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  • 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...
  • Glastonbury Church To Host Haunted House, Collect Items For Food Bank

    Glastonbury Church To Host Haunted House, Collect Items For Food Bank
    GLASTONBURY — St. Luke's Episcopal Church will host its annual Haunted House on Friday to benefit the Glastonbury Food Bank. From 5:30-7:30 p.m., young and old can come out to the "eerie, but family-friendly adventure" that is "fun for all ages."...
  • Recommended classical of the week

    Recommended classical of the week
    Bach Organ Project: The WFMT-sponsored cycle of the complete solo organ works of J.S. Bach concludes with two recitals. At 7:30 p.m. Friday, organists from the North Shore AGO chapter will perform at Alice Millar Chapel (1870 Sheridan Road, Evanston)....
  • Reflection in the garden

     Reflection in the garden
    With days packed full of errands, obligations and events, finding the time to reflect on the direction and wider meaning of one's own life often tends to get pushed to the back burner. To create a space for people to reflect and share with others, two...
  • Sarah I. Sullivan, school development officer

    Sarah I. Sullivan, school development officer
    Sarah I. "Sally" Sullivan, former development officer for the Madeira School in McLean, Va., who earlier had been a financial consultant and a lawyer, died Monday at her Lutherville home of complications from breast cancer. She was 68. The daughter of...
  • Neighbors concerned about Osceola ammunition maker

    Neighbors concerned about Osceola ammunition maker
    The state and Osceola County have pledged as much as $265,000 to bring an ammunition factory to a business center that is also home to an after-school program, church and health department. Rattlesnake Tactical LLC, which is affiliated with U.S....
  • Pets of all stripes due for blessing

     Pets of all stripes due for blessing
    To celebrate the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of animals and the environment, Trinity Episcopal Church in Highland Park and Holy Cross Catholic Church will host pet blessings on Sunday, Oct. 5. Parishioners as well as the public...
  • Turkin's jazz ensemble to perform at Lynn

    It's hard to keep up with Marshall Turkin. At 88, the well-known director, musician and composer maintains a full musical schedule again this season. So it's no surprise that Lynn University has added a second performance of "The Music & Times of...
  • Catholics, Africans, gays and the race card

    Catholics, Africans, gays and the race card
    The Roman Catholic Synod of Bishops that ended over the weekend was a remarkable exercise in transparency, with liberal and conservative prelates openly sparring over whether the church should adopt a more welcoming approach to gays and to Catholics who...
  • Yorktown Day and kick-off events

    Yorktown Day on Sunday marks the 233rd anniversary of the American-French victory over the British in 1781. The victory was the last major military action of the American Revolution and basically secured independence for the American colonies after a six-...
  • Women beware "woman"

    At the Mind Your Language blog at The Guardian, Maddie York is fulminating over woman used as an adjective: "I am a subeditor at the Guardian. I am a woman. I am not a woman subeditor. But 'woman' and its plural seem to be taking over the role of...