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  • Looking back on the efforts of Central Baltimore's key supporter

    On a recent cold night, I stepped inside Liam Flynn's Ale House in the North Avenue Market building. I was curious about the jazz guitarists on the bill. Their playing was charming, but I was more amazed by the audience. Many patrons there that night...
  • North Laurel's Maryland University of Integrative Health launches doctoral programs

    North Laurel's Maryland University of Integrative Health launches doctoral programs
    Forty years after opening as a mom-and-pop acupuncture clinic in Columbia and a dozen years after morphing into an acupuncture school and moving to North Laurel, the Maryland University of Integrative Health has begun offering some of the first doctoral...
  • Connecticut Authors Published A Varied Selection Of Books In 2014

    It's time for a look at books published in 2014 by Connecticut authors. Roz Chast, The New Yorker cartoonist, published the funny yet heartbreaking graphic memoir, "Can't We Talk About Something More Pleasant?" (Bloomsbury USA,$28). Novelist Amy...
  • Dinner at home is main ingredient for healthy eating

    Dinner at home is main ingredient for healthy eating
    People who eschew takeout for home cooking eat healthier foods, whether they aim to or not, according to new research from the Johns Hopkins University. "When people cook most of their meals at home, they consume fewer carbohydrates, less sugar and less...
  • Rejected, then erroneously accepted by your favorite college? Move on

    It might have appeared to be an early holiday present when almost 300 prospective Johns Hopkins University students previously denied early admission or deferred for later consideration recently received an email welcoming them to the fold. The trouble...
  • Research explores how building blocks of life move from deep within Earth

    Research explores how building blocks of life move from deep within Earth
    A common theory holds that the building blocks for life came to Earth from comets that landed here billions of years ago. But what if they also came from within the planet? A study published last month by Johns Hopkins University professor Dimitri...
  • Lawrence K. "Larry" Saunders

    Lawrence K. "Larry" Saunders
    Lawrence K. "Larry" Saunders, a computer engineer and member of Brown Memorial Woodbrook Presbyterian Church where he performed with the Woodbrook Players, died Nov. 21 at Medstar Good Samaritan Hospital of a cerebral hemorrhage. The longtime Govans...
  • Baltimore Co. police say they rushed to tell New York of cop-killer

    Baltimore Co. police say they rushed to tell New York of cop-killer
    Baltimore County police said Monday that they rushed to warn New York police — through phone calls, fax and Teletype — about a man who pledged to kill officers in their area, and that no one could have known he would strike so quickly, leaving...
  • Eugenie Obst

    Eugenie Obst
    Eugenie Obst, a former Domino Sugars chemist who fled her native Czechoslovakia when Communists took over the country, died of heart failure Dec. 15 at Union Memorial Hospital in Baltimore. The Guilford resident was 94. Eugenie Funda was born in the...
  • Meet David Jacobson

    Meet David Jacobson
    Job: Vice chairman of BMO Financial Group Previous jobs: U.S. ambassador to Canada, 2009-2013; deputy finance chair for Barack Obama's 2008 presidential campaign. Age: 63 Childhood: Born at Michael Reese Hospital on Chicago's South Side. Lived...
  • Record competition for stem cell grants means tough choices for state officials

    Record competition for stem cell grants means tough choices for state officials
    The competition for Maryland's stem cell research grants will be stiffer than ever as applications flood in next month, forcing officials to be more selective even as scientists worry that the state's fiscal problems and a new administration in...