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  • Open-air art display in D.C. meant to show plight of Syria's refugees

    WASHINGTON The bombs look like root beer barrels, falling from the sky toward unsuspecting stick figures. A tent labeled "UN" is ablaze, with orange scribbles for flames. There are remembered houses and tiny handprints, as well as a heart, cleaved in two, dripping cartoon blood.
  • Carriers Shared Their Memories In Letters, Phone Calls And On Facebook

    Carriers Shared Their Memories In Letters, Phone Calls And On Facebook
    This year, Courant carriers – paperboys and girls -- shared their memories with us on Facebook, in email, in typewritten and handwritten letters. We thought we'd share them with you – they made us laugh, smile and even cry. John Chilicki,...

    Dream Home: Washington Place apartment exudes elegance and history

    Dream Home: Washington Place apartment exudes elegance and history
    The white Beaux-Arts-style building in Baltimore's Mount Vernon neighborhood, known simply as 700 Washington Place, is considered by many as one of the city's most elegant addresses. Julie Canard, a Washington native, was smitten by what she describes...

    Lehigh Valley veterans swap stories during war memorials visit

    — It's the Korean War Veterans Memorial that has Mel Schissler mesmerized. Schissler, who flew in B-17s over Europe during World War II, had toured the war memorials along the National Mall two or three times before his visit last weekend with the...

    Baltimore blacksmith shop to run nonprofit museum

    Baltimore blacksmith shop to run nonprofit museum
    Sparks started flying at the blacksmith shop on West Saratoga Street when James Madison was president of the United States, and a crew there is still on the job, now operating in a hybrid historical museum and working business. The folks who run G. Krug...