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  • Baltimore Catholic Church Celebrates Homosexual "Pride" Month

    06/16/2014 8:51:55 PM PDT · by icwhatudo · 380 replies
    "Celebrate Pride Month with the St. Ignatius Community!" "As members of the Mystical Body of Christ, the Church, we are called to celebrate and share the gifts of diversity of sexuality in our church today. Our organization, Embracing God's Gifts, has been formed as an instrument for recognizing these gifts and incorporating their goodness and use into the life of our parish."
  • Sue Nami Crowned Miss Gay Maryland 2009

    03/11/2011 9:16:42 PM PST · by doug from upland · 76 replies
    Sue Nami Crowned Miss Gay Maryland 2009 By Dimitria ! Published April 29, 2009 L to R: Tatiyanna Voche (Miss Gay Maryland 2008), Sue Nami (Miss Gay Maryland 2009), Chi Chi Ray Colby (First Alternate Miss Gay Maryland 2009). (Photo: Andy Liu) After three nights and nine contestants vying for the title, Tatiyanna Voche, Miss Gay Maryland 2008, crowned Baltimore’s own Sue Nami Miss Gay Maryland 2009 on Monday, April 20. Both Sue Nami and first alternate Chi Chi Ray Colby will advance to compete in Miss Gay America. Sue Nami sat down with Dimitria to talk about how it...
  • Zombies lumber into curriculum at University of Baltimore

    09/07/2010 9:06:51 AM PDT · by markomalley · 25 replies
    Balmer Sun (Hon) ^ | 9/7/2010 | Childs Walker
    Arnold Blumberg plops the zombie head on a table at the front of the small theater. "I brought a friend," says the University of Baltimore professor, clad in an unbuttoned black shirt adorned with red skulls. Blumberg is meeting his class for the first time and it seems appropriate that he greet them beside "old Worm Eye," undead star of the 1979 Italian cult film "Zombi 2." It was Worm Eye's decaying visage that called to a young Blumberg from the shelf of a Randallstown video store in the 1980s. Without him, maybe Blumberg wouldn't be here today, teaching a...
  • College students ordered to shut down sandwich program for homeless

    12/23/2005 12:12:02 PM PST · by COBOL2Java · 121 replies · 2,678+ views
    Catholic News Service ^ | 23 December 2005 | George P. Matysek Jr.
    BALTIMORE (CNS) -- A Jesuit-run college in Baltimore has suspended a food program for the homeless after the city's health department informed student participants that they could not distribute sandwiches without a license. Despite not having a license, which requires that hot and cold running water be available where the food is served, several students from Loyola College in Maryland have continued to give out sandwiches on their own outside St. Vincent de Paul Church in downtown Baltimore on Monday nights. "We think the regulations are ridiculous," said Ashley Biggs, an 18-year-old sophomore and the student coordinator of the outreach...
  • Ravens' Lewis reports to Fla. prison camp

    02/04/2005 11:04:50 PM PST · by Paleo Conservative · 23 replies · 1,118+ views
    Associated Press via the Corpus Christi Caller-Times ^ | Feb 4, 2:17 PM EST | Brian Witte (Associated Press Writer)
    BALTIMORE (AP) - Baltimore Ravens running back Jamal Lewis reported to federal prison camp in Florida on Friday to serve a four-month sentence for using a cell phone to try to set up a cocaine deal, a U.S. Bureau of Prisons spokesman said. Dan Dunne, the prisons spokesman, said Lewis reported to Federal Prison Camp, Pensacola on Saufley Field at about 11:40 a.m. "It's a facility where inmates are required to work, and it provides auxiliary work force for the military there," Dunne said. "The chief job for the inmates is grounds maintenance work." The minimum-security facility holds up to...
  • With help of the Internet, presidential candidate Howard Dean is building a grassroots following

    07/06/2003 6:25:13 PM PDT · by jern · 1 replies · 251+ views
    Baltimore Sun ^ | July 5, 2003 | Rob Hiaasen