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  • A sardine epiphany in Douarnenez, France

    A sardine epiphany in Douarnenez, France
    My father used to eat sardines, bones and all and packed in oil, out of a can, which appalled me as a little girl. When I was older, I saw perfectly civilized people eating whitebait, or English sardines, in pubs near the water, and consuming enticing...
  • Dipping into the pools of Berlin

    Dipping into the pools of Berlin
    BERLIN - The indelible image of the former East German Olympic female swimmer: big, burly and unbeatable. After the Berlin Wall fell, former swimming coaches confirmed that the freakishly masculine women had taken steroids under the Stasi-run sports...
  • Chan Lowe: Allen West and communists

    Chan Lowe: Allen West and communists
    The Colonel is a cartoonist’s dream. There have been so many outrageous utterances, each one topping the last, that it’s been hard to keep up. That this newly-minted National Hero of the Right happens to be a local figure (at least until he...
  • Theater review: 'The Crucible' at Theatre Downtown

    Theater review: 'The Crucible' at Theatre Downtown
    Lies. Gossip. Accusations. Spite. These are the things that live in the shadows of our lives, lurking and waiting to spring forth whenever the ugly side of human nature allows. Theatre Downtown's production of "The Crucible" shines a light on this...
  • Schurick guilty of election fraud in robocall case

    Schurick guilty of election fraud in robocall case
    A Baltimore jury Tuesday found Paul Schurick, former Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.'s campaign manager, guilty of fraud and related charges for his role in an Election Day 2010 robocall — a decision hailed by government watchdog groups who say that...
  • Orioles' presence at Cespedes' workout showcases expanded international efforts

    Orioles' presence at Cespedes' workout showcases expanded international efforts
    Desperately lagging in the world baseball market, the Orioles are attempting to step up their international efforts, and this weekend might serve as a primary example of that change in philosophy. An Orioles contingent — to include manager Buck...
  • Miguel de la Madrid dies at 77; former president of Mexico

    Miguel de la Madrid dies at 77; former president of Mexico
    MEXICO CITY —Former Mexican President Miguel de la Madrid, who led the country amid economic meltdown and natural disaster in the 1980s but laid the groundwork for freer markets and political opening, has died. He was 77. De la Madrid died Sunday...
  • Joseph Hittelman dies at 100; physician persecuted in McCarthy era

    Joseph Hittelman dies at 100; physician persecuted in McCarthy era
    Dr. Joseph Hittelman, a Los Angeles physician whose advocacy of reforms such as healthcare for the poor led to his persecution as a subversive during the McCarthy era, died Tuesday at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. He was 100. The cause...
  • York County church ministers to visiting Chinese workers

    York County church ministers to visiting Chinese workers
    Mo Lijun wears a cross around her neck and proudly proclaims, "I am Christian, now." It's a new development for the 22-year-old from the Yunnan province of China. She is one of about 200 Chinese students working in Williamsburg for the summer, as part of...
  • Cuba's high court rejects appeal by Maryland man

    Cuba's Supreme Court rejected an appeal by Maryland contractor Alan Gross to be released from a 15-year prison sentence for alleged spying. The court claimed that Gross, of Potomac, who was arrested in December 2009 after distributing computer...
  • Soviet fall and Arab Spring

    Soviet fall and Arab Spring
    Twenty years ago, tens of thousands of Russians took to the streets of Moscow, just as Egyptians, Tunisians and Syrians have this year — rejecting the old order, demanding freedom and democracy. That August, the Russian democrats prevailed because...