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  • 2nd Star Productions' 'Bloody Murder' is bloody entertaining

    2nd Star Productions' 'Bloody Murder' is bloody entertaining
    In "Bloody Murder," 2nd Star Productions offers a parody of British murder mysteries with surprising twists and turns. Charles Maloney, director of more than 20 plays for 2nd Star, is introducing Bowie Playhouse audiences to this amusing 2009 mystery...
  • Margaret E. Yaffe

    Margaret E. Yaffe
    Margaret E. Yaffe, one of the Enoch Pratt Free Library's oldest cardholders who was also a longtime active member of the Friends of the Enoch Pratt Free Library, died Feb. 18 of multiple organ failure at Gilchrist Hospice in Towson. The Howard Park...
  • Video/Q&A: 'Project X' stars Thomas Mann, Jonathan Daniel Brown and Oliver Cooper

    Video/Q&A: 'Project X' stars Thomas Mann, Jonathan Daniel Brown and Oliver Cooper
    “Project X” puts you right in the center of the action—in this case, what may be the biggest onscreen party of all time. Or to put it another way, says “Project X” co-star Jonathan Daniel Brown, the movie has an “anti-...
  • The Siren's Call: The past is never past

    The Siren's Call: The past is never past
    "The past is never dead," Faulkner famously wrote in "Requiem for a Nun." "It's not even past" — and nothing demonstrates that maxim better than the discovery of a "new" painting by a revered, long-dead artist. Suddenly, it is as if that person...
  • The Review: Picca

    The Review: Picca
    If you've ever enjoyed a baked potato or an order of French fries, you have Peru to thank. Of course, we all learned in school that the potato came from Peru and that people there enjoy a gazillion different varieties. Anything more about Peruvian...
  • Casey Anthony: Where is she? It’s a mystery

     
    WFTV's Kenneth Craig, quoting a U.S. Air Force source, reported that the plane was versatile and could land on a dirt road. "Casey Anthony could be anywhere," Craig said at noon. "The pilot is not required to -- and didn't -- file a flight plan."...
  • Rufus Sewell vs. Alexander Skarsgard: Battle of the Sunday night hunks

     
    On "True Blood," Skarsgard is playing confusion in a poignant style that recalls the young Gary Cooper. Eric, who has been a fearsome presence on the HBO drama, doesn't remember who he is. And that twist allows Skarsgard to show his versatility....
  • A lingering World War II mystery that offered lessons for handling Osama bin Laden's corpse

     
    The story of Nazi Rudolf Hess, his long imprisonment and burial plot are a lesson for what not to do with the bodies of enemy leaders....
  • Montebello officials say they've solved one financial mystery

     
    Montebello officials said Thursday that they have solved at least one of the city’s myriad financial mysteries, this one concerning one "off the books" bank account....
  • Bok Tower Gardens activities calendar through year’s end

     
    Bok Tower Gardens launches its 2011-2012 event season in September, with activities geared toward visitors of all ages. For details on the old-school Florida attraction in Lake Wales, visit www.boktowergardens.org Here's the calendar: September 2011...
  • 'Torchwood' recap: All over, with lots of shouting

     
    A disappointing season of 'Torchwood' ends with a very loud but largely disappointing finale....