Children in grades 1-8 read to the cats as a way to improve their reading skills and gain confidence, A flock of migrating starlings is seen as they perform their traditional dance fly before landing to sleep, and two albino alligators, the result of a captive breeding program which protect endangered species.
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Jan. 23 Daily Brief: Justin Bieber gets arrested, 3 dead, 30 missing after senior home fire in Quebec, World Economic Forum in Davos
Canadian teen pop singer Justin Bieber was arrested in Miami, Fla. early Thursday on a drunk driving charge after he was caught drag racing on a main thoroughfare in a yellow Lamborghini sports car, according to police, and more in today’s daily brief.
For a half century, Ernie Imhoff has felt at home in the free and open spaces of Druid Hill Park – also known to many older residents as “Droodle” or “Droodle Pork” in Baltimorese. It is a treasure island of solitude and socializing smack in Baltimore’s midsection, he says.
Snow coated domes and minarets Friday as a record Mideast storm compounded the suffering of Syrian refugees, sent the Israeli army scrambling to dig out stranded motorists and gave Egyptians a rare glimpse of snow in their capital.
Taylor Swift gave the lingerie models a run for their money at the 2013 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show in New York’s Lexington Avenue Armory. The fashion show airs Dec. 10 on CBS.
The 150th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address is celebrated by visitors to Gettysburg, re-enactors and others.
The Color Run is back in Baltimore near Camden Yards and M&T Bank Stadium. Check out these images from today, November 17, 2013 and the inaugural event in May, and compare them to pictures from past Color Run events held in Australia, Brazil and the U.S.
As the fall high school sports season wraps up with championship play, we thought it would be a good time to look back at the best pictures from 2013. These photos show the intensity of competition as well as the joy of victory and the agony of defeat.
Seven months after it was thrust into the spotlight as a haven for corruption, corrections officials opened up the 150-year-old Baltimore City Detention Center to show improvements that they say are making the facility safer. Read the story
Photos by Lloyd Fox/The Baltimore Sun