March 31, 1998
Three days before the 30th anniversary of his father's assassination, Martin Luther King III will speak at the University of Maryland, College Park on "The Dream Deferred."King, president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, will address the legacy of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. at 3 p.m. tomorrow in the Colony Ballroom of Stamp Student Union.He will spend the day on the College Park campus meeting with students, faculty and staff, and will be initiated into the UM chapter of Omicron Delta Kappa, a leadership honor society.
July 23, 1992
Princess Diana and Marilyn Monroe are featured in the August Life. Writer Robert Lacey, in profiling Di, says her trump card is son Prince William, the future king of England. Having him allows her to "defy her husband and even the queen with impunity -- divorce will not remove her royal and public status as William's mother."Monroe's last interview, with Life associate editor Richard Meryman, is being republished on the 30th anniversary of her death from an overdose of sleeping pills.
May 2, 2010
‘30th Anniversary Stay and Play' at Charleston, S.C., resort What's the deal? Wild Dunes, a 1,600-acre island resort located 15 miles from Charleston, S.C., is celebrating the 30th anniversary of its Tom Fazio-designed golf course with a package that includes $30 rooms when guests book a round of golf at the regular rate of $165. What's the savings? A weekend room at the resort's Boardwalk Inn in mid-May would be about $280 per night. The resort's condo-style rooms start at around $314 per night.
April 11, 1991
Admission to the Maryland Science Center at the Inner Harbor will be free Tuesday and operating hours will be extended to mark several anniversaries in space and flight history."
March 6, 2010
Tonight's game and 30th anniversary celebration Monterrey La RaZa (9-7) at Blast (9-7) Time: 7:15 Video: B2TV.com Outlook: In addition to making its final push for a spot in the Major Indoor Soccer League playoffs, the Blast also is celebrating 30 years of professional indoor soccer in Baltimore tonight. Before the game, 30 former Blast players will be introduced, and then the team will induct standouts Pat Ercoli and Cris Vaccaro into the Blast Hall of Fame at halftime.
March 5, 1995
To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Special Events Series, the Harford Community College Foundation will present a benefit gala, "Puttin' on the Ritz," next Sunday, beginning with a champagne brunch at noon in the Edgewood Hall Apprenticeship and Training Center on campus.At 3 p.m., the Palm Court Theatre Orchestra will perform dance band music from 1900 to the 1940s in the Chesapeake Theater. The colorful British troupe sings, dances, whistles, and it is known to display a "Monty Python type of humor."
January 24, 1999
First, he treated his fans to an energetic and entertaining concert, and then Grammy-nominated singer Lou Rawls joined them at a dessert reception at Kraushaar Auditorium on the Goucher College campus.The concert/reception raised $200,000 for the Sheppard Pratt Health System's Care for Kids Fund, a support program for children and adolescents with mental illnesses, and also commemorated the 30th anniversary of Sheppard Pratt's Forbush School, which offers educational and therapeutic programs for emotionally disturbed children.
October 24, 1999
Everyone was a star at Maryland Public Television's "Gala '99." As guests arrived at the MPT studios for its 30th anniversary celebration, they were greeted by "paparazzi" (actors posing as photographers and reporters).But the stardom didn't stop there. Some party-goers were interviewed on camera by MPT personality (and event honorary chair) Rhea Feikin, while others had a chance to try anchoring a mock news show, as they toured the MPT facilities.Among the 420 "stars" basking in the spotlight: Carole Sibel and Sharon Nevins, event co-chairs; Rob Shuman, MPT's CEO; Connie Caplan, chair of Maryland Public Broadcasting Commission; Louis Rukeyser, "Wall $treet Week" host; John Waters, Baltimore filmmaker; Frank Burch, chairman of the Piper & Marbury law firm; Cheryl Lockhart, BGE director of corporate contributions; and Earl Arnette, operations director at Arbros Communications.
August 26, 2006
If ye desireth to dine on turkey legs or see noble knights joust on the field of honor, get thee to the Maryland Renaissance Festival. Today marks the start of the 30th anniversary of the event, which runs weekends in Crownsville through Oct. 22. If you go The Maryland Renaissance Festival opens today and runs from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. weekends and Labor Day through Oct. 22. Tickets are $17 for adults, $15 for seniors, $8 for those ages 7-15 and free for...