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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 Street from the University of Baltimore above Mt. Royal and down […]

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Artscape with a celestial theme is off to a roaring start

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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 Street from the University of Baltimore above Mt. Royal and down […]

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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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Freddie Gray Case: Baltimore protesters slam ‘not guilty’ verdict

Baltimore (Talk Media News) – Chanting “no justice, no peace — jail killer police,” dozens of protesters took to the streets outside a Baltimore courthouse Monday after a judge

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Officer Nero acquitted of all charges in Freddie Gray’s death

A Baltimore City judge acquitted officer Edward Nero Monday of all charges related to Freddie Gray’s death. Gray died on April 19th last year from a devastating spinal injury likely

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Celebrating National Maritime Day in Baltimore

Pier 13, at the Canton Marine Terminal, is about as far southeast as you can go and still be within the jurisdiction of Baltimore City. On Sunday the harbor’s

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Purple Line Divided: $5.6 billion light rail moving forward

This is the first part in the series "Purple Line Divided" by the Capital News Service. The $5.6 billion Purple Line light rail project is moving ahead, but not

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What’s wrong with Baltimore?

By Bob Ehrlich and Jim Pettit For MarylandReporter.com . Over a year has passed since Baltimore erupted in violent protests following the death of Freddie Gray, and predictably, the respective political parties

Marchers move east along North Avenue in Baltimore to commemorate the death of Freddie Gray. (Anthony C. Hayes)

Freddie Gray’s death sparks legislation

By Lexie Schapitl Capital News Service On April 12, 2015, one day before the close of that year’s legislative session, Baltimore City police arrested 25-year-old Freddie Carlos Gray for possessing what

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Pier Six Pavilion hosts Boston 40th Anniversary Party

Classic rock legends Boston brought its guitar-fueled parade of hard rock hits to the Inner Harbor’s Pier Six Pavilion Saturday, rolling back time to a pre-millennial era when fuzzy

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