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Baltimore going greener as more marijuana dispensaries set to open

The city of Baltimore is turning that little greener following the news that the Maryland marijuana regulators have agreed to the opening of seven new medical marijuana dispensaries, two

Pimlico redevelopment would significantly impact the communty surrounding the track. (Anthony C. Hayes)

Pimlico redevelopment forum offers options to doubtful neighbors

With the 143rd running of the Preakness Stakes just a few weeks away, area residents are still wondering what the future holds for the beleaguered track. Will the storied race

North Carolina student asks: ‘What makes Maryland great?’

Dear People of the Great State of Maryland, Hello! I am a fourth-grade student in North Carolina. In fourth grade, we research a state for our State Fair, and I

Prepping for Orioles Opening Day

As the Baltimore Orioles prepare to kick-off the 2018 season against the visiting Minnesota Twins, vendors, players, and fans get into the swing at Oriole Park at Camden Yards.

Linda Brown taught us lessons we are still trying to figure out

Photo from Maryland State Archives: Mother teaches child about Brown v. Board of Edcuation. Since America is always a work in progress, we’re still evaluating the racial effects of Linda

Exhibit at Baltimore’s ‘Urban Oasis’ Explores Environmental Concerns

 An image from the Eric Corriel work "Water Will Be Here." Paths of Perception opens at Cylburn Arboretum on March 29th. Baltimore, MD: Paths of Perception, an experiential and participatory

Latte Art World Championship heats up Baltimore Convention Center

Wake up and smell the coffee, Baltimore! Coffee Fest is in town with more than 3,500 specialty coffee industry professionals bubbling around Charm City! The soul-quenching three-day trade show will

One of th features pieces at the Babble exhibit in Baltimore is "Benjamin" a fake human figure half covered by books is the work of New York artists Alina and Jeff Bliumis. (credit Anthony C. Hayes)

‘Babble’ explores language barriers through art

"Benjamin" -- a fake human figure half covered by books -- is the work of New York artists Alina and Jeff Bliumis. (Anthong C. Hayes) Is language a gift that

Letter to the Editor: Evidence contradicts Speaker Michael Busch on effects of Firearm Safety Act

Dear Editor, Michael Busch, the Democratic speaker of the Maryland House of Delegates, made a number of incorrect and misleading statements to the Baltimore Sun in his editorial on March