The Transportation Security Administration says officers found two throwing daggers hidden in a hollowed-out book at a checkpoint at Reagan-Washington National Airport.
“The most satisfying journey is one that is shared.” That quote introduces and is the point behind a coffee table book of photographs from around the globe put together by the family of the late Tom Abercrombie, one of the last swashbuckling, globe-trotting writer-photographers at National Geographic. It’s the visual story of Tom and Lynn Abercrombie of Shady Side and their nearly 40 years of traveling, a memoir they started together before he died of complications of surgery in 2006.
A book by Maryland’s only Republican governor in a generation is set to hit the shelves in December.
Barbara Wiles of Frederick has been writing poems for as long as she can remember.
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.
Don and Marty talked to Ice-T. Ron Matz was at the Maryland SPCA talking about Wayne Pacelle’s new book.
Don and Marty talked to Eddie Brown about his new book, “Beating the Odds: Eddie Brown’s Investing and Life Strategies.” Ron Matz talked to Jon Sevel and Michael Greenebaum about the Maryland Half Marathon.
Don and Marty talked to Ken Burns about “The Civil War” timed to the 150th anniversary of the start of the war. Ron Matz was in Highlandtown talking to Peachy Dixon about her new book, “A Peachy Life.”
Folding origami isn’t a hobby you’d think of for young boys, but two Baltimore 12-year-olds have just finished folding 1,000 origami cranes. They’re doing it to help save a mother’s life.
Marty and Don talked to entertainer Wynonna Judd. Ron Matz was in Fells Point welcoming singers from Morgan State University Headstart.