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Hollywood has gained the world, but lost its soul

It is classic utilitarianism that Harvey Weinstein would be sacrificed for the benefit of the many who still exploit and abuse women in Hollywood. It has been pointed out that others like Roman Polanski and Bill Cosby remain in the […]

Hollywood has gained the world, but lost its soul

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It is classic utilitarianism that Harvey Weinstein would be sacrificed for the benefit of the many who still exploit and abuse women in Hollywood. It has been pointed out that others like Roman Polanski and Bill Cosby remain in the […]

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Hurricane Irma National Key Deer Refuge bunkhouse maintenance facilities have significant damage Photo by USFWS

Baltimore artist utilizes evocative painting to aid victims of Hurricane Irma

National Key Deer Refuge bunkhouse and maintenance facilities show significant damage from Hurricane Irma. Photo by USFWS Hurricane Irma – the most powerful storm to strike the United States since

A checklist for Project Homeless Connect

Project Homeless Connect offers resources, services for Marylanders in need

If you awoke this morning in a cozy abode, to the smell of coffee and a steaming hot shower, then followed breakfast with a pleasant drive to a well-paying

Ghostbuster cosplayers pose with two boys at Monster-Mania-Con in Hunt Valley, Maryland Sept 2017 credit Anthony C. Hayes

Monster-Mania-Con: Something eerie for everybody

Horror fans Wes Jr. and Damian pose with two Ghostbusters cosplayers at Monster-Mania-Con. (Anthony C. Hayes) Halloween only comes once a year – unless you’re a fan of all things

Baruch Rosenstein and Yechiel Brejt were two of the rabbinic students who led Kol Nidre services at North Oaks Senior Community in Pikesville, Maryland. (Anthony C. Hayes)

Kol Nidre unites retirees, rabbinic students in prayer

Baruch Rosenstein and Yechiel Brejt: two of the students who helped lead Kol Nidre at North Oaks. (Anthony C. Hayes) Solemnity surrounds the recitation of the ancient Aramaic prayer known

Baltimore Screenwriters Competition now accepting submissions

ENTRY DEADLINE JANUARY 24, 2018 Calling all screenwriters! The Baltimore Film Office at the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts is now accepting entries for the 13th annual Baltimore

Monster Mania Con 2017 Todd Welsh 15

Monster-Mania-Con creeps into Maryland

Just in time for Halloween, Monster-Mania-Con has crept into the Delta Hotel Marriott in Hunt Valley, Maryland. A traveling convention for those unafraid of things that split skulls in

Honor Flight veterans from New York smile with appreciation for the warm reception they received at BWI. (Lisa Salkov)

BWI passengers greet Honor Flight vets with standing ovation

Honor Flight veterans smile with appreciation during their arrival at BWI. (Lisa Salkov) As many Americans wrestle with the propriety of taking a knee during the National Anthem, almost 100

Maryland auto mechanic balances life helping victims of natural disasters

Hurricane Harvey is the latest natural disaster to rock the beleaguered Gulf Coast. As President Trump prepares to make his first official trip to inspect hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico, Maryland-based auto

Anne Arundel County Fire Department Graduates 56 th Recruit Class

Anne Arundel County Fire Department Graduates 56th Recruit Class

Anne Arundel County Executive Steven R. Schuh and Fire Chief Allan C. Graves proudly announce the graduation of Fire Department Recruit Class 56. The 47 members of Recruit Class 56,

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