Pulitzer Prize-winning author and journalist Stanley Karnow has died at age 87.
Joe Collins was always interested in his family history, and for years he collected whatever information he could get his hands on.
In an era of female anti-heroes, the Nina Zero series is a timely read.
Like a lot of lawyers, Stan M. Haynes loves to read American history. Unlike most lawyers, Haynes loves it so much he’s written a book about it.
A Maryland fisherman whose name is known to anglers around the world is getting some recognition by his home state.
More than 500 Stevenson University students received their degrees on Friday with the message to choose their path in life.
Elizabeth Hines doesn’t suffer from writer’s block. There’s simply no time. The 16-year-old Annapolis resident cranked out the first book of a three-part series in a mere 10 days.
Susan Magsamen wrote this book: “The Classic Treasury of Childhood Wonders.” In it are games, arts and crafts– even recipes– all designed to help parents teach through play at home.
Ron Matz had “People Are Talking” about “High Heals for Hope” in Lutherville. Don and Bernadette had “Coffee With” Baltimore native Ben Mezrich. He talked about his new book, “Sex on the Moon: The Amazing Story Behind the Most Audacious Heist in History.”
Jonah Keri, author of The Extra 2%, joined The Mark Viviano Show today. He told us about his book which focusing on the Tampa Bay Rays going from worst to first a few years ago.
Marty and Don talked to author Kevin Cowherd. Ron Matz was in Fells Point welcoming singers from Norwood Elementary School in Dundalk.
Bob Hilton calls himself “a great story collector.” The Frederick resident has been a farmer, foundry worker, construction laborer, Marine, police officer, insurance agent, private detective, lumberyard manager, newspaper columnist, building contractor and real estate agent.