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  • James K. Donahue, CEO of Industrial Shows, dies

    James K. Donahue, CEO of Industrial Shows, dies
    James Keefe Donahue, former president and CEO of Industrial Shows of America Inc. who also was producer of the International Auto Show and Chesapeake Bay Boat Show, died June 23 of heart failure at Good Samaritan Hospital. The Lutherville resident was...
  • List of schools making adequate yearly progress

    City schools and AYP The following elementary and middle schools were the only ones in Baltimore to meet adequate yearly progress goals this year: •Baltimore International Academy •Baltimore Leadership School For Young Women •...
  • Anthony Francis 'Tony' Bufano, greeting card executive, dies

    Anthony Francis "Tony" Bufano, a retired greeting card executive and fisherman, died July 8 of heart failure at his Lochearn home. He was 83. The son of Italian immigrant parents, Mr. Bufano was born and raised in Scranton, Pa., where he graduated from...
  • High-end consignment shops draw frugal shoppers

    High-end consignment shops draw frugal shoppers
    Nancy Kline learned all about retail during a three-decade career at South Moon Under, the trendy boutique chain where, she jokes, she held just about every job except president. Now, she and daughter Emily Schramm, who also worked at South Moon Under,...
  • Lunch review: At The Falls, it's what's between the bread that counts

    Lunch review: At The Falls, it's what's between the bread that counts
    Big windows, bold lines and glossy surfaces make the central dining area of The Falls cafe on Kelly Avenue in Mount Washington appear clean, bright and energized. Another part of the dining space offers muted lighting and a sense of privacy conducive to...
  • Ski Season At Smugglers' Notch Zipping Along

    Ski Season At Smugglers' Notch Zipping Along
    With the fervor of fans who jam Fenway Park to hear the crack of the bat on opening day, families journeyed to Smugglers' Notch Resort in northern Vermont last Saturday to usher in ski season. As fat flakes drifted over the resort, skiers who had...
  • No charges in fatal police shooting at city's Select Lounge

    No charges in fatal police shooting at city's Select Lounge
    Baltimore State's Attorney Gregg Bernstein said Thursday that no one will face criminal charges in the fatal shooting by police officers of a plainclothes colleague, whom they mistook for a gunman, moving authorities a step closer to closing one of the...
  • Miley Cyrus' blaze of modesty

    Miley Cyrus' blaze of modesty
    Clean-cut, wholesome and decidedly demure. Look at the ultra-Disneyfied costumes in this month's "Hannah Montana" movie and you'll see the latest reflection of the accelerating shift toward more parent-friendly tween fashions. Forget Britney-era bling...
  • An instant home farm: Just add water

    An instant home farm: Just add water
    MinifarmBox, a new venture spearheaded by Mount Washington writer Conor Fitzpatrick, takes some of the guess work out of vegetable gardening for novices. Fitzpatrick will deliver and install a 4-by-4-foot raised bed made of sustainably farmed cedar or...
  • Alvin Simon dies at 82; owner of premier L.A.-area restaurants

    Alvin Simon dies at 82; owner of premier L.A.-area restaurants
    Alvin Simon, a restaurateur who helped spark the revitalization of Old Pasadena in the 1980s with the upscale Cafe Jacoulet, died Feb. 23 at his home in Mount Washington from complications of lymphoma and radiation treatment, said his sister Flame Simon....
  • Kemper Nomland Jr. dies at 90; L.A. architect built Case Study House No. 10

    Kemper Nomland Jr. dies at 90; L.A. architect built Case Study House No. 10
    Kemper Nomland Jr., a Los Angeles architect who teamed with his father early in his career to design and build one of the homes in the landmark post-World War II Case Study House program, has died. he was 90. Nomland died Friday of natural causes at an...