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Mother's Day

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  • Melvin Mowrey, Sweetheart plant manager

    Melvin Mowrey, Sweetheart plant manager
    Melvin Mowrey Jr., a retired Sweetheart Cup operations manager, died of chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder March 6 at Dove House in Westminster. The Reisterstown resident was 76. Born in Baltimore and raised on Christian Street, he was the son of...
  • Dogwood leaf spots don't mean doom

    Dogwood leaf spots don't mean doom
    My dogwood had leaf spots last summer. Now my neighbors say it's dead and I should cut it down. Should I? Your neighbors may think it had Discula anthracnose, a fungal disease that slowly killed many dogwoods — particularly stressed ones —...
  • Is 'Duke Porn Star' Belle Knox a feminist or a troubled young woman?

    Is 'Duke Porn Star' Belle Knox a feminist or a troubled young woman?
    The one thing you've got to say about Miriam "Duke Porn Star" Weeks is that she's probably not racking up much in the way of student loans at Duke University. Or is she? The story on Duke freshman Weeks, who's "working" her way through college by flying...
  • Getting crafty with DIY Playbook team

    Getting crafty with DIY Playbook team
    Casey O'Halloran and Bridget O'Connor, best friends since high school, have always been crafty. They launched their do-it-yourself blog, DIY Playbook (thediyplaybook.com), in March 2013. "Our motto is that we have big-league decorating dreams on a...
  • Businesses in shadow of closed theater wait, worry

    Businesses in shadow of closed theater wait, worry
    As a milliner, Lisa Farrell makes hand-crafted hats for women and children and sells them from her shop, Ooh-La-La in Highland Park. Lately, she's also been playing the Powerball. "I keep hoping I win the lottery so I can buy the building," Farrell...
  • Secret gifts brighten Wheaton boy's battle against cancer

    Secret gifts brighten Wheaton boy's battle against cancer
    The mystery packages started showing up in August of 2012. The Full family just had their fourth child and found themselves driving their 6-year-old from Wheaton to Chicago to learn about things they never thought they'd have to, like medulloblastoma...
  • New Olympic Sport

    New Olympic Sport
    There are certain traditional editorial cartoons I like to draw. Christmas cartoons, New Year's Day, Labor Day, Groundhog Day, Memorial Day, July 4th, Veterans Day, Valentine’s Day, Halloween, Thanksgiving, Mother's Day, Father's Day and that annual...
  • Jean H. Hepner, Fells Point activist

    Jean H. Hepner, Fells Point activist
    Jean H. Hepner, an early Fells Point community activist who restored one of its residential landmarks and fought a planned interstate highway, died of injuries she suffered as a passenger in an automobile accident Feb. 1 on the Baltimore Beltway at Park...
  • Omarr's daily astrological forecast for 02/07/14

    BIRTHDAY GAL: Actress Deborah Ann Woll was born in Brooklyn, New York, today in 1985. This birthday gal has co-starred as Jessica Hamby on "True Blood" since 2008. She's also appeared on episodes of "Law and Order: SVU," "CSI" and "My Name Is Earl." On...
  • Creating a big bang in the Los Feliz real estate market

     Creating a big bang in the Los Feliz real estate market
    "Twilight" film series vampire Robert Pattinson found a warm body to pay $6.375 million for his Los Feliz home. Jim Parsons of "The Big Bang Theory" is the new owner. The 1922 Spanish Colonial-style house has a formal entry, a library/study, a den,...
  • Letters: History calling

    Letters: History calling
    Re “The ‘Mother Ditch,'” April 22 The Times' informative article on the discovery and proposed removal of a portion of the historic “Mother Ditch” leaves one key question unasked: Should this important piece of Los...