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Daily American Sunday EditorMonica Morrill didn't know she was the descendent of an influential friend and ally to Abraham Lincoln until she was 16 years old. In a high school report on the American Dream, she wrote that it contained three major planks: freedom of religion,...
Sebastian Martorana is a stoop storyteller in the finest tradition of Baltimore's stoop storytellers. The sculptor, a transplant to the city who recognized immediately the cultural meaning of rowhouse marble steps, tells the story of trying to rescue...
With the presidential convention season upon us, political and campaign junkies will most likely find Stan Haynes' recently published book, "The First American Political Conventions: Transforming Presidential Nominations, 1832-1872," a fascinating and...
William Boulton "Bo" Kelly Jr., a Baltimore architect, preservationist and civic leader who founded Baltimore Heritage and helped establish the Baltimore's Commission for Historical & Architectural Preservation, died Wednesday at Gilchrist Hospice in...
The Environmental Protection Agency convened a three-day peer review hearing Tuesday concerning its watershed assessment of the proposed Pebble Mine, which is also the public's last chance to testify before an EPA scientific panel took up the document for...
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency today (Wednesday) wrapped-up the public portion of its scientific "Peer Review" of the proposed Pebble Mine. Twelve scientists will spend the next few months -- in closed-door sessions -- gathering information...
email@example.comBaltimore police said they are asking for the public’s help to find the killers of a former Smithsburg man who was shot Friday morning as he talked to friends on the steps of a house. Donny Moses, a spokesman for the Baltimore Police Department,...
Many of the hundreds gathered Tuesday at Mount Vernon's Washington Monument had their perceptions of safety shaken last week, after a double shooting that critically wounded a gregarious neighborhood ambassador and claimed the life of a recent...
Tags: Carl Stokes, Mount Vernon, Injuries and Wounds, Shootings, Theft
Lady Baltimore has withstood much in 189 years perched overlooking Courthouse Square. She has lost both of her arms over the decades — one of them, holding high a wreath that signifies service to the republic, was sheared off by a gust of wind in...
When the country's largest museum devoted to African-American history and culture opens in Washington, Maryland people and places will get a healthy share of the limelight. A two-story log house built by freed slaves from Montgomery County, dubbed the...
The Dream Began Here Sunday, February 10, 7PM Untold Stories of Washington DC’s Early African American Community Examined in “The Dream Began Here” WDCW-TV Local Black History Month Special on February 10 The White House, the...
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