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  • Pomp and ceremony as Polasek statue unveiled in Prague

     Pomp and ceremony as Polasek statue unveiled in Prague
    In an email, Debbie Komanski, executive director of Winter Park's Albin Polasek Museum, checked in from the festivities in Prague, Czech Republic. Komanski and other officials of the Polasek Foundation, which oversees the museum, flew to Prague to attend...
  • Q&A: Neville Longbottom nerdy no more

    Q&A: Neville Longbottom nerdy no more
    RedEye met Lewis on the day the film came out in the U.S., which was also the day after a night at Studio Paris and Hub 51 left him tweeting, “I am very hungover. I am very busy. This is an ill-advised combination. Chicago, my apologies.” No...
  • When will Washington stop believing Iran's lies?

    When will Washington stop believing Iran's lies?
    If ever there was a time when "see, I told you so" was warranted, it is now as the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) reported last week that Iran is close to developing a nuclear weapon. That so many in the State Department over several...
  • It was a witch hunt at Penn State

    It was a witch hunt at Penn State
    In the past 10 days, analogies have been made linking Joe Paterno to Adolf Hitler, Saddam Hussein and the Devil. Who's next, bin Laden? We have seen a witch hunt, and Paterno, the man who in large part made Penn State a national university, has been...
  • Radio host Ira Glass assures Goucher grads, 'It's normal to feel lost'

    Radio host Ira Glass assures Goucher grads, 'It's normal to feel lost'
    The program at Goucher College's 121st commencement ceremony Friday listed speaker Ira Glass' main connection to the Towson college: His grandmother was a member of its Class of 1931. In the public radio host's remarks, he added that college President...
  • Karl Max Jenkins, engineer

    Karl Max Jenkins, engineer
    Karl Max Jenkins, a former German merchant mariner who jumped ship in Baltimore and later became a stationary engineer and building superintendent, died Saturday of heart failure at Oak Crest Village retirement community. The former longtime Lauraville...
  • Bruce P. Wilson, bank president

    Bruce P. Wilson, bank president
    Bruce Page Wilson, former president of Mercantile-Safe Deposit & Trust Co., who earlier had been president of the old Baltimore & Annapolis Railroad, died July 5 of complications from a stroke at Nubbin Ridge, his Green Spring Valley home, where he had...
  • Mendte on KONY 2012

    Mendte on KONY 2012
    It is safe to say that last week, 99 percent of the people in this country had never heard the name Joseph Kony. That percentage is falling by the second thanks to an organized YouTube, Twitter and Facebook campaign that says as much about the power of...
  • Patience Abbe dies at 87; bestselling child author

    Patience Abbe dies at 87; bestselling child author
    Patience Abbe was only 11 when the memoir she wrote with her two brothers, "Around the World in Eleven Years," climbed onto the bestseller lists for grown-ups in 1936. As the siblings recounted their nomadic childhood in Europe and subsequent move to...
  • Monster Mash: Analysis of Eli Broad's planned art museum; exhibition on Hitler extended in Germany

     
    Mega-millions: More analysis of the designs for Eli Broad's planned contemporary art museum in downtown L.A. (Los Angeles Times) Dictator: The German Historical Museum in Berlin has extended its exhibition on Adolf Hitler due to popular demand. (Reuters)...
  • Golden Globes hasn't asked Ricky Gervais back for a third year [Updated]

     
    Hollywood Foreign Press to Ricky Gervais: We don't want you back!...