The first issue of The Daily Record was released on Tuesday, October 2, 1888.
Less than a few hundred people will be responsible for the security, music and fireworks display for tens of thousands who will convene at the Inner Harbor and around the city July 4 to celebrate Independence Day.
I grew up in a Muslim household and we didn’t have a Christmas tree to decorate or gifts to open Dec. 25. But that never stopped me from enjoying the season.
Approximately 1,800 students graduated Friday from the University of Maryland, Baltimore. The schools of medicine, law, dentistry, pharmacy, nursing, social work, and the Graduate School, held individual celebrations in the morning, followed by a university-wide ceremony at 1st Mariner Arena. University of Maryland, Baltimore County President Dr. Freeman A. Hrabowski gave the keynote address.
SALISBURY — The skies over Salisbury will be lit up this July Fourth. Mike Dunn, the former city council president and the event organizer, says the city hasn’t had Independence Day fireworks in about eight years, and it’s time to bring them back. He tells The Daily Times of Salisbury that the $20,000 display will […]
I lost count of the number of various holiday-related events that I have been invited to so far this month. You’ve got office holiday parties, holiday parties thrown by organizations that you are involved with, bar association holiday parties, local holiday events, community holiday parties, kids’ holiday parties and holiday parties thrown by friends, just […]
For those of you who took the Maryland bar exam this past Tuesday and Wednesday, today is a bittersweet day. Here are some of the emotions you may encounter over the next couple of months. Some may feel a huge weight has been lifted from their shoulders. For those, a night (or nights) of celebration […]
At its 20th anniversary gala in 2005, the Public Justice Center knocked the ball out of the park by snagging billionaire philanthropist George Soros as the keynote speaker. For its 25th year-plus one event this week, the nonprofit legal advocacy organization is taking a different tack — hosting a concert of musicians/social advocates at Goucher […]
The Baltimore Blast are headed to the Major Indoor Soccer League championships this year for the sixth time in nine years. To celebrate, the Blast are throwing a party downtown on Thursday so visitors and those on their lunch break can mingle with the players and join in. The celebration will be at noon at […]
The official opening of Fort McHenry’s new visitor center, expected March 3, will be the kickoff of events and fundraising for celebrating the War of 1812 bicentennial. The 32-month-long celebration of Maryland’s involvement in the War of 1812 is expected to cost the state $25 million. Some $8.5 million of that is expected to come […]
The party Tuesday night is billed as a Victory Celebration for Alison L. Asti, judge-elect to the Anne Arundel County Circuit Court. It is also a fundraiser, with tickets starting at $150 per person and topping out at $1,000 for a VIP sponsorship. Such an event is not barred by Maryland law, but a post-election […]