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Libby O’Connell: World War I legacy, ‘The peace to end all peace’

American troops on the march in France during World War I. (Wikimedia) On April 6, America and many of its allies will solemnly commemorate the 100 year anniversary of the United States’ entry into World War I. The war had […]

American troops walking along a road during World War I. (Wikimedia)

Libby O’Connell: World War I legacy, ‘The peace to end all peace’

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American troops on the march in France during World War I. (Wikimedia) On April 6, America and many of its allies will solemnly commemorate the 100 year anniversary of the United States’ entry into World War I. The war had […]

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Doctors and nurses tend to injured doughboys at U.S. Army General Hospital No. 2 at Ft. McHenry in Baltimore, Maryland.

Johns Hopkins physician remembered in ‘World War I New York’

World War I New York: A Guide to the City’s Enduring Ties to the Great War In 1917 one million soldiers, sailors, and Marines departed for France to fight in

Columbia at 50 Part 9 Environment: Respecting the land while building a city

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

Is Genesis History: Paleontologist Marcus Ross and Dr. Del Tackett.

Is Genesis History? New film ably addresses age-old question

Paleontologist Marcus Ross and Dr. Del Tackett consider fossil evidence in Is Genesis History? Some years ago, I had a conversation with a friend – a seasoned rabbi – about

Columbia at 50 Part 8: Religion: Interfaith centers sought to bring congregations together

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

Columbia at 50 Part 7: HEALTH CARE: Planning for a healthy community — an innovative HMO, a hospital fight and the quest for wellness

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

Women gathered for the Circle the City prayer vigil at Noyes Alumnae House in Baltimore Maryland. (Anthony C. Hayes)

Faithful ‘Circle the City’ of Baltimore with love and prayer

On Sunday, January 15, at 3:00 pm EST, thousands of people from all walks of life gathered at 80 different sites throughout the United States – including Baltimore –

Education: Schools were crucial then and now – Part 6

This is the sixth part in a series of 12 monthly essays over the next year leading up to Columbia’s 50th birthday celebration next June. It ran first in

Francis Warrington Gillet IV and his father, Francis Warrington Gillet III, remove the cover from the Michael O’Neal painting titled "Maryland Over Flanders". (Anthony C. Hayes)

Forgotten Maryland WWI hero immortalized in art

Francis Warrington Gillet IV and his father, Francis Warrington Gillet III, remove the veil covering "Maryland Over Flanders" by artist Michael O'Neal. (Anthony C. Hayes) A century ago, as the

Edgar Allan Poe: Buried Alive is a new documentary about the life and times of Edgar Allan Poe.

Edgar Allan Poe: Buried Alive premieres in Baltimore

Edgar Allan Poe: Buried Alive premiered in Baltimore last Thursday night.  The film will air nationwide next fall on the PBS series American Masters. A near-capacity crowd filled the Peabody

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