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  • At Boca Museum of Art, heroes and the West

    At Boca Museum of Art, heroes and the West
    Painter Edward Hopper believed that for art to be honest, its creator had to bring to it a sense of “wonder and humility.” Three exhibitions opening Tuesday, Oct. 8, at the Boca Museum of Art celebrate America’s natural majesty and...
  • 'Scandal' recap, 'Mrs. Smith Goes to Washington'

    I’m going to begin by saying that I was not sure about this episode from the preview. Hostage situation? It’s been done so many times that I feared that we may be getting the first predictable episode of “Scandal” ever....
  • Ina Lee, owner, Travelhost Elite of Greater Fort Lauderdale

    Ina Lee, owner, Travelhost Elite of Greater Fort Lauderdale
    Last week: The passing of E. Clay Shaw was sad for our community — not just because he was a great statesman but because he embodied a bygone era when congressional leaders worked for the betterment of the country with a bipartisan spirit rather...
  • Tributes pour in for teacher killed in Nevada school shooting

    Tributes pour in for teacher killed in Nevada school shooting
    SPARKS, Nev.--Flags in Nevada have been ordered to half-staff and tributes continued to pour in Tuesday for a teacher who died trying to intervene when a student at his middle school shot two schoolmates before killing the instructor and himself....
  • Sparks students say school shooter may have been bullied

    Sparks students say school shooter may have been bullied
    SPARKS, Nev. – He was dressed like any other student at Sparks Middle School: standard khaki pants and a Sparks sweatshirt. He was tall for a middle schooler, with dark, spiked hair, and in his hand early Monday was a Ruger 9-millimeter...
  • Bullying may have motivated Nevada school shooter

    Bullying may have motivated Nevada school shooter
    SPARKS, Nev. — He was dressed like any other student at Sparks Middle School: standard khaki pants and a Sparks sweat shirt. He was tall for a middle schooler, with dark, spiked hair, and he held a Ruger 9-millimeter semiautomatic handgun in his...
  • Thoughts from Dr. Joe: The twisted line of telling a story

    After 10 months of writing and researching five hours a day, umpteen thousand words and 66 chapters, I'm pages away from completing my book. I'm hoping to finish today; however I must complete this column, teach at the Leadership Institute in San...
  • Police say city officer killed firefighter, girlfriend in murder-suicide

    Police say city officer killed firefighter, girlfriend in murder-suicide
    Christopher Robinson was struggling to accept the end of his relationship with Marie Hartman, continuing to send her text messages and flowers even as his relatives told him he needed to move on. Early Sunday morning, Robinson, a Baltimore police...
  • Andrew Scott Hoffman, 27, of Glen Burnie

    Andrew Scott Hoffman, 27, of Glen Burnie
    Friends and family remembered Baltimore firefighter Andrew Scott Hoffman, 27, who died early Sunday as the victim in a suspected murder-suicide, as a hero dedicated to the fire department. Fire Chief Jeffrey Segal issued a statement regarding Hoffman'...
  • Song written for slain Baltimore civil rights leader

    Song written for slain Baltimore civil rights leader
    Joe DeFilippo felt so moved reading about slain Baltimore Civil Rights worker William Lewis Moore that he wrote a song about the postal worker who was killed 50 years ago in Alabama. DeFilippo, a 36-year Baltimore County Public Schools teacher, felt...
  • Literary Saloon: A boy, a dog, a mystery — it all adds up

    Literary Saloon: A boy, a dog, a mystery — it all adds up
    When last we read Theresa Schwegel, she was four fine novels into a successful career. The first book, "Officer Down" (2005) won the prestigious Edgar Award for Best First Novel by an American Author. That was followed by "Probable Cause" (2007),...