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Sun StaffAs more homeowners turn to high-tech security systems, Alice Bevans boasts that her neighbors are her best security. Bevans, 77, is president of the neighborhood association of Richnor Springs, a tiny, tree-lined community consisting of about eight...
Special to The SunBaltimore is a city of historic rowhouses, but one of its most common types isn't historic at all. The post-World War II Early American rowhouse is the unsung hero of Baltimore housing. A plain red brick front with a few Colonial flourishes around the...
Sun StaffBuddy Deane, a Pied Piper to a generation of Baltimore teen-agers with his rock 'n' roll television dance show that became an inspiration for the hit Broadway musical Hairspray, died yesterday of complications from a stroke at Jefferson Regional Medical...
Tags: Music Theater, Dance, Timonium, Arkansas, Radio
Sun StaffMarine Lance Cpl. David M. Branning, who was raised by pacifist parents in the Baltimore area, was named by the Pentagon yesterday as the 16th Marylander to die in the fighting in Iraq. Branning, 21, who attended Waldorf School and Carver Center for Arts...
Special to The SunBefore their marriage 14 years ago, Andre and Debbie Jones remember, they had a slight issue to overcome. They knew they would be moving in together, of course, but the question was where. Andre Jones was happy with his townhouse in Woodlawn. Debbie...
Tags: Homes, Mardi Gras, Real Estate Agents, Roland Park, Bolton Hill
Special To The SunIt was a sad day for Reba Bullock when the Orioles played their last game at Memorial Stadium in 1991. "I liked listening to 'Ed-die! Ed-die!' said Bullock, a 30-year resident of Ednor Gardens-Lakeside, recalling the years when home-run hitting Eddie...
Sun StaffIn one awful span of five days, messengers in crisp dress uniforms have brought the war in Iraq to Maryland's doorstep, delivering grim news to the families of four slain soldiers. Their faces - smiling, or stoic, too young all of them - are haunting in...
Special to SunSpotIf you go hunting for a lake in the Lake Walker neighborhood of Baltimore, you're going to be disappointed. (Lake Walker refers to Lake and Walker avenues, two streets that define the neighborhood.) However, if what you're looking for is a tucked-away...
Tags: Homes, Easter, Family, Timonium, Moving and Storage
Sun StaffEtched in granite on the facade of the main post office in New York, the motto sounds like a noble calling: "Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds." But on Lake Avenue,...
Tags: Weather, Baltimore County, Politics, Maryland, New York
Sun StaffSusan Harkins and her son, Quinn Hargitai, were on their way to an Orioles game May 5 - with three bags full of children's books in their back seat. Their last stop before going to the game: the parking lot at Polytechnic Institute-Western High School...
Special to the SunIt began developing in the late 1700s as a stopover on the York Turnpike and as a rural community. A hundred years later, it became a suburban community that was eventually linked to the downtown area by streetcar. And in the last half-century it has...
Tags: Homes, Baptist, Anglicanism, Christianity, Property
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