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  • Baltimore native Kevin Liles is a big hit in music and beyond

    Baltimore native Kevin Liles is a big hit in music and beyond
    NEW YORK CITY— Kevin Liles is riding high. On a bright August afternoon, the Baltimore-born entertainment mogul is ensconced 35 stories above midtown Manhattan, enjoying lunch at one of the city's most exclusive hotels, the Mandarin Oriental....
  • Meet the Okee Dokee Brothers at Musikfest

    Meet the Okee Dokee Brothers at Musikfest
    Minnesota-based Joe Mailander and Justin Lansing grew up together exploring the outdoors in the Midwest.The duo played in a bluegrass band before switching to family music as The Okee Dokee Brothers. In 2011, they took a month-long canoe trip on the...
  • Scientists think they have dust specks from outside our solar system

    Scientists think they have dust specks from outside our solar system
    Call them the seven wonders of interstellar space: Tiny specks of dust captured by a NASA spacecraft may be the first material from outside the solar system ever caught and brought to Earth. Researchers studying the contents of a capsule returned to...
  • Hubble sees 'zombie star' lurking in space: What it is, why it matters

    Hubble sees 'zombie star' lurking in space: What it is, why it matters
    Using the Hubble Space Telescope, researchers have spotted a "zombie star" lurking in deep space. What is this astronomical equivalent of the walking dead, and how did it get there? The story involves a rare type of cosmic explosion, detective work...
  • NASA scientist says global warming hiatus is not part of long-term trend

    NASA scientist says global warming hiatus is not part of long-term trend
    NASA scientist Norman Loeb observes the Earth's climate for a living, and what long-term observations clearly show is a rise in average global temperatures of 1.5 degrees F over the past 130 years or so. That rise isn't at a steady, unbroken pace,...
  • Girl Scouts work to come in 'FIRST' in international robotics challenge

    Girl Scouts work to come in 'FIRST' in international robotics challenge
    Lisette Jones, 14, remembers who piqued her interest in robots — her next-door neighbor, a teenager, who was on a high school robotics team. This past weekend, Lisette joined 10 others from the Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles for a three-day...
  • Try some kid-friendly yoga at Musikfest

    Try some kid-friendly yoga at Musikfest
      Get that body stretching with Bethlehem rmusician Kira Willey who performs original music to which young participants are invited to do yoga moves. The founder of Fireflies Musical Yoga for Kids, Willey has released two CDs of children’s yoga...
  • Morgan State warned again about problems in research program

    Morgan State warned again about problems in research program
    Morgan State University continues to have problems managing the largest federal research program in its history and has faced financial penalties from the organization that oversees the program, according to documents released this week. Mismanagement in...
  • Join Dave Fry for his kids' show at Musikfest

    Join Dave Fry for his kids' show at Musikfest
      Bring the kids out to hear Dave Fry’s popular children’s show which returns to Musikfest this year. Fry, who performs for both children and adults, has performed at every Musikfest since it started, although last year, he did not perform a...
  • I want a president who believes in aliens

    I want a president who believes in aliens
    This summer has been an exciting time for political and space-alien junkies alike. On the E.T. front, NASA has discovered so many new planets that it spurred Sara Seager, a professor of planetary science at MIT, to say, “We believe we're very,...
  • NASA braces Mars orbiters for close comet flyby

    NASA braces Mars orbiters for close comet flyby
    They are literally specks of dust, tiny bits of primordial material that wouldn't be visible to the naked eye. But for spacecraft in orbit around Mars, they could become minuscule agents of destruction. These dust particles will come hurtling past the...