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"The achieve of; the mastery of, the thing"

I found very late last night, after performing in the Improv class show (and dominating it a bit, never send a hammy lawyer who grew up on Mel Brooks onto a stage without retaining use of a hook to get her off) that July 28 is also the birthday of one of the great artists of all time, Jesuit priest and masterful poet of nature and spirit, Gerard Manley Hopkins.   339 more words

Improv

New Lab Keeps Md. On Cutting Edge Of Health & Technology

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Infectious diseases, pathogens and bioterrorism agents are all inside a new building downtown.

Jessica Kartalija explains it’s great news for researchers at Johns Hopkins. 302 more words

News

Hopkins Agrees To $190M Settlement In Secret OBGYN Exam Taping Case

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Settlement announced. Johns Hopkins Hospital has agreed to pay millions to settle claims filed by patients of Dr. Nikita Levy. He’s the gynecologist accused of secretly recording his patients. 618 more words

News

A Family Session ~ Hopkins, MN Photographer

My favorite part about this “job” are the people I get to meet. I have the opportunity to watch little ones grow, learn, and families expand. 84 more words

Photography

Johns Hopkins Hospital Drops To No. 3 In National Rankings

BALTIMORE (WJZ)–Johns Hopkins Hospital takes third place in the national ranking by US News & World Report.

Pat Warren has more on how the administration is reacting. 292 more words

News

Hitchcock 2012

 

In the small American 1950s town of Plainfield, a man by the name of Ed Gein committed a string of gruesome atrocities, which inspired Robert Bloch to write a novel entitled Psycho. 474 more words

Film

3 Bystanders Pull Man From Burning Car

The car being pulled out of the woods by a tow truck, taken from wpro.com. 

Three people, including one East Greenwich resident, rescued the driver of a burning car after he crashed into the woods next to the Showcase Cinemas on Division Street Thursday afternoon. 173 more words

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