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  • Unclassified Info: The news and a Goodwill coincidence

    I was at a sales meeting last week, which put me far enough from Glendale to keep me away from the local news. Sure, I could have gone online and checked out the goings-on. But had I done so, I would have missed this morning’s online navigation of...
  • College students put their imprint on the BMA's latest show

    College students put their imprint on the BMA's latest show
    When painting student Jennifer Tam studied a series of Marcel Duchamp prints of boldly colored, spinning discs, she became convinced that the enigmatic works had to be included in the big new show opening Sundayat the Baltimore Museum of Art. "Twelve...
  • Lead paint case: A poisoned compromise

    Lead paint case: A poisoned compromise
    The Maryland Court of Appeals decision this week to throw out liability limits for landlords upsets what had been one of the most productive compromises to come out of Annapolis in recent memory. The state's 1994 lead paint law, a product of extensive...
  • Architect turned watercolor artist has display in Glenwood

    Architect turned watercolor artist has display in Glenwood
    Somewhere along the way, Warren G. Sargent decided to stop giving away his watercolor paintings. "As more and more of the old folks were gone and there were fewer new acquaintances to be had, it seemed like a good idea to keep them," the 93-year-old...
  • Overdue justice for lead paint victims

    Overdue justice for lead paint victims
    In the 1960s, Baltimore's leaders, driven by both desperate need and newfound vision, enacted a first-of-its-kind housing code for the City of Baltimore. Its provisions ensured that Baltimore's residents, including even the poorest, would be able to...
  • In The Arts

    Plein air class available at garden In collaboration with SEEDS, Laguna Beach artist Doug Stotts will teach a plein air painting class for children Saturday at the Hortense Miller Garden. The garden's natural setting will provide a backdrop for the...
  • Landscapes steal the show

    The Burbank Art Association’s annual fall art show offers a particularly fine selection of paintings in this seasonal contest. The show is categorized into the customary genres, but it is the landscape class that steals this show. The Burbank...
  • Millions spent on police brutality lawsuits scrutinized

    At a time when City Hall is girding for another round of budget battles, spending on lawsuits filed against the Police Department is coming under increased scrutiny. The city's budget office revealed at an investigative hearing Tuesday that it has...
  • A fresh start

    A fresh start
    With two sons grown and out on their own, it seemed that it would be a cinch for Mark Hyman and his wife, Peggy Brennecke, to downsize from their large home in shady, hilly Mount Washington in northern Baltimore City. "We agreed to go smaller and...
  • Columbia Digest

    Dance concert The Misako Ballet Company will hold a free dance concert from 1 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. Sept. 17 at 5485 Harper's Farm Road, Suite 203 in the Harper's Choice Village Center. This concert, tailored to the young audience, will feature ballet with...
  • Get the lead out

    Lead poisoning. Two words that strike fear in any caring parent, and two words you don't expect to hear associated with homes built in the past several decades. Largely successful projects to eliminate lead paint chips from old homes were high profile to...