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  • James Hall Bready

    James Hall Bready
    James Hall Bready, an Evening Sun editorial writer for more than three decades and originator of the "Books and Authors" column that was published in The Baltimore Sun for nearly 50 years, died Saturday of renal failure at Gilchrist Hospice Care in...
  • Jim Bready: A gracious literary lion

    I was saddened to read of the death of James H. Bready, a fine gentleman whom I was privileged to meet and later know through his celebrated Books and Authors column ("James Hall Bready," Nov. 1). I was and will always remain grateful that he found fit...
  • Jim Bready's singular gift

    Young or old, rabid or casual, Baltimore Orioles fans are a little poorer today with the announcement of the death of longtime Sun staffer James Bready ("James Hall Bready," Nov. 1). A true Renaissance man, Mr. Bready brought his remarkable talents to...
  • Westward the Course of Empire

    The New Britain Museum of American Art's new exhibition, Searching the Horizon, offers "the real American West" but ends up begging the question: Was the American West ever truly "real"? More to the point, the American West that is on view here is as...
  • Fire Chief Hall takes command

    Fire Chief Hall takes command
    James Hall has spent nearly 20 years patrolling the Angeles National Forest, doing everything from leading an engine crew to showing inner-city youth the wonders of the outdoors. Now he is playing a leadership role in firefighting and fire prevention...
  • Are California wines over the top?

    Are California wines over the top?
    ONE after another, the bunches of soft or raisiny grapes in the rejection bin pile up. Adam Tolmach and his Ojai Vineyard crew are sorting the last grapes of the 2007 harvest, and 1 in 10 purple clusters aren't making the cut. It's the third week in...
  • Santa Monica's flight fight is being closely watched

    Recent-model Gulfstreams are the Ferraris of private jets, with prices reaching up to $50 million each. Their sleek fuselages contain some of the most advanced control and navigation systems available. Fully fueled, the sophisticated jets with their...
  • Chatsworth crash's roots lie 20 years in Metrolink's past

    Chatsworth crash's roots lie 20 years in Metrolink's past
    The roots of the worst passenger rail disaster in modern California history go far deeper than whether a Metrolink engineer ran through a red stop light and into the path of a Union Pacific freight train. Interviews with safety experts and former...
  • NYC Subway Attacks On The Rise

    NYC Subway Attacks On The Rise
    Predators lurking in New York City subways, hoping to sneak a grope or feel, appear to be a frightening growing trend, officials announced Thursday. According to NYPD Transit Chief James Hall, complaints of sexual abuse have increased four percent from...
  • Dime Novels Blamed in Death of Teenager

     
    Dec. 5, 1909: Claude Williams, 16, of Cannelton, Ind., kills 13-year-old James Hall and escapes to Kentucky. Williams is a reader of dime novels....
  • NJ Church Group Returns Home After Haiti Aid Trip

    NJ Church Group Returns Home After Haiti Aid Trip
    Members of a New Jersey church group who were in Haiti on a humanitarian mission when a massive earthquake struck the island nation this week have returned to the United States, recounting the horrors they experienced and thankful to be home. Relatives...