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  • Snail Pie Lounge promoter shifting concerts to Westminster

    When British blues artist Matt Schofield took part in his first U.S. tour three years ago, he performed with his band at The Snail Pie Lounge.
  • Pop Essentials

    Main Event Rosanne Cash and John Leventhal The word: Grammy-award winning Roseanne Cash, daughter of country legend Johnny Cash, has lived up to the family name, charting 11 No. 1 Top 40 country singles. Cash will be performing with her Grammy-award...

    His name is Gold, but he plays the blues

    It was seven years ago that Memphis Gold fell out of a tree and broke his back. The 60-year-old guitarist, whose real name is Chester Chandler, said he refused to believe the pessimistic prognosis he was given. "The doctor said, 'Mister Chandler, we...

    Elgin Symphony presenting jazz show with Blues Bros. sax man Lou Marini

    The Elgin Symphony Orchestra next month will be presenting its first jazz concert, which will feature a musician who played with the Blues Brothers and other big acts. The concert will feature Mark Bettcher and his Reunion Jazz Ensemble along with...

    Rock hall opening doors to Ringo Starr

    Rock hall opening doors to Ringo Starr
    The first few years after the Beatles split, Ringo Starr had bragging rights on his mates. He was all over the radio with "It Don't Come Easy," ''Back Off Boogaloo," ''Photograph" and other singles at a time that John Lennon, Paul McCartney and George...
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Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore is a teaching hospital affiliated with Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. In 2012 it opened a $1.1 billion hospital, The Sheikh Zayed Tower and The Charlotte R. Bloomberg Children's Center.

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Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore is a teaching hospital affiliated with Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. In 2012 it opened a $1.1 billion hospital, The Sheikh Zayed Tower and The Charlotte R. Bloomberg Children's Center.

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  • In Baltimore, hundreds of volunteers make Christmas deliveries for others

    In Baltimore, hundreds of volunteers make Christmas deliveries for others
    Three-year-old Zion Berryman came crawling up the basement steps in his pajamas on Christmas morning and squealed, bouncing on his toes and beaming a smile toward the visitors who'd just arrived with several bags of food from the nonprofit Moveable Feast....
  • Robotic hand video

    Robotic hand video
        I wrote last month in my column and blog posts about fifth graders from Western Salisbury Elementary School who wrote to a Johns Hopkins Hospital trauma surgeon to ask him to give one of their teachers a prosthetic hand.     It began when children...
  • Beverly Mason, volunteer

    Beverly Mason, volunteer
    Beverly Mason, a founder of Greater Baltimore Medical Center and a longtime volunteer with Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland, died Nov. 14 of respiratory failure at the Brightwood retirement community in Lutherville. She was 93. The daughter of Benson...
  • Paul M. Long Sr.

    Paul M. Long Sr.
    Paul M. Long Sr., who had been middle school head at St. Paul's School and later became headmaster and savior of the Eastern Shore's Gunston School, died Dec. 10 at the Johns Hopkins Hospital of pneumonia. He was 91. "He very much cared about...
  • For many area fencers, Richard F. Oles Charm City Classic offers chance to combine skill, thrill

    For many area fencers, Richard F. Oles Charm City Classic offers chance to combine skill, thrill
    Dressed in all-white protective gear and wearing a mask, Chris Hoffmann lunged forward. When his blade made contact with his partner, a green light flashed and a shrill bell sounded inside Catonsville's Academies of Fencing in Baltimore practice gym....
  • Mary L. "Weezie" Miller, registered nurse

    Mary L. "Weezie" Miller, registered nurse
    Mary L. "Weezie" Miller, a retired registered nurse who had worked for three decades as a head nurse in methadone maintenance programs, died Nov. 21 at Stella Maris Hospice of kidney failure. She was 92. The daughter of Charles Thomas Frock, a...
  • Richard J. Roszel III, a leader in Episcopal Diocese

    Richard J. Roszel III, a leader in Episcopal Diocese
    Richard J. Roszel III, a real estate broker and a leader in the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland, died of cancer Dec. 2 at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. The Village of Cross Keys resident was 75. Born in Baltimore and raised in Bolton Hill, he was the son of...
  • Katherine H. 'Katzy' Banker, travel agent-editor

    Katherine H. 'Katzy' Banker, travel agent-editor
    Katherine H. "Katzy" Banker, a former travel agent who had been Baltimore magazine's food editor, died Monday at the Blakehurst retirement community in Towson of complications of dementia. She was 81. The daughter of James E. Henderson, a diplomat in...
  • Albert Chi responded to a mother's challenge

    Albert Chi responded to a mother's challenge
       My column in today’s paper is about a fifth-grade class at Western Salisbury Elementary School that is traveling today to Johns Hopkins Hospital to meet with the doctor who granted their amazing request.    It's one of those stories that's so...
  • Salisbury students got their teacher a new hand

    This is a story about fifth-grade students who made their teachers cry. In a good way. First, the news. A group of Western Salisbury Elementary School students, teachers, administrators, chaperones and even educational documentary filmmakers will...
  • Johns Hopkins Trip

    Johns Hopkins Trip
        I wrote Thursday about a class of Western Salisbury Elementary School fifth-graders who asked a Johns Hopkins Hospital trauma surgeon and pioneer in the development of inexpensive prosthetics to build a hand for one of their teachers. Dr. Albert Chi...