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  • Don't sell killer drones

    Don't sell killer drones
    As a protester of the use of killer drone strikes and Johns Hopkins University's swarming drone research, I was shocked to read "U.S. to sell armed drones to allies" (Feb. 18). Sadly, the U.S. government has a long and troubled history of supporting and...
  • Joseph J. Challmes

    Joseph J. Challmes
    Joseph J. Challmes, a professional writer for nearly four decades whose love of writing was only equaled by his love of the ponies, died of a heart attack Feb. 9 at Mercy Medical Center. He was 65. Mr. Challmes and his companion, Margie Roswell, had...
  • Michael N. Mallis, businessman

    Michael N. Mallis, businessman
    Michael N. Mallis, a former chemical engineer who later became a businessman, died Jan. 11 at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson of complications from flu that led to heart failure. He was 90. The son of Nick Mallis, who owned the Shipyard Restaurant in...
  • Contemporary opens first exhibit after nearly three-year hiatus

    Contemporary opens first exhibit after nearly three-year hiatus
    Nearly three years after the Contemporary arts organization abruptly shut its doors in mid-exhibition and eliminated the jobs of its five-member staff, a big neon "C" on the outside of the KAGRO building in Station North will glow cherry pink Saturday...
  • Five Questions for Joseph Haskins Jr., head of Harbor Bank

    Five Questions for Joseph Haskins Jr., head of Harbor Bank
    In a time of widespread consolidation and a shrinking number of minority-owned banks, the institution Joseph Haskins Jr. helped found 33 years ago is becoming rarer. Amid more stringent federal oversight, many community banks are finding it more...
  • Fashion Week favorites

    Fashion Week favorites
    The fashion offerings were plentiful the past two weeks duringNew York Fashion Week. With hundreds of designers working from their own inspirations, identifying the right looks and trends can be downright daunting. But after viewing close to 40...
  • Catherine Kelly

    Catherine Kelly
    Catherine Kelly, who taught at Seton and Notre Dame Preparatory schools and was an executive of a women's sports equipment business, died of cancer Friday at Gilchrist Hospice Care. The Guilford resident was 59. Born in Baltimore, she was the daughter...
  • Earl R. Jones, educator

    Earl R. Jones, educator
    Earl R. Jones, a retired Baltimore assistant schools superintendent, died Feb. 13 at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson of pancreatic cancer. He was 78. The son of Vanderbilt Jones and Nanny Cobb Jones, Earl Roger Jones was born and raised in Donora, Pa.,...
  • FAFSA challenges cost students thousands

    FAFSA challenges cost students thousands
    Education has been my ultimate equalizer, my door opener, my salvation. Despite early troubles, I completed high school and found myself at a common crossroad — excited about going to college but completely unsure about how I was going to pay for...
  • Carnegie Mellon tells 800 applicants they're in, then out

    Ben Leibowitz called up relatives to tell them he got into Carnegie Mellon University's prestigious graduate computer science program. He even went out to dinner with his parents to celebrate. Then he got a second email saying he hadn't been accepted...
  • Chicago native to join Astronaut Hall of Fame

    Chicago native to join Astronaut Hall of Fame
    As if being an astronaut isn't cool enough, John Grunsfeld will soon join Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin in the elite band of space explorer legends. After five space shuttle missions, the Chicago native and Highland Park High School graduate will be...