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Tarron Lively

Tarron Lively

Tarron Lively is the deputy editor of the Continuous News Desk.

Articles by Tarron Lively

‘Frankenfish’ hooks interest in book, TV

The "Frankenfish" -- that ravenous alien predator that threatened to walk out of a Crofton pond into Maryland's waterways last year -- has returned to the spotlight in a new book and a cable-TV movie. Published August 8, 2003

Glen Echo ballroom reopens to dancers

It was 56 years ago, but Fred Decker still remembers the night in 1947 when he stepped inside the Spanish Ballroom in Glen Echo Park and met the love of his life, Pauline. Published July 19, 2003

USS Reagan commissioned

Thousands of cheering onlookers yesterday witnessed the commissioning of the Navy's ninth Nimitz-class aircraft carrier -- named in honor of Ronald W. Reagan, the 40th president of the United States. Published July 12, 2003

Mall mobbed with 4th revelers

Area residents and visitors converged on the National Mall yesterday to join Americans around the world, from Baghdad to Baltimore, in celebration of the country's 227th birthday. Published July 4, 2003

City adds parking spaces after complaints

The D.C. Department of Transportation has created 26 new daytime parking spaces near the city's convention centers in response to complaints from businesses and churches about the lack of parking in the area. Published June 26, 2003

Reptile wholesaler charged with cruelty

An animal wholesaler in Silver Spring faces more than 30 counts of animal cruelty after nearly 200 dead animals were found in his warehouse. Published June 24, 2003

Museum plans lead to evictions

The Phillips Collection is proceeding with plans to expand the museum by purchasing an adjacent apartment building and evicting the tenants. Published June 11, 2003