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  • On common ground, Orioles and Nationals have complicated relationship

    On common ground, Orioles and Nationals have complicated relationship
    For decades, the Orioles commanded a sweeping empire of fans — a territory larger than some European countries, stretching from southern Pennsylvania to North Carolina and including Washington, where the team operated a popular retail store. The...
  • Newport opens new civic center

    Newport opens new civic center
    Music, food and bunny rabbits welcomed hundreds of area residents to the opening of Newport Beach's new Civic Center on Saturday. As the 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing Band played "Stars and Stripes Forever" before Saturday's ceremony, many families checked...
  • Back Story: Presidents say the darnedest things

    Back Story: Presidents say the darnedest things
    Paul Dickson, a Garrett Park resident, loves the origins of words and is a compiler of word books and dictionaries. So imagine my delight and pleasure when my friend, Mary Garson, who is also fascinated with etymology, gave me a copy of Dickson's...
  • Digest: Oakland Mills forward Long will join Patsos at Siena

    Colleges Oakland Mills forward Long will join Patsos at Siena Oakland Mills senior Lavon Long committed to Siena during an official visit Thursday. The 6-foot-6 forward signed with Loyola in November, but received a release from his letter of intent...
  • Marie Kolasinski dies at 90; Christian activist ran O.C. crafts business

    Marie Kolasinski dies at 90; Christian activist ran O.C. crafts business
    Marie Kolasinski, a devoutly anti-government Orange County grandmother who was sent to jail at 85 after clashing with health inspectors at her popular quilting and crafts emporium, has died. She was 90. Once dubbed "Che Kolasinski" by a local newspaper...
  • McManus: Americans Elect meets reality

    McManus: Americans Elect meets reality
    What happens if you start a political party and nobody comes? Six months ago, a newfangled third party burst onto the scene, full of hope and promise. It was called Americans Elect, and it sought to give voters a choice many said they were looking for:...
  • Joe Scarborough on ‘Meet the Press’; Peggy Noonan on ‘Face the Nation’

     
    The guest list for the last Sunday morning programs before the 2012 election: NBC's “Meet the Press” will feature¬†White House senior¬†adviser David Plouffe and House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, R-Va. The program starts at 9 a.m. on WESH-...
  • Can Barack Obama win public sentiment on health care?

     
    Television unfurled many talking heads Thursday about the U.S. Supreme Court's upholding the health care law. Those talking heads usually split along political lines. But two historians stood out with their assessments on CNN. “President Obama got a...
  • A natural history that almost wasn't: 'America's Other Audubon'

     
    As a little girl in Ohio in the mid-1800s, Genevieve "Gennie" Jones would accompany her country doctor father in his buggy as he visited patients. Along the way they'd discuss the natural world, which turned into a lifelong passion. Then......
  • 'The Selected Essays of Gore Vidal'

    'The Selected Essays of Gore Vidal'
    June 18, 2008 At 82, Gore Vidal is America's most formidable man of letters. The page of previously published work included in the front matter of this latest volume -- "The Selected Essays of Gore Vidal" -- lists 24 novels, a nonfiction book, two...
  • 'Mad Men' recap: 'A moment before you need more happiness'

     
    On "Mad Men," one life ends while another moves forward....