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  • JFK Says 'No Pictures, Please'

     
    July 11, 1960: In the photo above, Sen. John F. Kennedy (D-Mass.) tells photographer Joe Kennedy “No pictures, please” while sitting with Vel Phillips on July 10, 1960. The photo was taken during a rally at Shrine Auditorium led by the Rev. Martin...
  • Eleanor Roosevelt

     
    Photograph by Frank Q. Brown / Los Angeles Times July 10, 1960: Eleanor Roosevelt refuses to ride in a limousine to a reception, preferring to walk half a mile with reporters. The absence of former President Harry Truman underscored the Democrats’ break...
  • 'Gossip Girl' recap: The beautiful and bland

     
    Around this time of year, most shows are busy celebrating Halloween. But in the "Gossip Girl" universe, Blair's birthday -- traditionally observed with champagne, fussy hors d'oeuvres, a handful of cameos by minor celebrities and a climactic showdown --...
  • Tales of lingering spirits

    It's Halloween and time once again to gather family and friends around the fireplace in a darkened room and listen to the retelling of ghost stories while sipping chilled cider. Experts in the field of spectral phenomenon claim that Maryland and...
  • Part 2: The demolition machine

    The wrecking crews began tearing into the tavern on July 3, pummeling the Bavarian gable and the ornate brickwork that had the feel of old Germany. The tavern was part of "Schlitz Row," a mini-city of saloons, beer gardens, houses and stables that the...
  • 2003 All-Metro boys basketball

    Player of the Year Maurice Barksdale Dunbar, senior, guard Barksdale scored 23 points to help Dunbar defeat Pocomoke for the Class 1A state title, avenging the Poets' loss to the Eastern Shore school in last year's title game. He averaged 20.6 points,...
  • Lee Remick; Actress' Long Career Spanned TV Dramas, Stage, Film

    Lee Remick, the alluring actress who gained fame as the haunting alcoholic in "The Days of Wine and Roses," died Tuesday at her Brentwood home of cancer. The versatile performer--known for her talent in blending the innocence of youth and the...