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  • Bereaved Parents meets third Wednesdays

    These groups meet regularly. Alzheimer's Caregiver Support Group — Third Wednesday, 5:30 p.m., at Lighthouse Senior Living at Ellicott City, 3100 N. Ridge Road, Ellicott City. 410-465-2288. Bereaved Parents, USA — Third Wednesday, 8 p.m....
  • 'Feminism Unfinished' looks at movement's diversity

     'Feminism Unfinished' looks at movement's diversity
    It's not Beyonce in front of blazing lights, but "Feminism Unfinished" (Liveright Publishing) should grab our attention. The new book, subtitled "A Short, Surprising History of American Women's Movements," is co-authored by three academics —...
  • TV Golden Globes exalt cable, online comedy over broadcast sitcom

    Newly minted comedy on cabletelevision and online streaming platforms beat the broadcaststalwarts to win favor with the Hollywood Foreign PressAssociation for its Golden Globe nominations on Thursday. Premium cable network HBO's raunchy femalecoming-of-...
  • Race relations arguably worse in 'Age of Obama'

    WASHINGTON When President Barack Obama was elected the nation's first black president in 2008, it suggested a move toward a post-racial America, the kind of society that Martin Luther King Jr. envisioned in his "I Have a Dream" speech nearly a half-...
  • Out of the Blue: A world view of our past and future

    I recently returned from an exotic trip to three continents. I am ridiculously privileged, not only to travel but also to be able to return to a place as near-perfect as Laguna in autumn. My good fortune is never lost on me, and it helps me appreciate...
  • Tolerance, understanding

    Adolescence can be confusing, awkward and difficult. It's a period of transition for young people, a time when physical transformation ushers them toward adulthood. For Gavin Grimm, a sophomore at Gloucester High School, the time is somewhat more...
  • Dec. 11 Letters: Hampton City Schools, Gloucester transgender student case

    The right path The litmus test for Hampton city school to hire a new superintendent should not be that the candidate supports charter schools but that they have a proven record for successfully turning failing schools around and adequately preparing...
  • Laura Jane Grace is a rebel with a cause

    Laura Jane Grace is a rebel with a cause
    “Transgender Dysphoria Blues” came out in January, but 11 months later the sixth album from Florida punk band Against Me! remains one of the year’s best rock albums. Equal parts visceral and inspiring, the record is the group’s...
  • Talking to Lonnie Bunch about his Smithsonian-size task

    Talking to Lonnie Bunch about his Smithsonian-size task
    Lonnie Bunch had a good thing going in Chicago. He was running the Chicago Historical Society, helping to guide its transition to eventually becoming the more outward facing Chicago History Museum. Chicago's community of civic leaders had welcomed him...
  • In Theory: Should sex-ed in schools tell the whole story?

    The documentary “deepsouth” chronicles four people in the American South and how they are trying to find a solution to the region’s HIV epidemic. In the film, there is a scene where a health teacher in Mississippi uses candies in cups to...
  • New ACLU Director Highlights Police Militarization, Right-To-Die As Priorities

    The American Civil Liberties Union of Connecticut announced a new executive director Wednesday, selecting Stephen Glassman, a longtime human rights advocate who previously worked for other states' ACLU branches, for the leadership role. Glassman, who...