Arts & Life

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Pikesville native competing in ‘American Ninja Warrior’
BY David Snyder
August 1, 2013

Adam Grossman knows what’s at stake. One slip, one lost grip, one poor jump. That’s all it takes to be eliminated from contention on “American Ninja Warrior,” an all-around athletic contest that has aired on NBC, and its sister network, G4, since 2009. However, that demanding physical challenge is what keeps Grossman, 29, coming back CONTINUE »

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BY Maayan Jaffe
July 31, 2013

The Baltimore Zionist District welcomed the Tzofim (Israel Scouts) for several days of music and Israeli fun. The teens — dressed in scouting garb and armed with microphones, stellar voices and killer dance moves — traveled through the area bringing the Israeli spirit to young and old. The Tzofim traveling program is an Israeli youth program CONTINUE »

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BY Linda L. Esterson
July 31, 2013

As a child, Steven Lesser dreamed of having a Corvette to call his own. His father wanted to help him reach that goal and offered him an incentive the year he turned 16. If he made the dean’s list and the football team at Baltimore City College High School, he would buy him any car CONTINUE »

BY Meredith Jacobs
July 31, 2013

I knew it would be George. I joked after the birth of His Royal Highness, the Prince of Cambridge, “I’m thinking David, after Diana. King David has a nice ring to it.” Joking because not only is David not a traditional British royal name, there is no way the Queen would allow the third in CONTINUE »

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After touring with The Bridge, Kenny Liner found his calling teaching music in Baltimore’s largest public housing project
BY Marc Shapiro
July 31, 2013

Anyone who drives through downtown Baltimore has probably passed by the Perkins Homes. The six square blocks, which border Fells Point and Little Italy, are home to Baltimore’s largest public housing project. While most people likely keep their eyes on the road or play with smartphones as cabs drive them through, Baltimore native Kenny Liner, CONTINUE »