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  • With Babyface's help, Toni Braxton is ready to sing again

    With Babyface's help, Toni Braxton is ready to sing again
    In February, Severn native Toni Braxton said she was ready to retire from music to focus on acting. Even though the 45-year-old singer has sold more than 60 million records worldwide and has six Grammy Awards on her shelf, Braxton was "a little depressed"...
  • Michael Jackson thought his face was disfigured, Debbie Rowe says

    Michael Jackson thought his face was disfigured, Debbie Rowe says
    After 3 1/2 months of sometimes tedious testimony from medical experts and accountants, theĀ  Michael Jackson wrongful-death trial took a deeply personal turn this week as the singer’s ex-wife provided emotional testimony about his eccentric life and...
  • Hard Rock poker player falls shy in bid to finance boyfriend's new kidney

    Hard Rock poker player falls shy in bid to finance boyfriend's new kidney
    Sure, Krystal Seiling wanted the fame and glory of making a huge poker score. But she was playing for something more. She wants to get her boyfriend a new kidney. He has been fighting lupus for 12 years. "He just comes from a different place," Seiling...
  • Annual Sally E. Nyborg field hockey tournament set for Saturday

    Annual Sally E. Nyborg field hockey tournament set for Saturday
    Roland Park will host the Sally E. Nyborg Invitational tournament Saturday. In addition to the host Reds, No. 9 Westminster, No. 11 Severna Park, Fallston, Bethesda-Chevy Chase and St. Stephen's & St. Agnes (Va.) will take part in the event. The...
  • Basic biology may explain higher death rates for boys

    Basic biology may explain higher death rates for boys
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - It's known that women, as a group, outlive men, but the female survival advantage begins at birth and may stem from some fundamental vulnerability of boys, according to a new study. Researchers looking at U.S. national data on...
  • Tenants could be forced relocate with proposed apartment complex, Whole Foods

    Tenants could be forced relocate with proposed apartment complex, Whole Foods
    Burbank resident Allison Riccardi would love to find a bigger place to live. Her 17-year-old daughter sleeps on a mattress in the dining room behind a black sheet pinned to the ceiling, while her 2-year-old son shares a room with her and her husband...
  • Fall sports: C.M. Wright tops Garrison Forest in field hockey, 3-0

    The No. 7 host C. Milton Wright field hockey team used its speed and teamwork to upset No. 1 Garrison Forest, 3-0, at its inaugural tournament Saturday. The loss ended a 37-game unbeaten streak by the Grizzlies (1-1). "We couldn't get started,"...
  • Libby Komaiko, Ensemble Espanol founder

    Libby Komaiko, Ensemble Espanol founder
    Before she became known as Dame Libby, an honorific bestowed upon her by the king of Spain, Libby Komaiko was a Chicago-born, Evanston-bred girl of Russian and Eastern European descent with her sights set on the bright lights of Broadway. "However,...
  • Michael Jackson-AEG verdict: Jury foreman says 'no winners in this'

    Michael Jackson-AEG verdict: Jury foreman says 'no winners in this'
    A Los Angeles jury on Wednesday found that concert promoter AEG Live was not liable for the death of Michael Jackson, capping a marathon civil trial that laid bare the troubled singer’s health problems, struggles with drugs and fateful attempt at...
  • AEG Live found not liable in Jackson's death

    AEG Live found not liable in Jackson's death
    A Los Angeles jury on Wednesday found that concert promoter AEG Live was not liable for the death of Michael Jackson, capping a marathon civil trial that laid bare the troubled singer's health problems, struggles with drugs and fateful attempt at a...
  • In Canada's Alberta province, oil sands boom is a two-edged sword

    In Canada's Alberta province, oil sands boom is a two-edged sword
    FORT CHIPEWYAN, Canada — In the Cree language, the word "athabasca" means "a place where grass is everywhere." Here in Alberta, the Athabasca River slices through forests of spruce and birch before spilling into a vast freshwater delta and Lake...