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Ever-prepared, executive assistant Marian Smith stocks her desk with all the trappings of a modern office: Paper clips. Sticky notes. Pup-Peroni. That last one? It's the only thing Smith's officemates at the Maryland Institute College of Art actually beg...
Los Angeles TimesMuch as they're trumpeted by so-called eco-designers, plant-based alternatives to cotton are a minuscule piece of the fashion puzzle. Dwarfed by cotton and synthetics such as polyester, spandex and rayon, textiles made from flax, wood pulp, hemp and...
After two years stuck at No. 2, a stretch of sand on Florida's Gulf Coast near Sarasota has finally been named the best beach in America. Dr. Beach, aka Dr. Stephen P. Leatherman, Director of Florida International University's Laboratory for Coastal...
They've heard just about all the suggestions by now. But if you insist, you can approach members of the Rhymes with Opera ensemble Saturday at the Windup Space and offer your response to what is actually not a request. "We've had people come up to us and...
The month of May could have gone a lot better for Lake Highland Prep’s Ty Law. But the way he sees things, it could have been much worse too. Law (5-9, 165) found out in mid-May that his first two, and most noteworthy, scholarship offers from NC...
Tags: Kentucky, Marcus Garvey Jr., Louisville, Ty Law, West Virginia
NEWPORT NEWS — The legal troubles keep piling up for Jeffrey A. Martinovich, the CEO of the shuttered Newport News-based financial services firm MICG Investment Management. Martinovich, who moved to Norfolk and launched a medical-field consulting...
Three years of digging at a prehistoric Indian site in Anne Arundel County has unearthed the oldest structures and human habitations in Maryland and is making this bluff above the Patuxent River one of the most important archaeological sites in the Mid-...
The Baltimore SunDan McIntosh, one of the owners of Sonar, has been named in a federal indictment alongside some 14 individuals for participating in a cross-country drug distribution ring, City Paper reported today citing court documents filed in Florida in December....
Most people come to the Everglades in search of one specific animal: the alligator. If youíre chomping at the bit to see an alligator, youíre in luck. The dinosaurís distant cousins are easy to spot in all of South Florida, but especially in Everglades...
Tags: Animals, Everglades, Florida, Death, Everglades National Park
In the hours, then days, after her teenage sister went missing during a Christmas visit, Deena Barnes remembers the gripping panic that took over — staying up for two days straight, on the edge of the couch, waiting to catch a glimpse of 16-year-old...
50th wedding anniversary Donald and LaVonne Hanlon (Don and Bonnie) celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary in June with 20 family members in Williamsburg, Va. Family traveled from Oklahoma, North Carolina and Maryland, and spent the week getting...
Tags: Family, Oklahoma, Father's Day, Weddings, Maryland
Baltimore SunBALTIMORE, MD -- A Baltimore man has been indicted on a charge of first degree murder in the death of Phylicia Barnes, a North Carolina teen who disappeared in Baltimore in 2010, authorities said. Charges against Michael Johnson, the ex-boyfriend of...
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