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  • Harford County Police Blotter

    Harford Sheriff's deputies and Maryland State Police report: Aberdeen Dishesha M. Laurey, 24, of the 100 block of Hamilton Place, was charged Thursday with second-degree assault. William Franklin Richardson, 47, of the 800 block of Gilbert Road, was...
  • Why I Really Liked 'Lincoln'

    Why I Really Liked 'Lincoln'
    Reviews of the new Stephen Spielberg-Daniel Day Lewis supermovie “Lincoln” have been mixed, ranging from “best movie of the year” to “I fell asleep while Sally Field was doing her impersonation of Sally Field playing Mary...
  • The Crowd: SCR kicks off Orange Coast social season

    The Crowd: SCR kicks off Orange Coast social season
    On Aug. 8, a celebration unfolded that marked the 49th anniversary of a most respected local cultural force. South Coast Repertory held its 34th annual gala celebrating exemplary theater for local audiences, often attracting national acclaim. Not to be...
  • Review: 'The Impeachment of Abraham Lincoln'

    Review: 'The Impeachment of Abraham Lincoln'
    -------------------- The Impeachment of Abraham Lincoln A Novel Stephen L. Carter Alfred A. Knopf: 517 pp., $26.95 -------------------- What if Abraham Lincoln had lived? What would have happened? Stephen L. Carter's new novel suggests one answer....
  • Lincoln taps Bond to win the war

    The new Spielberg movie, "Lincoln," looks like it'll be a big success. Which means Hollywood will be hoping for a sequel. Unfortunately, a sequel will be hard to create, unless there's a yet-untapped audience for a film titled "Andrew Johnson." But...
  • Carnett: Historical 'what if' can be fun for a moment

    Human beings exhibit a remarkable capacity for positing head-scratching "what ifs." What if I'd been born in County Cork instead of Orange County? What if I stood 6-foot-5 instead of 5-foot-6? (Actually, I'm 5 8½.) What if I had pipes like Pavarotti?...
  • Around Town: The mystery of Delos Arnold

    As a community service, the Around Town column will occasionally supplement the Valley Sun 10-20-30 Years Ago feature with news from 19th century. For example, last week, we brought you news from 137 years ago. (“Neighborhood news from 1885,”...
  • Who will be our next profiles in courage?

    One of the great works in politics and political rhetoric is John F. Kennedy's Pulitzer Prize-winning Profiles in Courage. Courage has always been important to the Kennedys, who created a Profile in Courage Award a generation ago, and the awards, although...
  • Campaign rules for federal employees get an update

    Campaign rules for federal employees get an update
    Even as Congress and the White House appeared to be at a standoff over the fiscal cliff last month, lawmakers and the president were able to agree on at least one thing: an update of the Hatch Act. The 1939 law prohibits federal employees and certain...
  • Back Story: Learning history on the road

    Back Story: Learning history on the road
    Sharon Boston, media relations manager at University of Maryland Medical Center, normally spends her days fielding requests from the media. But when it comes to weekends and vacations, it's a safe bet that she's on the road, traveling to visit homes...
  • TV review: 'Killing Lincoln' all over again

    TV review: 'Killing Lincoln' all over again
    America's fascination with Abraham Lincoln seems nearly limitless--Steven Spielberg's "Lincoln" is an Oscar favorite, Doris Kearns Goodwin's 2005 book "Team of Rivals," on which Spielberg's film is partly based, remains on the New York Times bestseller...