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  • Turning fun and games into careers

    Turning fun and games into careers
    Your recent article "Making video games in Baltimore with Sid Meier" (Oct. 23) shows how far we've come in understanding gaming technology and the people behind game development. At the University of Baltimore, students in the Simulation and Digital...
  • Supreme Court to hear case on presidential 'signing statements'

    Supreme Court to hear case on presidential 'signing statements'
    A constitutional challenge to the president's long-standing claim of exclusive power over foreign affairs comes before the Supreme Court this week wrapped in an 11-year-old dispute over a single word in the passport of an American boy born in Jerusalem....
  • Gary D. Schenker

    Gary D. Schenker
    Gary D. Schenker, an attorney who formerly worked in the Baltimore City state's attorney's office and for the past 11 years had been in the office of the Baltimore County Public Defender, died Oct. 15 at the University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical...
  • Robert W. Mockard Sr., moving firm officer

    Robert W. Mockard Sr., moving firm officer
    Robert Warren Mockard Sr., a retired president and owner of a local moving firm, died of lung cancer Monday at Stella Maris Hospice. The Sparks resident was 85. Born in Parkville, he was the son of Ellsworth Elmer Mockard Jr. and Anna Hofmann Mockard....
  • Five Questions for Kyle Sherrer of Millstone Cellars

    Five Questions for Kyle Sherrer of Millstone Cellars
    In the beginning was a building. The rundown 19th-century gristmill in Monkton, some of its iron gear works moldering within the brick-and-stone structure, caught the attention of Curt Sherrer. The winemaker and lawyer spent about 10 years restoring the...
  • UMBC men's soccer looks to complete underdog run at College Cup

    UMBC men's soccer looks to complete underdog run at College Cup
    Pete Caringi had built a 33-year coaching career on addressing his players as adults rather than scolding them like boys. So it wasn't his first go-round with this type of meeting. It was the third week in October and Caringi's UMBC men's soccer team...
  • Five Questions for Michelle Barnes

    Five Questions for Michelle Barnes
    When attorney Michelle Barnes was faced with empty nest syndrome, she opened a store. Barnes, who heads the environmental crimes division in the Maryland Attorney General's office, travels the state on cases by day, but returns to Baltimore to run a...
  • Western High School's RoboDoves crushes the competition, stereotypes

    Western High School's RoboDoves crushes the competition, stereotypes
    Indya Dodson is living a life far different from what she imagined. Growing up, Dodson had designs to become an actress. But now the 18-year-old sophomore at Capitol Technology University in Laurel is studying software engineering and Web development....
  • Edgar P. Silver, city circuit judge

    Edgar P. Silver, city circuit judge
    Retired Baltimore Circuit Judge Edgar P. Silver, whose career spanned both the law and politics, died Tuesday at Sinai Hospital after a brief illness, family members said. He was 91. "He was singularly the most extraordinary man I've ever met. He was...
  • Baltimore police say officer justified shooting out of car at steer

    Baltimore police say officer justified shooting out of car at steer
    Baltimore police have cleared an officer who leaned out of his patrol car in a populated neighborhood and fired multiple shots at a steer that had been running amok after escaping a slaughterhouse. The internal investigation into the June 13 shooting...
  • Protecting and serving U.S. immigrants

    Protecting and serving U.S. immigrants
    The most interesting question about President Barack Obama's action on immigration is not its legality. Presidents from Eisenhower forward, Republicans and Democrats alike, have used their executive authority to legalize immigrants in large and small...