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  • NFL concussion deal appears near, some say doesn't go far enough to help depression, disorders

    The potential $1 billion settlement of NFL concussion claims appears very close to winning final approval from a federal judge, to the chagrin of critics who believe the plan remains murky or pays too little to struggling former players. Hours after...
  • Baltimore won't buy gunshot detection system

    Baltimore won't buy gunshot detection system
    Baltimore officials have backed off a decision to purchase a gunshot detection system, saying the cost to use the technology would take away from other crime-fighting efforts. Kevin Harris, a spokesman for Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, confirmed...
  • Five Questions for Ed Berlin, co-owner of the Ivy Bookshop

    Five Questions for Ed Berlin, co-owner of the Ivy Bookshop
    Ed and Ann Berlin's professional lives took a fresh turn when they bought the 10-year-old Ivy Bookshop in January 2012. She had years of experience as a book publishing executive, he had devoted much of his professional life to the technical side of...
  • In Hopkins basement, bats and owls offer clues into brain function

    In Hopkins basement, bats and owls offer clues into brain function
    In one corner of the basement of Ames Hall at the Johns Hopkins University, Cynthia Moss opened the door of a room where about a dozen Egyptian fruit bats dozed inside a milk crate attached to the wall. "Come on, sweeties," she said, stirring them up,...
  • In literature, new attention to old age, dying

    In literature, new attention to old age, dying
    "O dark dark dark. They all go into the dark …" —T.S. Eliot, "Four Quartets" The Angel of Death — also known as the Old Ferryman, the Fourth Horseman of the Apocalypse or Mr. G. Reaper himself — is cutting a wider swath than...
  • John W. Baldwin

    John W. Baldwin, an internationally renowned Johns Hopkins University history professor and author whose specialty was medieval France, died of pneumonia Sunday at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. He was 85. "He was an expert on the French monarchy, and...
  • JHU alum's book 'The Book of Negroes' is coming to BET as miniseries

    JHU alum's book 'The Book of Negroes' is coming to BET as miniseries
    "The Book of Negroes," based on the award-winning novel from Johns Hopkins University alum Lawrence Hill, has been made into a television mini-series to be shown later this month on BET. American actor Aunjanue Ellis plays the main character, Aminata...
  • Patrick Prendergast, Navy engineer

    Patrick Prendergast, Navy engineer
    Patrick O. Prendergast, a retired electrical engineer who worked for the Navy, died of heart failure Feb. 1 at University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center. The Glen Burnie resident was 83. Born in Baltimore and raised in Forest Park, he was the son...
  • Funding young scientists

    Funding young scientists
    This month, Johns Hopkins University President Ronald J. Daniels sounded an alarm about the difficulty young science researchers have in obtaining the grant funding that they need to launch their careers. In an article in Proceedings of the National...
  • Tabb all-state field hockey standout Courtney King to play at Johns Hopkins University

    Tabb all-state field hockey standout Courtney King to play at Johns Hopkins University
    Courtney King, who earned Group 4A all-state field hockey honors in helping Tabb High win the state championship, has committed to play at Johns Hopkins University. King, who played defense and midfield, had 13 goals and 14 assists for the Tigers and...
  • Changes taking shape at Rotunda complex

    Changes taking shape at Rotunda complex
    The profile of a new residential component in North Baltimore has pretty much taken shape over the past few months. Since 1971, we've called it the Rotunda. Before that, the 700 block of W. 40th St. was the old Maryland Casualty Co., a Baltimore-born...