| Jun 13, 2010
Rev. David Range
Other community posts: Vice president of Bold Justice, a social action group in Broward County.
Education: Degree in economics, Western Maryland College (now McDaniel College), Westminster, Md.; master's degree in divinity, Drew...
| Jun 16, 2010
The exhibition, "Three Artists, One World," at the Burbank Creative Arts Center Gallery, highlights three markedly different artists in style and media. The common characteristic that threads the three together is their passion for the world, human...
| Mar 3, 2009
Go here: With its cobblestone streets, sweeping views of the Delaware River, grassy commons and rich architectural heritage, New Castle's historic district ranks among the finest heritage towns in the Mid-Atlantic. It's got history: William Penn first set...
| Mar 4, 2010
| 9:57 AM
SOUTH LOS ANGELES -- Three teachers at an elementary school in South Los Angeles have been suspended for honoring O.J. Simpson, Dennis Rodman and RuPaul during Black History Month.
The teachers, who are white, teach first, second and fourth grade at...
| Aug 4, 2010
The chronic sleep disorder that afflicts Ravens rookie linebacker Sergio Kindle is a common but often misdiagnosed condition that is treatable and should not affect his NFL career, according to experts in the study of narcolepsy. But the long-term...
| Oct 25, 2005
| 5:00 AM
Rosa Parks, the Alabama seamstress whose simple act of defiance on a segregated Montgomery bus in 1955 stirred the nonviolent protests of the modern civil rights movement and catapulted an unknown minister named Martin Luther King Jr. to international...
| Sep 29, 2002
Past the heavy glass doors of the world's most famous jewelry store, two glimmering rings sit waiting to be selected for the proper marriage. One is a diamond-inlaid platinum band selling for $11,700, the other a matching engagement ring priced at $37,...
| Jun 14, 2002
The advertisement is yellowed and torn, but its message is clear. Beans canned by Cambridge's Phillips Packing Company have "that down in Dixie flavor." The statement appears below an image of a large African-American woman wearing a headscarf and holding...
| Mar 25, 2004
As Women's History Month draws to a close, visitors to the Cambridge and Bucktown area of Dorchester County can explore the lives of two Eastern Shore women who became legends of American and Maryland history: Harriet Tubman and Annie Oakley.
| May 6, 2004
Imagine a beautiful spring day. You've just left the ballpark and are strolling along the waterfront in the heart of downtown. When you're tired of walking, there are numerous shops and boutiques along the promenade to pique your interest and a wide...
| Jun 24, 2005
More than 350 years have passed since the first enslaved Africans, taken forcibly from their homelands and sold to people in a land thousands of miles away, set foot in Maryland.
Beginning this weekend, their stories and the stories of their...