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author Karl Lamb holding up his book

In 1925 in New Orleans, the hypnotic rhythm of ragtime music spilled onto the streets of the French Quarter. But that wasn’t the case in Platteville, Colo. Ragtime music epitomized a myriad of social changes that were met with resistance out west as Karl Lamb explores in his first novel, Ragtime for the Rockies.

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In between swimming, bowling, kayaking, and playing bridge this summer, Louise News found the time to sell her Catonsville house and move to nearby

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While snow falls outside her window and the grounds crew at

residents near a train display

Trains have always been a big part of John Jarboe’s life. Growing up he could hear the trains go by his home in Annapolis Junction, Md., near where his father and grandfather both worked for the B&O Railroad. As a civil engineer, John also enjoyed working on projects that involved railroads.

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Bill Fitzpatrick still remembers the hero’s welcome he received when he returned home from the South Pacific during World War II.

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Since she was a small child, Gloria Paar always wanted to be a teacher. And for 50 years she lived that dream, first in Baltimore City Public Schools and later as a nursery school teacher in Catonsville, Md.