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  • Dr. Esther Edery Dibos

    Dr. Esther Edery Dibos
    Dr. Esther Edery Dibos, a retired Towson pediatrician who was a founder of the Hispanic Apostolate, a Fells Point clinic, died Dec. 8 at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, more commonly known as Lou Gehrig's disease....
  • Prominent Baltimoreans reveal the gifts that would make their holidays merry

    Prominent Baltimoreans reveal the gifts that would make their holidays merry
    Spoiler alert! We asked pairs of prominent Baltimoreans — relatives, co-workers and friends — what would make their trees twinkle this holiday season. Here's a peek at what a few of the city's best and brightest would like to receive from...
  • Forno tries to find footing across from Hippodrome

    Forno tries to find footing across from Hippodrome
    As in any major city, Baltimore and its bars benefit from a hot ticket. Whether it is the Orioles' opening day or a Justin Timberlake and Jay Z concert downtown, these events rarely fail to draw large crowds. In the process, many attendees find time...
  • Megan Anderson soars as a 'Grounded' pilot at Everyman Theatre

    Megan Anderson soars as a 'Grounded' pilot at Everyman Theatre
    When audiences file into Everyman Theatre for performances of George Brant's gripping one-act, one-actor play "Grounded," they are greeted with the sight of a figure sitting motionless onstage, facing a wall covered with large TV monitors. There is no...
  • Everyman Theatre to give Baltimore premiere of a play 'ripped from the headlines'

    Everyman Theatre to give Baltimore premiere of a play 'ripped from the headlines'
    "Grounded," the provocative play by George Brant that receives its Baltimore premiere at Everyman Theatre this week, suggests a morphing of journalists' reports from Iraq or Afghanistan and an episode of Showtime's "Homeland." The focus of this one-...
  • A great tribute to Vivienne Shub [Letter]

    A great tribute to Vivienne Shub [Letter]
    I want to thank The Baltimore Sun and Jacques Kelly for that wonderful obituary for my sister Vivienne Shub (Sept. 18). No one was closer to me than Vivi and I feel her loss most keenly. But as you brought together the many ways she worked her magic on...
  • In Everyman's 'Tribes,' a theme that resonates with its star

    In Everyman's 'Tribes,' a theme that resonates with its star
    Many a play deals with language and communication. There is always theatrical ore to be mined in the way people express themselves — or fail to — and how that can complicate so many things in life. British playwright Nina Raine gives the...
  • Baltimore: a theater town once more [Commentary]

    Baltimore: a theater town once more [Commentary]
    Baltimore theater fans are hard-pressed as of late to find a reason to leave the city with so much available right at home: superb local theater companies and community theaters and the renovated Hippodrome. It's a welcome revival of an industry the...
  • Everyman Theatre to offer handheld closed captioning devices

    Everyman Theatre to offer handheld closed captioning devices
    Starting next week with its production of Nina Raine's "Tribes," starring deaf actor John McGinty, Everyman Theatre will offer personal handheld closed captioning devices for all performances. In a statement released Wednesday, founding artistic...
  • Millie Tyssowski, Social Security budgeting official

    Millie Tyssowski, Social Security budgeting official
    Millie Tyssowski, a retired Medicare executive and Social Security Administration budgeting official, died of congestive heart failure May 16 at Sinai Hospital. The Dickeyville resident was 93. After retiring, she served as president of both the Maryland...
  • ArtsCentric celebrates African-American female vocal artists in 'Sincerely, Me'

    ArtsCentric celebrates African-American female vocal artists in 'Sincerely, Me'
    A couple of times during "Sincerely, Me," an ambitious production presented by ArtsCentric, the audience is asked to imagine how poorer our world would be without the legacy of African American women who raised their voices in song. For the bulk of...