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Crosswords
Crossword puzzles take the form of a square grid of black and white squares. The goal of this word puzzle is to fill the white squares with letters, forming words or phrases, by solving clues which lead to the answers. (HARTFORD COURANT)
Crossword puzzles take the form of a square grid of black and white squares. The goal of this word puzzle is to fill the white squares with letters, forming words or phrases, by solving clues which lead to the answers. (HARTFORD COURANT) « Show less

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  • Phyllis C. Bathurst, microbiologist

    Phyllis C. Bathurst, microbiologist
    Phyllis C. Bathurst, a board-certified microbiologist who worked at Greater Baltimore Medical Center, died there Oct. 26 of a heart attack. She was 65. The daughter of James Fink, movement director with the Lake Erie, Franklin, & Clarion Railroad, and...
  • First Keystone Community Bank becomes a partner and other company news

    First Keystone Community Bank becomes partner Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Wilkins & Associates recently announced that First Keystone Community Bank, a subsidiary of First Keystone Corporation, has become a part of their Independent Family of...
  • 'Sleepy Hollow' recap: Happy entrails to you

    'Sleepy Hollow' recap: Happy entrails to you
    You might think that a bony, fur-covered wolf-like creature with antler horns, a demon face and a penchant for disemboweling its victims would be the star of this episode of Fox’s hit supernatural, sci-fi buddy cop drama, “Sleepy Hollow.&...
  • Ehrlich rants an embarrassment

    Ehrlich rants an embarrassment
    Not quite 10 years ago when I moved to Baltimore from a D.C. suburb, I made the decision to switch from The Washington Post to The Baltimore Sun for my daily news read. Ever since, I have had the paper delivered to my home on a daily basis. Even as it has...
  • From Little Saigon to San Jose, a faithful bus connection

    From Little Saigon to San Jose, a faithful bus connection
    Just before he climbs aboard the shiny white bus, Tau Pham hands his satchel to the guys loading cargo. Quickly, they stuff it next to dragon fruit, car parts, homemade sticky rice and today's editions of the Vietnamese newspapers. Pham thanks them...
  • Making video games in Baltimore with Sid Meier

    Making video games in Baltimore with Sid Meier
    What does it take to make a video game? The complicated answer to that question lies at the heart of a new exhibit at The Baltimore Museum of Industry titled “The Video Game Wizards – Transforming Science and Art into Games” that opens...
  • TIFF 2014: Is Jon Stewart's 'Rosewater' headed for bigger things?

    TIFF 2014: Is Jon Stewart's 'Rosewater' headed for bigger things?
    Jon Stewart was on his way to introduce the fourth sellout screening of his movie "Rosewater" at the Telluride Film Festival when a fan popped out of the concession line to introduce herself. "I hate to jump in, but I loved your piece on Ferguson,"...
  • 'What women want' category on 'Jeopardy' slammed for sexism

    'What women want' category on 'Jeopardy' slammed for sexism
    .@Jeopardy? For a "smart" show, you just got srsly stupid RT @DJRumspringa: ARE YOU SERIOUS @Jeopardy?? pic.twitter.com/LEZcSw8K5A #SexismIsUgly— Sophia Bush (@SophiaBush) September 29, 2014 What is a vacuum cleaner? What is Pilates? According...
  • Community: Still laughing at 100 years young

    Community: Still laughing at 100 years young
    Perhaps we'd all live to be 100 if we had the happy-go-lucky attitude of Leora Pearl Wilson. A birthday party marking her centennial year was held on Sept. 13 at the First Presbyterian Church of Hollywood, where she has made many friends over the years....
  • Rhyme and reason: The Times readers' best opinionated poems

    Rhyme and reason: The Times readers' best opinionated poems
    Once again, the poets came through. When we asked readers to submit opinionated poems for this year's Op-Ed poetry pages, we heard from nearly 1,000 of you. Your poems dealt with just about every aspect of modern life — with war and peace, with...
  • Using brain power to fight effects of aging

    Using brain power to fight effects of aging
    Whenever someone asks former U.S. Surgeon General Richard Carmona how his day is going, he typically responds with, "Every day is the same! I'm fighting aging and gravity." But unlike many of the rest of us, the 64-year-old doctor has a strategy in...