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Sunday night I was walking the Season Premier of The Walking Dead (Yes, I’m guilty of watching a show with Zombies – who knew?).

Anyway, they always have great commercials that tie into the theme of the show and… 428 more words


Cirque Musica Delights VSO Audience

There are two sounds which are very pleasing to the ear: the sound of a well-tuned diesel engine warming up, and the sound of a symphony orchestra doing the same; both sounds suggest that something exciting is about to happen. 1,142 more words


Sentimental Sally

So today I finally have to say goodbye to my fav little grey cardi that I purchased┬áback in Dec 2010. It went from its perfect store-bought condition in 2010 to… 362 more words

Center for Aging Studies Receives National Institute on Aging Grant for Adult Day Services Research

UMBC’s Center for Aging Studies has received a grant for well over one million dollars from the National Institute on Aging (NIA) to research Adult Day Services (ADS). 203 more words


Theo Gonzalves, American Studies, in Ian Ruskin Documentary on Barbara Dane

Actor, writer, and social activist Ian Ruskin has released a new two-hour documentary on the life of Barbara Dane. Titled, “A Wild Woman Sings the Blues: the Life and Music of Barbara Dane,” the documentary includes interviews with several musicians and others who know Dane well. 126 more words


Three To Makeover (2014)

1. Bedroom.
2. Grandma. (Good luck.)
3. Parks in poor NYC neighborhoods.
Kudos for the children-
To be done over again.


Information Systems Ph.D. Student is Co-Developer of an iPhone App in iOS8 Package

Brian Frey, UMBC Ph.D. student in information systems, has been collaborating for the past several years with colleagues at Georgia Tech University on a very simple concept: How can one infuse braille communication with the iPhone? 111 more words