher Battoo

The Boston Bombings – a story of triumph over evil: Trinidad and Tobago national, Christopher Battoo relives the moment The Boston bombing was a story of despair and hope for

Maryland’s balanced budget – for now

By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com Another Maryland General Assembly session has come and gone with Gov. Larry Hogan proclaiming victory and legislative leaders breathing a positive sigh of relief. There were no

The Case for Christ: Skeptical journalist jarred by ‘Good News’

Mike Vogel portrays investigative reporter Lee Strobel in The Case for Christ. Lee Strobel – an award-winning legal journalist – seemed to have it all. A loving wife with two

Body slam in Fort Collins reveals our biases

Years ago a high school student ask me when I thought women would be equal in our society. My response was treated with mixed reaction by the class when I

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