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Volunteer archaeologists are descending on leafy Lafayette Square in West Baltimore this weekend in an effort to uncover relics from Camp Hoffman, a Union army encampment that stood there during the Civil War. Just hours into the project Friday, while...
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Soundboard Music Blog - Orlando SentinelFrom singer Kaleigh Baker to gypsy-rock of The Getbye, there's plenty of local music on the Outdoor Stage on the Grande Green Lawn at this year's Orlando International Fringe Festival. And the music is all free admission. There's an extensive schedule,...
Postcards from FloridaSpanish music will be the soundtrack for Legado, a gala black-tie event March 23 at the St. Augustine Lighthouse and Museum. The event kicks off a commemoration of Spanish and American Maritime Heritage tied to St. Augustine's 450th anniversary and the...
World NowIn the remote northeastern corner of Guatemala, archaeologists have found what appears to be the 9th century workplace of a city scribe, an unusual dwelling adorned with magnificent pictures of the king and other royals and the oldest known Maya calendar....
He may not sport a fedora on his head or a bullwhip on his belt, but Lee Preston can be recognized by the ARKLOGIST license plate on his car. And by a book that might be tucked under his arm: “Archaeology in Howard County and Beyond: What I’ve...
State Archaeologist Nicholas Bellantoni talks about preservation, April 19 at The Bruce Museum in GreenwichState Archaeologist Nicholas Bellantoni is going to give a talk on Thursday at the Bruce Museum on the threats to archaeological collections in Connecticut and beyond. He'll discuss the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and the unrest in Egypt, all of which...
L.A. at HomeBattery powered clocks: With power still out across parts of L.A. County more than a day after the wind storm, it seemed fortuitous that our annual onslaught of holiday gift ideas happened to include a bunch of battery-powered clocks....
World NowArchaeologists in Mexico say they have found a ceremonial offering that may have been used nearly 2,000 years ago to consecrate the Pyramid of the Sun before its construction...
World NowA Jerusalem court acquitted Israeli antiquities collector Oded Golan of forging a stone burial box with the inscrpition James, son of Joseph, brother of Jesus."...
Staff reporterSUNDAY, JULY 3 CLASSIC AMERICAN MUSICALS Oklahoma, Guys and Dolls, My Fair Lady, South Pacific, Fiddler on the Roof,,,,these and ten other great musicals are featured as we listen to (and discuss) exemplars of this distinctive American form of...
Local archaeologists have not only confirmed that Baltimore's Lafayette Square Park was once the stomping ground of a Civil War army barracks, but they also dug up a little-known fact about the soldiers who dwelled there: They had a knack for losing...
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