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  • Anthony J. Konstant, restaurateur, dies

    Anthony J. Konstant, restaurateur, dies
    Anthony K. Konstant, a civil rights advocate and restaurateur who led the way in desegregating restaurants on U.S. 40 in northeast Maryland and later owned the landmark Williamsburg Inn in White Marsh for many years, died Friday of heart failure at Oak...
  • From Canyon To Cove: Post 9/11, we look over our shoulders

    Where were you when you learned that John F. Kennedy had been assassinated? I was on an elementary school playground in Ohio that had gone suddenly quiet, as we watched one of our teachers slowly sink into a swing and begin to sob uncontrollably. We...
  • Omarr's Daily Astrological Forecast April 4, 2011

    BIRTHDAY GUY: Actor Barry Pepper was born in Campbell River, British Columbia, on this date in 1970. This birthday guy is mostly known for his powerful supporting roles in films such as "We Were Soldiers," "The Green Mile" and "Saving Private Ryan." His...
  • 'Mad Men,' 'Modern Family' take top Emmys

    'Mad Men,' 'Modern Family' take top Emmys
    It was repeat victories for ABC's "Modern Family" and AMC's "Mad Men" on Sunday night as they captured the marquee prizes at the 63rd annual Emmy Awards. The sitcom about a deliciously dysfunctional family won its second consecutive trophy for...
  • Harry Belafonte carries his own tune in HBO's 'Sing Your Song'

    Singer ... actor ... activist ... all major elements of a singular life. Harry Belafonte overcame racism to emerge as a major force not only in entertainment but also in civil rights. Making its HBO debut Monday, Oct. 17, after showings at the Sundance...
  • Wall Street protest's long historical roots

    Wall Street protest's long historical roots
    Spend any time with Occupy Wall Street, as I have during the last two weeks, and you come away believing the movement is here for the long run. In New York, where I live, they have made a home out of Zuccotti Park. The park, which is dominated by honey...
  • Lobdell: Who's to blame for Arizona shooting?

    Can you imagine our congressmen — John Campbell and Dana Rohrabacher — surrounded by bodyguards each time they make a public appearance in Newport-Mesa? Me neither. With 435 representatives and 100 senators, that would be quite an army...
  • Sargent Shriver Dies

    Sargent Shriver Dies
    R. Sargent Shriver, who was responsible for launching the U.S. Peace Corps after marrying into the Kennedy family and joining John F. Kennedy's White House, has died, a family source told CNN. Shriver, whose full name was Robert Sargent Shriver, was 95....
  • As Blago wraps up for day, he denies one more shakedown charge

    As Blago wraps up for day, he denies one more shakedown charge
    Before the trial wrapped up for the day, Rod Blagojevich began testifying about charges he tried to force a campaign donation from a horseracing executive by holding off on signing a bill that diverted casino funds to the struggling horse tracks in...
  • New exhibit commemorates RFK's speech following MLK's death

    New exhibit commemorates RFK's speech following MLK's death
    A member of the Kennedy family came to Indianapolis Thursday night to mark a moment in history made in the Circle City. A new exhibit at the Indiana History Center commemorates the speech made by Robert F. Kennedy on the day Martin Luther King Jr. was...
  • Chris Kennedy: Research fuels job creation

    The University of Illinois and the state’s other major academic institutions must do a better job partnering with business and political leaders to bring more research funding to the state, U. of I. board chair Christopher Kennedy urged Tuesday....