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  • Housing Authority tries to prevent sale of agency's property

    Baltimore's Housing Authority filed a motion Friday to prevent its property from being sold in order to satisfy a $2.6 million judgment in a lead paint exposure case, according to the agency. Last week, representatives from the Baltimore's sheriff's...
  • 'A win for the community'

     'A win for the community'
    NEWPORT BEACH — Driving down Tustin Avenue, it's easy to miss the small garden and courtyard hidden behind the Seaside Realty and Financial Services office. Unless, that is, it's the second Saturday of the month. Tables spilling over with a...
  • Dream home: Harford duo finds the upside of downsizing

    Dream home: Harford duo finds the upside of downsizing
    Downsizing often means making big changes in lifestyle. David and Deborah Russell never regretted the decision to do so. With their daughter, Marie, long out of the nest, the couple thought it high time to leave their six-bedroom single-family home in...
  • Court reverses $2.6M lead paint judgments against city housing authority

    Baltimore's housing bureau does not have to pay a $2.6 million jury award to two siblings who say they were poisoned by lead paint when they lived in public residences as toddlers, a Maryland intermediate appellate court ruled Thursday. The decision,...
  • Good morning, Baltimore: Need to know for Friday

    Good morning, Baltimore: Need to know for Friday
    WEATHER Today's forecast calls for partly sunny skies and a high temperature around 36 degrees. It is expected to be a wintry mix of snow, sleet and freezing rain tonight with a low temperature around 29 degrees. TRAFFIC Check our updates for this...
  • Crime Blotter, Jan. 26: iPad, pearl necklace, paintings stolen

    AREA 1 2700 block of Timberlake Street: $1400 in cash and two pairs of $700 Armani glasses were stolen out of a Hyundai Genesis while it was parked in front of its owner’s home sometime between 9 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 22 and 2 p.m. on Monday, Jan....
  • City turns down art donation for first time in 10 years

    An oil painting featuring the Statue of Liberty surrounded by the floating heads of popular Armenian figures recently became the first donated work of art to the city in more than a decade to be turned down. The painting also includes flowing wheat...
  • In the Arts

    Colburn to surfing foundation Bolton Colburn, the 56-year-old former head of the Laguna Art Museum, is riding a different kind of cultural wave. The Surfing Heritage Foundation in San Clemente has named the ex-U.S. Amateur Surfing champ as its new...
  • Abstract exhibit takes form at Howard County Arts Council

    The four artists in the exhibit "Intertwined Expressions" are linked by their devotion to abstraction. Similarities in how they use coiling lines and densely layered colors make for a cohesive show at the Howard County Arts Council. These linkages are...
  • Animator gets back to the easel

    Animator gets back to the easel
    Anyone who has been a child at any point in the past four decades has, knowingly or not, appreciated the work of Michael Humphries. From small-screen stalwarts like “The Jetsons,” “SuperFriends,” “Scooby-Doo” and...
  • An invitation to Artists' Gallery Invitational

    An invitation to Artists' Gallery Invitational
    The Artists' Gallery occupies a compact space in a downtown Columbia office building, but its current Invitational Exhibition offers further proof that many different kinds of art can fit into a relatively small gallery. It's generally a good idea to...