How can one effectively track the progress of intangible traits?
From the tombstone of Edgar Allan Poe, one can reach the street by taking a narrow dirt path between two tall stone mausoleums and crouching for a few steps underneath a portion of Westminster Hall. This was a favorite getaway route for the Poe Toaster, the mysterious man in black who for decades left three […]
Being a 9-year-old can be tough. Sometimes you have to pick up the toys in your room. Sometimes you have to solve multiplication tables for homework. And sometimes you have to go in for jury duty. Well, that’s the way it was for Cape Cod third-grader Jacob Clark, who got a summons for jury duty […]
For all of those turning 30 this year, attendance at the National Aquarium in Baltimore will be only $5 on Monday. All you have to do is show your ID with a birth year of 1981 — same as the aquarium’s — and your general admission is $5. Tickets ordinarily cost $24.95 for adults and […]
At 25, I’m at the young end of the “young lawyers” spectrum. I was one of those kids who went straight from college to law school and, in the back of my mind, I had high hopes law school would be an extension of college. Those dreams were crushed the day I looked at my course […]
Judge Catherine Curran O’Malley read aloud from the framed proclamation signed by her husband, the governor. “This special salute serves as a fitting tribute to your impressive commitment to Maryland citizens,” she said. She read on about the honoree’s “zest for life” and “heart of gold,” and when all the high-flown language officially had been […]