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  • Aided by touch tour, blind patrons take in theater experience

    Aided by touch tour, blind patrons take in theater experience
    Probing ahead of him with his cane, Roger Williamson crossed the Everyman Theatre stage, picked upa human skull that doubled as a candy dish and poked his fingers through the eye sockets. Moments later, he ran his hands over a papier-mache mask...
  • Roosevelt student named National Merit University of Maryland scholarship designee

    Patrick Healey, of Laurel, a student at Eleanor Roosevelt High School, in Greenbelt, has been named a National Merit college-sponsored scholarship winner. He is the designee for a National Merit University of Maryland scholarship and his probable...
  • 50 years ago: Harford Junior College growing and expected to keep doing so

    As taken from the pages of The Aegis dated Thursday, July 5, 1962: A study of the future development and needs of Harford Junior College was presented by Engelhardt and Leggett, an educational consultant firm in New York City, to the college Board of...
  • Five Penn State players from Baltimore considering options after NCAA sanctions

    Five Penn State players from Baltimore considering options after NCAA sanctions
    Penn State has enjoyed a fertile recruiting pipeline into Maryland high school programs during the past decade, and the most recent classes have been no different. But now, the future is unclear for several players from Baltimore who have made State...
  • Dr. James Burch Brooks

    Dr. James Burch Brooks
    Dr. James Burch Brooks, a retired orthopedic surgeon who spent his more than four-decade career with the Four East Madison Orthopedic Association, died Sunday of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease at Union Memorial Hospital. The Cross Keys resident...
  • NEH gives $40 million in grants; $3.2 million to California

     
    National Endowment for the Humanities issues $40 million in grants, including $3.2 million to California museums, scholars and documentary filmmakers. Documentaries win the biggest grants; others sponsor seminars aimed to improve college and secondary...
  • Michelle Obama, author: Her book is coming in 2012

     
    Michelle Obama: First Lady Michelle Obama's first book will be "American Grown: How the White House Kitchen Garden Inspired Families, Schools and Communities."...
  • This week: Kristin Chenoweth goes country; Mary J. Blige on ‘The X Factor’

     
    Popular musicians will fill the airwaves this week. A few highlights: Kristin Chenoweth, one of Broadway's best singers, co-hosts the American Country Awards with Trace Adkins. Fox presents the latest awards show at 8 p.m. Monday. Both hosts will perform,...
  • TV tonight: Pearl Harbor 70th anniversary; ‘X Factor’ down to five

     
    Here are a few TV highlights for tonight: On this, one of the most important dates in U.S. history, History marks the 70th anniversary of “a date which will live in infamy.”¬† “Pearl Harbor: 24 Hours After,” a two-hour documentary,...
  • Gallup: Obama, Hillary Clinton are most admired, again and again

     
    Gallup's "most admired" poll: President Obama and Hillary Clinton top the Gallup poll of the most admired Americans....
  • Bob Dylan to receive Presidential Medal of Freedom

     
    What does American musical icon Bob Dylan have in common with former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright and ex-astronaut John Glenn? All are on the list of 13 recipients of the Presidential Medal of Freedom. It's the nation's highest civilian honor,...