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  • Intersections: Is Columbus Day worth celebrating?

    Every child who has attended elementary school in the U.S. can without a doubt recall the famous “In 1492, Columbus sailed the ocean blue” rhyme. Though the rest of the poem is a distant memory, as adults, many of us have been exposed to...
  • East Beach Homearama: Meet home designer and author Marianne Cusato Oct. 18-19

    East Beach Homearama: Meet home designer and author Marianne Cusato Oct. 18-19
    Marianne Cusato, national designer and author in the fields of architectural and urban design,  presents “The Just Right Home: Buying, Selling, Renting or Just Dreaming. How to find Your Perfect Match” at 8 p.m. on Thursday, Oct.  18, at the...
  • Around Town: The bad news about bath salts

    For several months, Will Moffitt has been warning us about “bath salts.” Bath salts is the innocuous name given to a group of designer drugs that resemble Epsom salts. The recipes for these drugs vary, but usually contain a synthetic...
  • Engaged: Amy Lanasa and Claire Klossner

    Engaged: Amy Lanasa and Claire Klossner
    These two interpreters for the deaf say their relationship began with their first date, a low-key picnic held indoors because of the August heat. Wedding Date: August 11, 2012 Amy's story: Amy Lanasa, 37, grew up in the Catonsville area, and now lives...
  • 'Spartacus' ending after Season 3 'War of the Damned'

    'Spartacus' ending after Season 3 'War of the Damned'
    The upcoming third season of Starz’ “Spartacus,” now titled “Spartacus: War of the Damned,” will be its last, the network announced Monday. The decision is surprising given how important the “Spartacus” franchise...
  • Pop culture's undying affection for zombies

    Pop culture's undying affection for zombies
    Daniel Ewald says he's ready when and if zombies ever take over. His Hampden home is fitted with solar panels to provide power in case he needs to be locked away. His partner is a former Eagle Scout with survival skills galore. And the two have honed...
  • Does Romney's path to the White House bypass Pennsylvania?

    Does Romney's path to the White House bypass Pennsylvania?
    There's been much ado about whether Mitt Romney will make a play for Pennsylvania or simply concede the slightly left leaning - it's a lightish blue hue - battleground state to Barack Obama. The evidence mounted Thursday when DC-based Politico got its...
  • Aaron Sorkin's 'The Newsroom' and an American press that has lost its sense of purpose

    Aaron Sorkin's 'The Newsroom' and an American press that has lost its sense of purpose
    UPDATE: I am going to be on CNN's "Reliable Sources" at 11 a.m. (ET) Sunday discussing "The Newsroom" with Maureen Ryan, from the Huffington Post, and Adam Buckman, of Xfinity TV. The Aaron Sorkin series premieres Sunday night at 10 on HBO. This is one of...
  • In Theory: Does the budget need a dose of morals?

    Religion pervades government in America. It's evident in the debates on abortion, religious freedom, gay rights and a host of other topics. But now a Christian leader is arguing that religion needs to be inserted into the one area where it isn't...
  • Dan Dorfman dies at 80; influential market analyst

    Dan Dorfman dies at 80; influential market analyst
    Dan Dorfman, an influential print and television financial journalist whose daily stock market reports — a mix of market news, rumors and tips — on CNBC in the 1990s often immediately boosted or lowered the price of a stock, has died. He was...
  • Web, Social Use Spikes Following Court Decision, Incorrect Reports

    Web, Social Use Spikes Following Court Decision, Incorrect Reports
    Twitter activity around today's Supreme Court decision on the Affordable Care Act peaked at more than 13,000 tweets per minute at 10:17 a.m., significantly more than the 900 TPM that was tracked during the oral arguments in March, reports Rachael Horwitz,...