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  • Queen Elizabeth And Crowds Brave Rain For Jubilee Armada

    Queen Elizabeth And Crowds Brave Rain For Jubilee Armada
    LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's Queen Elizabeth joined an armada of 1,000 vessels and more than a million cheering spectators on Sunday to celebrate her 60th year on the throne with the most dazzling display of pageantry seen on London's River Thames for 350...
  • News of the Weird: Strange reasons for getting divorced

    News of the Weird:   Strange reasons for getting divorced
    All U.S. states have forms of no-fault divorce, but not England, which requires that couples prove adultery or abandonment or "unreasonable behavior," which leads to sometimes-epic weirdness, according to an April New York Times dispatch from London....
  • Towson attorney, 2 sons-in-law killed on trip to England

    Two Catonsville residents were killed, along with another man, Monday night in a car accident in England, police said. Stephen J. Hughes, 57, a partner in the Towson firm of Treanor, Pope and Hughes; Gregory Brooks, 39, a graphic designer who lived in...
  • From the Advocate Archives: Bath Salts are legal... but think about it before using them

    From the Advocate Archives:  Bath Salts are legal... but think about it before using them
    [Note: This article was originally posted on the Hartford Advocate's website on June 17, 2010.  We're featuring it once again, due to the recent upturn in bath salts-related crime.]   The story about the British teenager who tore off his scrotum while...
  • Towson lawyer killed in England crash recalled for quick wit, love for his kids

    Towson lawyer killed in England crash recalled for quick wit, love for his kids
    The Cardinal Gibbons High School class of 1972 thought about canceling its 40th reunion after learning of the sudden loss of the man who organized the event. Instead, they picked up where Stephen J. Hughes left off and turned the gathering Sunday into a...
  • Prince Philip Leaves Hospital Before Birthday

    Prince Philip Leaves Hospital Before Birthday
    LONDON (Reuters) - Prince Philip, the husband of Britain's Queen Elizabeth, left hospital on the eve of his 91st birthday on Saturday, five days after he was taken ill during celebrations to mark the monarch's 60 years on the throne. Looking relaxed...
  • Tickets to concerts by Duran Duran, Jason Aldean go on sale Friday, June 15

    Tickets to concerts by Duran Duran, Jason Aldean go on sale Friday, June 15
    Here are two separate chunks of local concert news. Eighties dance-rock kings Duran Duran will play Portsmouth on Aug. 22. Meanwhile, country rocker Jason Aldean is headed for the Virginia Beach on Aug. 24. Tickets to both shows go on sale 10 a.m. Friday,...
  • She warned us

    LONDON -- One of many things left out of the film "The Iron Lady" was Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's warnings on the effects a single currency would have on the economies of European nations. Thatcher's premonitions place her among the great political...
  • Q&A: Flux Pavilion

    Q&A: Flux Pavilion
    Dubstep producer Flux Pavilion may reveal some uniquely British charm from time-to-time, like when he describes the part of his act that involves “jumping about, playing lots of fun, ridiculous music,” but his appeal is intercontinental....
  • China protests Ai Weiwei documentary by exiting film festival

    China protests Ai Weiwei documentary by exiting film festival
    China has reportedly withdrawn its delegation from a documentary film festival in Britain in reaction to the festival's screening of a new movie about Ai Weiwei, the artist and political activist who has repeatedly found himself in trouble with Chinese...
  • Danny Boyle inspired by 'The Tempest' for Olympics ceremony

    Danny Boyle inspired by 'The Tempest' for Olympics ceremony
    Oscar-winning director Danny Boyle said that William Shakespeare's play "The Tempest" served as an inspiration for his recently revealed designs for the opening ceremony of the 2012 London Olympics. The live extravaganza, which will be broadcast on...