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Aberdeen Wildman: Author Sees Danger in Paranormal Activity

Do entities from other realms really walk the face of the earth? Frank J. Bennett believes they do and he backs his belief with an experience he had one icy morning in 1980, as he stood along the shoreline near […]

Poster over book table for Encounter With The Abderdeen Wildman at the 2019 Mid-Atlantic Nostalgia Convention. (Anthony C. Hayes)

Aberdeen Wildman: Author Sees Danger in Paranormal Activity

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Do entities from other realms really walk the face of the earth? Frank J. Bennett believes they do and he backs his belief with an experience he had one icy morning in 1980, as he stood along the shoreline near […]

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Morgan State Architecture Student’s Internship sheds light on Historic Preservation, Career Pathways

By Zahaira Williams This summer, I was proud to participate in an internship, “Touching History: Preservation in Practice,” which introduces African American students to the field of historic preservation. This

Trump launches attack on Baltimore

BALTIMORE – Believe me, West Baltimore doesn’t need Donald Trump’s poisonous insults to know it has problems. This president wants to punish Rep. Elijah Cummings for daring to criticize him,

Death Penalty Reminder: 160 people sentenced to death were later found to be not guilty

BALTIMORE – As far as I know, the last person to be strapped into the gas chamber at the Maryland Penitentiary was me. Years ago, I spent a week

CSX Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, Howard Street_Tunnel, 1300 Mount Royal Avenue. (Baltimore, Maryland) Wikimedia Commons

US Transportation proposes $125 million INFRA grant to address obsolete railroad tunnel in Baltimore

U.S. Secretary of Transportation Elaine L. Chao Announces Major Infrastructure Investment in Maryland WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Transportation today announced $125 million in a proposed grant to Baltimore

That’s the Ticket: Jon Lovitz on his move to stand-up comedy

BALTIMORE — To say that actor/comedian Jon Lovitz was a little nervous when he started performing stand-up comedy is, according to him, a bit of an understatement. “Not a little

Trixie Little is launching a new podcast called Vive La Renaissance

Trixie Little rebuffs reproach with call for Renaissance

BALTIMORE -- Trixie Little – that tiny redhead with an infectious laugh and engaging smile – has never led what most would consider to be a “normal” life. As

Cards which annouced the Mt. Park Camp Meeting Association's Camp Meeting Season were on display in the Mountain Park Lake Museum during Chautauqua, Then & Now. (Anthony C. Hayes)

Mountain Lake Park Chautauqua celebrates historic spirituality, science, song

Mountain Lake Park, MD -- A century ago – when the automobile of choice was the Model T – Americans who wanted to travel any distance usually opted to

Keith Mills is getting the local hero treatment for his legendary sportscasting career

BALTIMORE – Keith Mills slips out of daily sportscasting now, to the sound of affectionate cheers from the bleachers. He’s getting the hero treatment as a pro who never had

Oh Manny, be gentle on the Orioles

BALTIMORE – Now comes that moment when the gods of baseball pour salt into the wounds of the Baltimore Orioles. The year’s not embarrassing enough? Now Manny Machado’s coming

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