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Photographer who shot iconic riot photo: ‘Everyone needs to wake up’

Photographer Devin Allen’s image of a young masked man fleeing police officers during the Baltimore riots in 2015 landed on the cover of Time magazine and changed his life, he told admirers of his work at a talk at the […]

Photographer who shot iconic riot photo: ‘Everyone needs to wake up’

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Photographer Devin Allen’s image of a young masked man fleeing police officers during the Baltimore riots in 2015 landed on the cover of Time magazine and changed his life, he told admirers of his work at a talk at the […]

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Hogan: Removing the Taney statue from State House was ‘right thing to do’

The statue of Chief Justice Roger B. Taney was hauled away early Friday morning on a flatbed truck. The monument had been erected on the grounds of the Maryland

If Trump were a statue, he would be removed

Justice Taney' monument comes down. Credit: Rudi Riet/Creative Commons via Flickr ANNAPOLIS, MD. – In a quiet, shaded area outside the State House here sits a statue of Roger Brooke

Pugh’s moves quickly to take down statues

The Lee / Jackson Monument in Baltimore. (Anthony C. Hayes) BALTIMORE – Four Confederate-era statues in Baltimore were unceremoniously removed in the dead of night, hours after the mayor vowed

Baltimore removes Confederate Statues

Confederate statues in Baltimore were removed from their concrete bases overnight, as crews using heavy machinery loaded them onto flat bed trucks and hauled them away. Photos and video

Baltimore’s weekend ceasefire ends in murder

BALTIMORE - A three-day weekend ceasefire in Baltimore during which two people were fatally shot and two others were wounded is still being called a success by organizers and

A restoration piece by Mark Supik & Co. Woodturning in Baltimore (credit Anthony C. Hayes)

Mark Supik Woodturning & Monument City Brewing: Tapping into two thriving businesses

What’s on tap this summer at the Baltimore Museum of Industry (BMI)? Consider two recent events which showcased Baltimore’s burgeoning business climate. First, on June 25, the BMI hosted

Baltimore needs to implement ‘Stop and Frisk’ policy

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Ringo Awards will debut at Baltimore Comic-Con

Pro and Fan Comic Book Awards come to "America's Greatest Comic Book Convention" and YOU GET A VOTE! The Mike Wieringo Comic Book Industry Awards is an annual celebration of

Freeman Hrabowski lives in the limelight until a crisis hits

Freeman Hrabowski III, the president of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, began his civil rights activism early in life. As a 12-year-old, he marched in the May 1963

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