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Baltimore: The Never Ending Storm

Thunder in Baltimore, The storm floats in Like the cruise ships at the inner harbor. Rain follows thunder Even as lightning precedes it. But the downpour will not end the reign of heat. Hot nights and hotter days, Pools full […]

Baltimore: The Never Ending Storm

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Thunder in Baltimore, The storm floats in Like the cruise ships at the inner harbor. Rain follows thunder Even as lightning precedes it. But the downpour will not end the reign of heat. Hot nights and hotter days, Pools full […]

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Edgar Allan Poe: Artillerist-poet and his explosive legacy

The young Edgar Allan Poe (1809-1849) had a remarkable military career of almost four years, which had a lasting effect on his later literary work. Many Poe biographers speculated about

Family Affair actress looks at X Child Stars: Where Are They Now?

The cast of Family Affair: Anissa Jones, Brian Keith, Kathy Garver, Sebastian Cabot and Johnny Whitaker. Kathy Garver has spent more that 60 years entertaining audiences around the world as a

Labor Day, 2016-A Survivor’s Story

It’s the only U.S. holiday dedicated solely to workers. And since there’s no parade in my town, this should be an occasion for a guy who worked in a

Can sugarcane save Ethiopia’s dwindling forests?

Sugarcane harvest in Ethiopia (Wikipedia) Ethiopia is one of the most beautiful countries in the world, with a rich and varied nature and wildlife. However, the population growth and the need

Between Two Lifetimes

Baltimore Post-Examiner is proud to present an excerpt from Between Two Lifetimes by Ann Bezayiff. Between Two Lifetimes is a romantic, historical fiction story that takes place in the years

Washington’s Immortals: A must read for war, history buffs

When the Pride of Baltimore II, “America’s Star-Spangled Ambassador,” sails into the waters of Baltimore’s outer harbor, it passes two land-based forts. On its portside is Fort (William) Smallwood;

Police Work: The breaking of an honest cop, Chapter 6

Chapter 6 In December 1992 I was the chief witness for the United States Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Virginia at the trial of Donald Moore and three

Police Work: The breaking of an honest cop Chapter 5

Chapter 5 Less than two weeks after I testified at the second hearing things got progressively worse for me. Whatever thoughts I was entertaining in the back of my mind

Police Work: The breaking of an honest cop Chapter 4

The Loudoun County Commonwealth Attorney’s Office had come under scrutiny in the past for withholding exculpatory evidence in other cases. The chief investigator in the Carter case, that wasn’t the

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