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Baltimore Rising spotlights courage, collaboration in wake of Freddie Gray death

Baltimore City Police Commissioner Kevin Davis talks with community leader Genard “Shadow” Barr in the new HBO documentary Baltimore Rising. (courtesy HBO) In April 2015, a seemingly routine arrest turned tragically fatal when Freddie Gray – a twenty-five year old […]

Baltimore Rising spotlights courage, collaboration in wake of Freddie Gray death

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Baltimore City Police Commissioner Kevin Davis talks with community leader Genard “Shadow” Barr in the new HBO documentary Baltimore Rising. (courtesy HBO) In April 2015, a seemingly routine arrest turned tragically fatal when Freddie Gray – a twenty-five year old […]

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Shanel James(pictured in a purple gown) at a welcome reception for Miss US International.

Beauty queen channels energy into helping the homeless

Baltimore's Shanel James (pictured on the front row fourth from the right in Ravens purple) at a welcome reception for Miss International. (courtesy) What does it mean to be recognized

Goblin performing at Baltimore Soundstage. (Anthony C. Hayes)

Goblin, Morricone Youth: Mesmeric sensations move crowd at Baltimore Soundstage

Goblin performing on Saturday night at Baltimore Soundstage. (Anthony C. Hayes) Since the early era of recorded sound, music has played an integral part in moving movie audiences along with

Pompeian Olive Oil is bottled in Baltimore, Maryland. (Anthony C. Hayes)

Pompeian announces job growth, increased presence at Walmart

Baltimore-based Pompeian is the fastest-growing olive oil brand at Walmart, with sales that have increased by 238% since 2015. Recognizing this achievement, Mayor Catherine E. Pugh, city and state

Baltimore American Indian Center Receives 2017 Maryland Heritage Award

(l-r) E. Keith Colston, Celest Swann, and Louis Campbell on South Broadway in front of the Baltimore American Indian Center. Photo by Edwin Remsberg. BALTIMORE, MARYLAND – In conjunction with American

Leading by Example: Christian newscaster Tim Tooten believes ‘We are all held accountable’

For almost thirty years, Dr. Tim Tooten Sr. has covered the education beat for WBAL-TV 11 News. Tooten is widely respected in the news business and has won a

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Spotlighters renew lease, will stay in Mt. Vernon

Baltimore, MD. – Spotlighters Theatre is pleased to announce the signing of a long-term lease renewal with Madison Apartment Associates LLC to remain at its current location –

Maryland Historical Society sets first exhibition in new photography gallery

Unscripted Moments: The Life and Photography of Joseph Kohl BALTIMORE, October 30, 2017 - The Maryland Historical Society will open Unscripted Moments: The Life and Photography of Joseph Kohl, an exhibition

Amazon surprises city students with a $30,000 donation of technology, STEM toys

Gifts will offer programming support for Enoch Pratt Free Library and Reading Partners. Christmas in Baltimore came two months early today, when Amazon surprised a group of second-graders from Liberty

Todd Starnes: ‘I may be deplorable, but I have been redeemed’

Todd Starnes speaking to an audience at the DoubleTree Hotel in Baltimore. (Anthony C. Hayes) For nearly sixty years, radio audiences across the fruited plain paused in their daily routine

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