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Frank Serpico sets the record straight, Part 6

Editor’s Note: Read the complete series on Frank Serpico under Special Reports. Butch and Sundance New York Style This is the untold story, that Durk, before I was shot, was planning to make a movie. It was going to be, Durk […]

Frank Serpico sets the record straight, Part 6

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Editor’s Note: Read the complete series on Frank Serpico under Special Reports. Butch and Sundance New York Style This is the untold story, that Durk, before I was shot, was planning to make a movie. It was going to be, Durk […]

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Serpico sets the record straight, Part 5

Editor’s Note: Read the complete series on Frank Serpico as it unfolds in “Special Reports.” Now you’re under arrest Frank Serpico: I was going to work one night. I always went

Serpico sets the record straight, Part 4

Editor's Note: Read the complete series on Frank Serpico under Special Reports. Don’t forget Christmas time I was working in plainclothes and then we had the riots. Just to show how stupid

Serpico sets the record straight, Part 3

Editor's Note: Read the complete series on New York's finest Joe Serpico under Special Reports. Never run when you’re right When I was a teenager shining shoes, this came out in

Frank Serpico sets the record straight Part 2

Editor's Note: Read the complete series on New York's finest Joe Serpico under Special Reports. The other side of Serpico Frank Serpico is a complex man, and I mean that in

Frank Serpico sets the record straight

Editor's Note: Read the complete series on New York's finest Joe Serpico under Special Reports. On June 2, 2017, the Baltimore Post-Examiner published Frank Serpico: NYPD corruption buster. I suggest

Columbia at 50 Part 12 Conclusion: A 50-year-old town faces its future

This is the 12th and final part in a series of monthly essays leading up to Columbia’s 50th birthday celebration this month.  It ran first in The Business Monthly, circulating

Herbert H. Renshaw on the plaque for Maryland servicemen from Wicomico County who died during World War I credit Anthony C. Hayes

Herbert H. Renshaw: First Marylander to die in WWI missing from US memorials

The name Herbert H. Renshaw as it appears at the Baltimore War Memorial. (Anthony C. Hayes) On May 22, 1917, Baltimore native Herbert H. Renshaw – a twenty-year-old Navy seaman

Columbia at 50 Part 11: Recreation and the Role of the Columbia Association

This is the 11th 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

The 369th Experience will honor historic WWI African-American band.

Dr. Isrea Butler set to lead WWI tribute band 369th Experience

University of Maryland Eastern Shore music director will captain the 369TH EXPERIENCE Band’s Historic Re-Creation WASHINGTON, DC: The 369th Experience is pleased to announce Dr. Isrea Butler as band director

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