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Harry Oken, left, Ed Norton and Janet Oken at the Senator Theater before the Baltimore premiere of The Painted Veil.

With all the warmth of a family reunion, Columbia, Md., native Edward Norton opened his film The Painted Veil at the Senator Theater with a Baltimore premiere benefiting Howard County General Hospital. The sold-out Dec. 17 event raised more than $365,000 for the hospital’s campus development campaign, a record for the Columbia hospital. It also tops totals for any Senator premiere benefit. More than 800 people attended, including Norton’s extended family. Norton is the grandson of the late James Rouse, Columbia founder and longtime Howard County General supporter. Harry Oken, the hospital’s chairman of medicine, and his wife, Janet, organized the premiere.

 

 

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