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Cafe Hon, Gordon Ramsay and the fight to liberate a word revisited

Editor’s Note:  Baltimore Post-Examiner is proud to republish with permission an article that appeared on the website Welcome to Baltimore, Hon!  Here’s the back story behind  Baltimore’s fight to liberate the word “Hon.”  The Year of Living Hon-gerously For most of […]

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Cafe Hon, Gordon Ramsay and the fight to liberate a word revisited

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Editor’s Note:  Baltimore Post-Examiner is proud to republish with permission an article that appeared on the website Welcome to Baltimore, Hon!  Here’s the back story behind  Baltimore’s fight to liberate the word “Hon.”  The Year of Living Hon-gerously For most of […]

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MICA ‘Workin’ the Tease’ offers a taste of burlesque with the pros

A reporter can learn a lot about the changing face of a college campus simply by spending a few hours in the school library. A quick glance, for example,

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Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus: Truly ‘Built To Amaze’

Men on bicycles give a woman a ride in one of the better acts during Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey’s “Built To Amaze” at the Baltimore Arena on

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Renoir return, The Evasons, literary events fill weekend calendar

Pierre-Auguste Renoir’s, “Paysage Bords de Seine” goes on display at the BMA this weekend. With what is hopefully the last blast of winter’s cold air, March may finally be going

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Tecla’s K-9 Academy saves dogs, trains owners and builds relationships

Tecla with Brinkley Walking into Tecla’s K-9 Academy in Ellicott City, Maryland can be quite overwhelming. New clients with their dogs struggle to figure out how to hold a leash, while

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Baltimore Police Department holds panoptic Open House

For years, the closest most law abiding Baltimoreans ever got to the inner workings of the police department were through the fictional (albeit fact-filled) portrayals in shows like Homicide

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Bringing closure to the Black Panther era: Marshall ‘Eddie’ Conway free at last

Update:  On March 4, 2014, after residing for 44  years in a state prison cell, Marshall “Eddie” Conway became a free man. He had been convicted of killing a Baltimore

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BSO announces new season with unique event; sweeping press release

(Second violinists James Umber and Ivan Stefanovic rehearse for upcoming season) On Wednesday morning, the BSO announced the line-up for its 2014-2015 season in a way that was as unique

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MICA students produce stellar ‘Workin’ the Tease’ fundraiser

 Mourna Handful ~ one of the featured performers at Saturday's Workin' the Tease fundraiser (Justus Heger) On Saturday night, the students of MICA’s Exhibition Development Seminar hosted a gala fundraiser

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Casablanca: Classic film comes to Harbor East Theatre, BSO

It’s still the same old story.  And yet, seventy years after its debut, fans worldwide have never grown tired of going to Rick's Café Américain. Casablanca, the story of a

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