Anyone who knows me is very aware of the close bonds (aka “obsession”) I have with my two dogs, Dexter and Luca. When I first meet someone, it is virtually impossible to avoid their introduction in our conversation. The dog ...Read More »
Del. Pat McDonough, one of the most vocal Republican lawmakers in the Maryland General Assembly, announced Thursday morning his aspirations to higher office have expanded. McDonough, of Baltimore and Harford counties, said he would seek the GOP nomination to challenge ...
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Time flies. The crop of young 1Ls in the LARW (Legal Analysis, Research & Writing) class I used to teach during my 3L year at University of Baltimore are sitting for the Maryland bar exam as we speak. I have ...Read More »
On a recent Saturday evening in a Bethesda theater I witnessed what one reviewer described as “the return of Woody Allen to at least one of his beloved forms” in the direction of his new movie, “Midnight in Paris.” The ...Read More »
After an unsuccessful campaign this spring, Maryland’s same-sex marriage advocates can look to New York for a few pointers when planning their next efforts, which could come as soon as this fall. New York’s legislature approved same-sex marriages late Friday ...
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NEW YORK — The New York Times says it will start charging for access to its website and for the use of smart phone and tablet applications later this month in the U.S. Beginning March 28, prices start at $15 ...Read More »
News reports that Justice Clarence Thomas ended nearly seven years of silence during oral arguments Monday reminds me of the story of the 5-year-old girl who had yet to speak a word. Then, one morning, she says to her father, “Daddy, the oatmeal ...Read More »
One of the better features offered by social media giant Facebook is the ability to “hide” a person or page from your news feed, effectively preventing you from having to see updates that don’t interest you. This way, you don’t ...Read More »
NEW YORK — A reported investment by Goldman Sachs and a Russian investor of $500 million in Facebook is a further sign that the social networking behemoth is becoming a powerful force even outside of tech circles, even as the ...Read More »
Judging by the reader responses to news that the word “Hon” has been trademarked, some Baltimoreans might have a new name for Cafe Hon owner Denise Whiting: Atilla. The great John McIntyre explains why this touches a nerve: What leads ...Read More »