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Content ManagerA female resident of Spencer Street was sitting and talking with two friends early this morning in her back yard when two black males, described as teenagers walked by and yelled something at them. One of them then opened the fence that leads to the...
Theater producers love turning movies into musicals, and the energetic, Oscar-winning “Slumdog Millionaire” looks like a good candidate for a screen-to-stage makeover. But after years of negotiations proved fruitless, a planned London...
After his first city prosecution resulted in a mixed outcome last year, with one defendant acquitted and two others convicted of minor offenses, Baltimore State's Attorney Gregg L. Bernstein is set to try a murder case Monday. William Carr, 50, is...
Tags: Lawyers, Theft, Juvenile Delinquency, Crimes, Stephen Pitcairn
If you’ve ever lusted after unused items in a friend’s closet, here’s your chance. Threadflip, a San Francisco start-up that launched this week, aims to give users a new way to discover, buy and sell fashion. The site's users can upload...
Editor's note: This is the second in a series of articles about one of Washington County's and Hagerstown's largest expositions, "On Wings of Time." In 1936, community leaders were sent a letter detailing one of the largest expositions in the eastern...
Content ManagerNorth Cornwall Township Police say Joshua Sterner of Myerstown is no longer missing. Police say Sterner is no longer missing after being reported missing on Tuesday. PREVIOUSLY REPORTED: A Myerstown man is missing and police say he is considered an...
Tags: Lebanon, Missing Persons, Cornwall
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court is considering whether government regulators may still police the airwaves for curse words and other coarse content at a time when so many Americans have unregulated cable television, and the Internet is awash...
Orange has come a long way from Howard Johnson roofs and A&W drive-ins of the 1970s — so far, in fact, that global color authority Pantone has anointed the reddish-orange Tangerine Tango the color of 2012. Pantone's annual picks, which both reflect...
Tags: Chicago Tribune, Marc Jacobs, Howard Johnson
All The RageFashion designer Paul Smith is celebrating the U.S. release of Tomas Alfredson's "Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy" with four limited-edition screen prints, sales of which will benefit amfAR....
All The RageAlternative Apparel is taking donations of gently used T-shirts at its Venice flagship store to benefit Upward Bound House....
All The RageHow low can a gown go? Kristen Chenoweth attempted to answer the question on the red carpet at the American Country Awards Monday in Las Vegas....
TechnologyA fond look back at the once essential technological devices nobody needs anymore....
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