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Dr. Robert W. Deutsch, physicist and philanthropist, dies

Dr. Robert W. Deutsch, physicist and philanthropist, dies

Dr. Robert W. Deutsch, a retired nuclear physicist and successful business owner whose charitable foundation now works to assist artists, makers and entrepreneurs in Baltimore neighborhoods, died of dementia March 19 at his Boston home. The former Pikesville resident was two days short of his 95th...

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  • President Trump can't tell the truth about Sen. McCain or anyone else

    President Trump can't tell the truth about Sen. McCain or anyone else

    It is hard to guess how many hours, even days, of statements one would have to pore through before catching our president saying something that is actually true. His relationship with the truth is much like our own Cal Ripken's with the disabled list. To paraphrase,"I've heard about it, but its...

  • 30 years after finding roommate's body in Baltimore, woman has 'never recovered'

    30 years after finding roommate's body in Baltimore, woman has 'never recovered'

    Thirty years ago Friday, a young woman was brutally murdered: Bridget Bernadette Phillips was a 22-year-old graduate student in Byzantine and medieval history at Johns Hopkins University. I found her body in the apartment that she generously let me share with her on the nights that I spent in Baltimore...

  • Alternative Fact of the Week: Larry Hogan as Reagan Republican/white supremacist

    Alternative Fact of the Week: Larry Hogan as Reagan Republican/white supremacist

    There is no question that Gov. Larry Hogan made loaded statements and accusations in a rant earlier this week when he, among other things, accused Democrats of being on the side of violent criminals rather than keeping the citizens of Maryland safe. If you were, say, the chairwoman of the Maryland...

  • Do we need to send out an Amber Alert for Healthy Holly?

    Do we need to send out an Amber Alert for Healthy Holly?

    The last two days of revelations about the University of Maryland Medical System’s contracting practices with members of its board have raised more questions than they have answered. We certainly support the efforts by Gov. Larry Hogan, House Speaker Michael E. Busch and Senate President Thomas...

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  • 8 Baltimore food events with a side of culture

    8 Baltimore food events with a side of culture

    These upcoming culinary events offer a glimpse of the cultural heritage behind the dishes served. Masarap Fadensonnen Pop-Up Authentic Filipino cuisine at a beer garden? We’ll take it. Chef Rey Eugenio, formerly of Point South, is whipping up hearty, flavorful dishes such as coconut red curry with...

  • Essential spring activities in the Baltimore area

    Essential spring activities in the Baltimore area

    The weather is warming, the birds are chirping and the days are getting longer -- spring is upon us in Baltimore. Here are some of the best ways to enjoy the spring season in Charm City and beyond. 

  • A new dinner series at Ida B's Table puts the spotlight on foods of the African diaspora

    A new dinner series at Ida B's Table puts the spotlight on foods of the African diaspora

    Lisa Hamilton had no idea she would be getting a history lesson in addition to a flavorful feast when she attended the first diaspora wine dinner last month at Ida B’s Table in downtown Baltimore. The five-course meal included a whole fish, steak, chicken and rabbit dishes made with recipes native...

  • Michael's Cafe has opened its second location in Middle River

    Michael's Cafe has opened its second location in Middle River

    The popular Michael’s Cafe announced Tuesday that is has opened its long-awaited second restaurant in Middle River. The new establishment is serving customers at Greenleigh at Crossroads near Interstate 95 and Route 43, according to a news release. Chef Josh Vecchiolla will preside over the 9,900-square-foot...

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