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Babe Ruth bus tour is a winner in Baltimore

On Saturday morning about 30 fans of one of baseball’s, and Baltimore’s, most legendary figures – George Herman “Babe” Ruth – gathered at Peabody Heights Brewery, in Charles Village, the jumping off point for a two hour bus tour. This […]

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Babe Ruth bus tour is a winner in Baltimore

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On Saturday morning about 30 fans of one of baseball’s, and Baltimore’s, most legendary figures – George Herman “Babe” Ruth – gathered at Peabody Heights Brewery, in Charles Village, the jumping off point for a two hour bus tour. This […]

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Babe Ruth hits a home run in Baltimore

During his legendary major league baseball career, Babe Ruth, aka George Herman Ruth, one of Baltimore’s greatest sons, hit 714 home runs. Well, he just hit another one out

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BMA host Baker Artist 2016 Awards

The Baker Artist Awards for 2016, were presented at the Baltimore Museum of Art. The winners were visual artist, Joyce J. Scott, $50,000; literary artist, Jen Grow, $20,000; performing

Protest earlier this year outsie the US Senate building. (Bill Hughes)

Activism in photos

Photo Slideshow on Activism from Bill Hughes on Vimeo. This Photo Slideshow on Activism dates from events going back as far as 2003, up until September, 2016. The central theme

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Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake fails to take responsibility

By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com There’s nothing quite as emblematic of Baltimore City’s failed leadership as the out-of-town (yet again) mayor firing her long-serving and super-loyal city solicitor for lacking a

Locust Point as seen from Silo Point

Helen Delich Bentley: My Recollections

Before the word “Feminist” was coined, Helen Delich Bentley had already created the iconic image of one. She did it by fearlessly, and with skill and tenacity, working her

Elder Witherspoon running for president of Baltimore City chapter of the NAACP

Elder Cortly D. Witherspoon is running for the office of president of the Baltimore City chapter of the NAACP. For the social justice activist, this will be his initial entry

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Artscape with a celestial theme is off to a roaring start

Friday, July 15, 2016, was opening day for Artscape. This year the three-day event is featuring a celestial theme. Exhibits reflecting that lofty image are lined-up on north Charles

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Dock of the Bay: Waterside Dining on Miller’s Island

Is there a more delightful way to have lunch or dinner in the summer than to have it waterside? When that water is the Chesapeake Bay, it makes the experience

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Langermann’s: A great dining experience

I for one like dining downtown, especially in what I’d call the hipper neighborhoods. Fells Point is one, so is Locust Point, Federal Hill and Canton. Langermann’s happens to be located

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