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  • Maryland scenic byways 'worth the drive'

    Visitors to Maryland -- and those wanting to explore more of the state they already call home -- can consult a new book showcasing the state’s scenic byways and a mobile application that serves as a guide to the area’s Civil War trails....
  • Viola Davis plots a career, not just for herself

    Viola Davis plots a career, not just for herself
    Viola Davis has won two Tony Awards for her Juilliard-trained stage work in the August Wilson plays "King Hedley II" and "Fences." She has been Oscar-nominated twice, first for a supporting role in "Doubt," more recently for a much larger role, in "The...
  • Back Story: Photos vividly brought Civil War home

    Back Story: Photos vividly brought Civil War home
    If Vietnam was the nation's first televised war, then the Civil War was the country's first photographed war, dramatically and vividly bringing into American homes the horrors and carnage their husbands, brothers and sons faced on the battlefield. In his...
  • Howard school board apologizes for earlier segregation

    Howard school board apologizes for earlier segregation
    On the day that the Howard County school board apologized for the system's treatment of African-American students during segregation, Dottie Cook thought back to her middle school days, when she received a hand-me-down education that included tattered...
  • Understanding Hate: Images of American racism at The Mark Twain House in Hartford

    Understanding Hate:  Images of American racism at The Mark Twain House in Hartford
    The disturbing and inflammatory imagery of American racism takes center stage at the Mark Twain House, starting with "Hateful Things," one of several planned exhibitions, films, lectures and plays continuing through the summer. The exhibit showcases...
  • Friday morning reads: Five stories you should be reading this morning

     
    TALLAHASSEE– It's Friday, so eight more hours of work and you're off to your weekend plans. So, enjoy our Friday five and finish off your work week. * The Sun-Sentinel's Anthony Man has a report this morning on the often controversial U.S. Rep....
  • PST, A to Z: 'Peace Press Graphics 1967-1987' at UAM CSULB

     
    Pacific Standard Time will explore the origins of the Los Angeles art world through museum exhibitions throughout Southern California over the next six months. Times art reviewer Sharon Mizota has set the goal of seeing all of them. This is......
  • Poor teaching standards keep students behind on civil rights [Blowback]

     
    For too many students, their civil rights knowledge boils down to two people plus four words: Rosa Parks, Martin Luther King Jr. and "I have a dream."...
  • SteelStacks' ArtsQuest Center to add cabaret to cafe

     
    The ArtsQuest Center in Bethlehem has a café – its headline Musikfest Café venue. Now, it will have a cabaret. Actress and singer Lynnie Godfrey will perform tunes from the Great American Songbook in a new monthly series, “An Evening......
  • Kwanzaa parade set to begin

     
    Preparations were underway Monday morning for a parade celebrating the kickoff of the Kwanzaa celebration in Los Angeles....
  • An interview with National Book Award winner Jesmyn Ward

     
    An extended interview with Jesmyn Ward, whose novel "Salvage the Bones" won the 2011 National Book Award....