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  • Baltimore-rooted composers will help to celebrate Shriver Hall Concert Series' 50th season

    Baltimore-rooted composers will help to celebrate Shriver Hall Concert Series' 50th season
    While the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra will be enjoying a centennial season in 2015-2016, the Shriver Hall Concert Series will mark its own notable milestone — half-a-centennial. The organization, which presents top-drawer classical soloists and...
  • John R. North, civil engineer

    John R. North, civil engineer
    John R. North, a retired civil engineer and church organist, died March 6 at York Hospital in York, Pa., of a cerebral hemorrhage. He was 77. The son of Clyde M. North, a Green Spring Dairy stationary engineer, and Edna Erhardt North, a homemaker, John...
  • MedImmune tapping local partners to speed discoveries

    MedImmune tapping local partners to speed discoveries
    The story of MedImmune, the Maryland startup that British pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca bought for $15.6 billion in 2007, is an example for entrepreneurs striving for their own blockbuster deals. But MedImmune leaders say they want to go beyond leading...
  • Imaging study looks at brain injury in former NFL players

    Imaging study looks at brain injury in former NFL players
    A recent study of retired NFL players by Johns Hopkins medical researchers adds to growing evidence linking football with brain damage. The study published last month in the journal Neurobiology of Disease focused on nine retired NFL players, but the...
  • No surprise: A key to infant learning is surprise

    No surprise: A key to infant learning is surprise
    Baby play just got a little less random. It turns out that infants are natural scientists, spurred by surprises to test primitive hypotheses, according to a study published online Thursday in the journal Science. Eleven-month-old infants who...
  • Arundel players join the crazy, kooky fun in Toby's 'Addams Family'

    Arundel players join the crazy, kooky fun in Toby's 'Addams Family'
    There are always good reasons to venture out of Anne Arundel County to catch a production at Toby's Dinner Theatre in Columbia, but the theater's current offering, "The Addams Family," offers a few extra incentives — three local residents in key...
  • Search for greater power endures

    Today is Good Friday, and it will find Christians throughout our state asking for repentance and seeking a connection to the divine on bended knee. But in other parts of Maryland, God is being sought through powerful electron microscopes and through a...
  • A second Title IX complaint has been filed against Johns Hopkins University

    A second Title IX complaint has been filed against Johns Hopkins University
    A second Title IX complaint has been filed with the Department of Education against Johns Hopkins University, according to Laura Dunn, a lawyer and the executive director of SurvJustice, a nonprofit activist group working to decrease sexual violence....
  • Anne Arundel County education briefs

    Students win science fair South River High sophomore Ava Grounds won the grand award at the 48th annual Anne Arundel County Regional Science and Engineering Fair, and schoolmates Ashlee Brennan and Hannah Hall took second with their joint project....
  • Babies learn from the unexpected, Hopkins research shows

    Babies learn from the unexpected, Hopkins research shows
    Want to make your baby smarter? New research by the Johns Hopkins University has found that it may be as simple as throwing some surprises his or her way. All babies are born with some natural smarts, but youngsters learn more about the world when this...
  • Hopkins faces $1B lawsuit over role in government study that gave subjects STDs

    Hopkins faces $1B lawsuit over role in government study that gave subjects STDs
    Nearly 800 former research subjects and their families filed a billion-dollar lawsuit Wednesday against the Johns Hopkins University, blaming the institution for its role in 1940s government experiments in Guatemala that infected hundreds with syphilis,...