July 17, 2012
Wedding Date: September 15, 2012 Her story: Jill Carr, 31, grew up in Oskaloosa, Iowa. Her family moved to Ellicott City in 1993. She is an independent financial planner and now lives in Ellicott City. Her father, William "Bill" D. Carr is a producer at CBIZ, Inc. Her mother, Cynthia J. Carr, is a recruiter for The Rogan Group. His story: Albert "Bert" H. Dudley IV, 36, grew up in Towson. He is a sales representative for DeVere Insulation, an energy efficiency consultant and personal trainer and lives in Ellicott City.
May 31, 2012
Dudley Clendinen relished nothing more than telling a great story — even the story of his impending death. A journalist and author who wrote for The New York Times and had once served as an editor for The Baltimore Sun, Mr. Clendinen died Wednesday at Baltimore's Joseph Richey House hospice of complications from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. He was 67. He chronicled his 18-month struggle with the condition commonly known as Lou Gehrig's disease on Baltimore public radio station WYPR in a series titled "Living with Lou: Dudley Clendinen on a Good, Short Life.
May 30, 2012
Bette W. Dudley, a homemaker and gardener, died of multiple myeloma May 22 at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. She was 64 and lived in Stevenson. Born Bette Wallenhorst in Cincinnati, she earned a degree in art history and Spanish from Chatham University and a master's degree in business administration from Loyola University Maryland. She moved to Baltimore after working at a Philadelphia insurance firm. While an outpatient at Kernan Hospital, she met her future husband, Dr. Albert Henry "Hank" Dudley III. In Baltimore, she initially worked as a consultant to the Hospital Association of Maryland, arranging executive and staff retreats.
February 2, 2012
For all of the surreal, left-field and at-times difficult music Baltimore produces, it's nice to be reminded there are local musicians doing meat-and-potatoes rock music. Enter Bryson Dudley, whose band (the no-nonsense titled Bryson Dudley Band) headlines the Metro Gallery on Friday. The guitars on Dudley's 2011 EP "Cold Summer Brew" ( download it for free here ) have the right amount of fuzz, a nice change of pace from bands drowning in their own walls of sound. These are straight-forward tales of "girls laying out in the sun" ("Swimming Pool")
April 20, 2011
Writer Dudley Clendinen is a gifted raconteur, weaving his stories in a soft Southern accent and with a courtly manner. It is easy to imagine him captivating dinner guests until long after the candles have burned down. It is a savage irony, then, that amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, commonly known as Lou Gehrig's disease, is taking his voice first when it might have chosen his limbs instead. It was slurred speech that gave Clendinen, 66, the first hint of trouble. A former national reporter and editorial writer for The New York Times who also worked for The Baltimore Sun, he had settled here to write books and teach.
September 21, 2010
Baseball Before last homestand, Dunn says he wants to stay a Nat Adam Dunn reiterated Monday that he wants to remain with the Washington Nationals. Even if he first becomes a free agent. "I still want to be here. I don't know what's going to happen," Dunn said before the Nationals opened their final homestand of the season. "Just because I go to free agency doesn't mean I can't come back here or that I don't want to come back here. I do. " The slugger leads the Nationals with 35 home runs and 93 RBIs.