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  • 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...
  • South suburban events, Sept. 18-24

    South suburban events, Sept. 18-24
    Here's a look at upcoming events in and around the south suburbs. Listings are subject to change. Please call the venue in advance. To submit an event for consideration, please visit http://triblocal.com/events. Thursday, Sept. 18 Traditional Irish...
  • 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...
  • Farmington Valley Muslim Group Buys Former Church In Avon

    Farmington Valley Muslim Group Buys Former Church In Avon
    AVON — The former Christ Church on Harris Road has been sold to the Farmington Valley American Muslim Center and will become that organization's permanent home. The sale was announced recently by the Episcopal Diocese of Connecticut, which had...
  • Elizabeth B. 'Bettie' Delaplaine, Frederick activist

    Elizabeth B. 'Bettie' Delaplaine, Frederick activist
    Elizabeth B. "Bettie" Delaplaine, former director of special events for the Frederick News-Post newspaper and a community activist and patron of the arts, died Thursday at Frederick Memorial Hospital of complications from a blood infection and a kidney...
  • Hartford's Ring Of Parks

    Hartford's Ring Of Parks
    All cities go through phases as they develop from small ports or county hubs. In the mid-1890s, Hartford went through a phase known as "the rain of parks," which fell around the city's periphery. In a span of months — August 1894 to November 1895...
  • The God Squad: Letting go of anger is our only healthy option

    Q: I was raised in the Episcopal Church, and even though a good Christian will forgive someone who's hurt you, I'm having a very difficult time forgiving my ex-husband for all he did to hurt our two daughters. He's never asked for my forgiveness. However,...
  • Victim Claims Church Failed To Act On Abuse Claim

    Victim Claims Church Failed To Act On Abuse Claim
    A woman who says she was sexually abused as a minor by her church pastor's son asserts in a new lawsuit that, by failing to act on her complaint, the Episcopal Diocese of Connecticut and its employees permitted the abuse of additional children. The...
  • Theresa Anderson, Hutzler's luncheonette worker

    Theresa Anderson, Hutzler's luncheonette worker
    Theresa Anderson, a retired downtown Hutzler's luncheonette worker, died of a hemorrhage Oct. 20 at St. Agnes Hospital. The Catonsville resident was 95. Born Mary Theresa Jones in Baltimore and raised on Tessier Street in what is now Seton Hill, she...
  • Prince William and Kate Middleton's wedding minister to preach in Williamsburg this weekend

    Prince William and Kate Middleton's wedding minister to preach in Williamsburg this weekend
    If there had to be just one indication of the very public nature of the Bishop of London's job, perhaps it would be a note received by the Right Reverend and Right Honorable Richard Chartres in the spring of 2011. It was just a few days after he had...