January 25, 1995
Due to wrong information supplied to The Sun, an incorrect phone number for the Young Victorian Theatre Company's auditions appeared in Sunday's Arts & Entertainment section. The correct phone number is (410) 653-6065.The Sun regrets the error.
October 12, 1995
In yesterday's Today section, an incorrect phone number was given for this weekend's conference on near-death and reincarnation at the Sheraton Hotel in Towson. The correct phone number is (410) 825-7521.The Sun regrets the error.
September 21, 1995
In a community column in Tuesday's edition of The Sun for Howard County, an incorrect phone number was listed for information about the Owen Brown Place Christmas Bazaar. The correct phone number is 381-0940.The Sun regrets the errors.
February 22, 1995
An incorrect phone number was listed in "What's Cooking" in yesterday's A La Carte section. The correct number for Bittersweet Hill Nurseries of Davidsonville is (410) 798-0231.The Sun regrets the error.Q: I recently bought a package of edible flowers and noticed that some were snapdragons. Are these any different from the snapdragons I grow in the garden?A: Hildred Morton of Bittersweet Hill Nurseries (specializing in herbs and edible flowers), in Davidsonville says that these snapdragons are likely to be the same as the common garden variety and are edible as long as they haven't been treated with pesticides.
May 2, 1993
Rare is it that nearly 300 readers call about a story. But, in the case of our March 21 cover, we asked for it."Why Husbands Dread Sundays," written by University of Connecticut professor Regina Barreca, suggested Sundays are torment for some husbands, who long for escape. Their wives, on the other hand, long for time together with them.It was a topic sure to inspire conversation at the breakfast table.I had asked readers to call SUNDIAL, the telephone information service of the Baltimore Sun, to partake in a short survey on the husbands story and, if they chose, to record 60 seconds of their reactions.
October 7, 2001
Jacqueline Kennedy: The White House Years," which marks the 40th anniversary of her reign as first lady and focuses on her influence on fashion and style, opened recently at the John F. Kennedy Library and Museum in Boston. The exhibit includes 80 original outfits and accessories worn by Kennedy. Among the highlights are the fawn coat and pillbox hat she wore to her husband's inauguration in 1961, and the cream-colored satin gown she wore to a pre-inaugural gala. The museum has expanded its hours to accommodate visitors: 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Mondays and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday-Sunday.
July 30, 1998
An article in yesterday's Maryland section of The Sun included an incorrect phone number for those seeking information on how to donate money or back-to-school items for poor Baltimore County families. The correct number is 410-853-3020.The Sun regrets the errors.TOWSON -- The county's social services volunteer office is seeking donations of cash, school supplies and clothing for children from poor families who need help getting off to a good start in the new school year.Notebooks, paper, dividers, crayons and other items are needed for children whose parents cannot afford them, according to Deborah Ward, who said last year's effort supplied 1,000 children.
January 22, 1995
Due to wrong information supplied to The Sun, an incorrect phone number for the Young Victorian Theatre Company's auditions appeared in Sunday's Arts & Entertainment section. The correct phone number is (410) 653-6065.The Sun regrets the error.In its latest round of grants, the National Endowment for the Arts has awarded $363,240 to arts organizations and artists in Maryland.The awards cycle included funding to dance companies, museums, music festivals, arts presenters and opera and musical theater companies.