HUNT VALLEY-COCKEYSVILLE, MD — Ever wanted to see Towson Tigers vs. Vermont Catamounts or Dear Evan Hansen live in action? How about Celine Dion or Moscow Ballet's Great Russian Nutcracker? These are just a few of the big-name events scheduled at venues in the Hunt Valley-Cockeysville area in the near future. Check out our weekly roundup of listings below for all the exciting details, dates and ticket prices. Want to check out more great events in your area? Click here to find local tickets. (Pro tip: Enter the promo code "PatchTickets10" at checkout to get 10 percent off!)SPORTS | BASKETBALL Towson Tigers Vs. Vermont Catamounts When: Saturday, Nov 30, 2019 | 7:00 pmWhere: Secu Arena At Towson University, Towson, MDPrice: $900 and up1 tickets remainingTHEATER | MUSICAL / PLAY Dear Evan Hansen When: Tuesday, May 12, 2020 | 8:00 pmWhere: Hippodrome Theatre At The France-Merrick PAC, Baltimore, MDPrice: $57 and upSPORTS | BASKETBALL The Harlem Globetrotters When: Saturday, Dec 28, … [Read more...] about 13 Big-Ticket Events Coming Up Near Hunt Valley-Cockeysville
Neuqua valley bomb threat
To the editor: In 1960, when I was 14 and growing up in Wilkes-Barre, Penn., I visited a model fallout shelter. I decided on the spot that my family needed to build one immediately. (“California’s San Onofre nuclear plant is a Chernobyl waiting to happen,” Nov. 19)When I told my parents that they needed to do this, they laughed and explained to me that where we lived, between New York and Washington, would be a major nuclear strike zone. Plus, even if a bomb didn’t land on little ole Wilkes-Barre, the bombs sent elsewhere would kill everyone anyway. On a final grim note, my father said, the living would envy the dead. This was not very reassuring, and the fallout shelter was never built.Now, living in the shadow of the decommissioned San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station, I am not afraid for myself, but I am for the young people with their lives ahead of them. As one of the 8.4 million people living within 50 miles of San Onofre, I say we must demand better than … [Read more...] about Letters to the Editor: Why do we accept living near a potential major nuclear accident site?
Good morning, Bay Area. It’s Friday, Nov. 22, and the expectations around this weekend’s Big Game might be more about the collegiate pranks than the football. Here’s what you need to know to start your day. Witness Sophia Humphrey, a 22-year-old student at Ohlone College in Fremont, was on her way home on BART Tuesday when she witnessed a harrowing scene just 10 feet away: a stabbing that ended in the death of an Oakland man. The victim, identified by authorities as Oliver “Tyrone” Williams, confronted the attacker, identified as Jermaine Jeremiah Brim, as Brim took off a shoe from a homeless man, Humphrey said. She said the suspect then turned on Williams and stabbed him over and over again. When the train pulled into South Hayward Station, the suspect fled. Humphrey, who uses a wheelchair, got off and moved to aid Williams, who was bleeding profusely. “I would much rather myself have to live through something traumatic and be there for someone else … [Read more...] about Bay Briefing: She tried to save a life on BART