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  • Pete Petiprin: He survived Pearl Harbor to serve 41 years in the Navy

    Pete Petiprin: He survived Pearl Harbor to serve 41 years in the Navy
    Pete Petiprin was aboard the USS Helm when the bombs began falling. "We could see the Japanese planes coming. ... It looked like a flight of bumblebees," he said in an interview videotaped three years ago that marked the 70th anniversary of the attack...
  • Virginia Arts Festival returns in 2015 with an international lineup of music, theater and dance stars

    Virginia Arts Festival returns in 2015 with an international lineup of music, theater and dance stars
    An international lineup of artists in music, theater and dance highlight the Virginia Arts Festival's 2015 season announced this week. Subscriptions are now on sale. The 19th season will open April 10 with Ballet Hispanico, a Latin-inspired troupe...
  • Religion column: Share your faith publicly

    "Repent and be saved!" The preacher on his make-shift pulpit caught my attention, not for the first time. Earlier in the summer, I had noticed him in this upscale public square in a local tourist mecca. That day I did not stop to listen. But on a sunny...
  • FHP: Orlando woman drove Mercedes SUV into her own house

    FHP: Orlando woman drove Mercedes SUV into her own house
    An Orlando woman with two 7-year-olds in the back seat hit the gas instead of the brakes and drove a Mercedes SUV into her own house Saturday morning, a Florida Highway Patrol spokeswoman said. Shoba Srikantan was backing out of a driveway on Westminster...
  • Wonders unfurl at Getty, Met tapestry shows on Rubens, Coecke

    Wonders unfurl at Getty, Met tapestry shows on Rubens, Coecke
    Few tapestries woven in Europe during the Renaissance surpass in sheer beauty, technical mastery and narrative charm one that Pieter Coecke van Aelst designed in 1548. It depicts God accusing Adam and Eve of perfidy in the Garden of Eden. Like a...
  • Dan Walker walks into Illinois governor's mansion

    Dan Walker walks into Illinois governor's mansion
    As political theater, the 2014 Illinois gubernatorial race between Bruce Rauner and Pat Quinn is a natural. Pitting a hard-charging businessman against a streetwise incumbent, it evokes a wrestling card: "Daddy Warbucks vs. The Common Man." But this...
  • Emancipation Day programs

    Emancipation Day programs
    To commemorate the 150th Anniversary of Emancipation Day in Maryland on Nov. 1, Howard County Heritage sites will participate in a day of special programming that is free and open to the public. Additional parking for Ellicott City events will be...
  • Bernard Mayes, founder of first suicide hotline, dies at 85

    Bernard Mayes, founder of first suicide hotline, dies at 85
    All things considered, Bernard Mayes had done most of them. He was the first board chairman of National Public Radio. He was a journalist, a gay rights activist, a university dean, a classics scholar who translated plays from the Greek, and an...
  • Datebook

    Sunday, Nov. 2 Movie The Jewish federation of Howard County presents "Orchestra of Exiles" at 3 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 2, at Howard Community College's Smith Theatre, 10901 Little Patuxent Parkway in Columbia. The movie is the story of Bronislaw Huberman, a...
  • Community: Summer rain adds romance to reception

    Community: Summer rain adds romance to reception
    Elizabeth Ann Lazier and Joseph Michael Schomburg were married in August at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in Glendale, the home parish of the bride’s family for more than 20 years. Rev. Canon Mark A. Weitzel, who has known the bride since she...
  • In Theory: On mandated tolerance at religious schools

    After allegations last spring that several schools in Birmingham, England had been infiltrated by a group of people “with a restricted and narrow interpretation of their faith” trying to achieve an “Islamisation” of secular state...