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Two years after C. William Struever's real estate empire collapsed and the once-ubiquitous developer dropped off Baltimore's radar, the urban visionary has reappeared as a managing director of a new company, working on the same kinds of projects that...
For Edward Norton making movies isn't just about giving a dynamite performance. It's about collaborating on a piece of entertainment that reflects his view of the world — and pulls that off without preaching to the audience. He leaped into...
Unlike some Democratic governors and mayors, at least William Donald Schaefer had a dialogue with Maryland business leaders. If you can call a blistering, hold-the-phone-from-the-ear conversation a dialogue. "When the governor calls me, I know what's...
ROBERT BARRON Master developer of Bethlehem Works Career Highlights: - President, Enterprise Development Inc. of Columbia, Md. Connection to Bethlehem Steel Brownfields Redevelopment: Barron was coordinating the sale of property sites the 1,700-acre...
Special to The SunSituated in the westernmost part of Columbia, River Hill Village is a picturesque community with hundreds of acres of wooded areas, beautifully landscaped homes and retail and shopping centers offering convenience for busy families. It also is one of the...
Tags: Dennis Miller, Anne Arundel County, Travel, Homes, Howard County
Sun StaffTuesday marked the beginning of the end for the development of Columbia -- one of the nation's largest planned communities in size, scope and population. "We're reaching the point where there's no more land to develop," said Maggie Brown, the Columbia...
Tags: Family, Las Vegas, Business, Washington (U.S. state), Homes
Sun StaffThere was a time when Walter Sondheim Jr. held fast to the notion that racially desegregated schools would give way to a racially integrated society. That was 1954. He admits now that he "should have known better." Sondheim was president of the Baltimore...
Sun StaffLawrence E. Leak When Lawrence E. Leak's mother went to register her two seventh-grade sons in the fall of 1965, Queen Anne's County officials automatically signed them up at Kennard High School, the county's historically "colored" secondary school. But...
Tags: Black History, Overlea, Teachers, Maryland, Bars and Clubs
Tribune staff reporterPreseason football is seldom a definitive portent of a team's regular-season fate. The 1985 Bears, for instance, were 1-3 in the exhibitions and wound up 15-1 on the way to Super Bowl glory. So the third straight preseason setback for the Bears,...
Tags: Tim Brown, Mike Singletary, Football, Super Bowl, Paul Justin
Tribune staff reporterIf he weren't already the team's highest-paid player, Neal Anderson might consider asking for a raise. After missing the past two preseason games and seeing the offense sputter, Anderson returned to the Bears' lineup Saturday night and sparked a 30-13...
Tags: Football, Jim Kelly, Mike Ditka, Bruce Smith, Sports
Tribune staff reporterThe Bears had no fancy new offense to unveil. No one-back offense. No run-and-shoot gimmicks. No hurry-up attack. But a low-risk, conservative offense occasionally reaps a major dividend. The Bears trudged to their eighth straight opening-day victory...
Sun StaffThe 1999 blueprints for a Mondawmin Mall makeover seemed promising, with plans for sprucing up the bland decor and erecting a super-sized grocery, a family restaurant and a retail store large enough to box-in a Home Depot. But five years later, the...
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