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Opinion: Maryland gangsters thriving in the free state

Maryland Attorney Brian Frosh joins the ‘gangster’ mentality of the free state. (BPE archives) By Richard J. Douglas For MarylandReporter.com Open borders. Marijuana. Relaxed rules on bail, lifer parole, and criminal sentencing. Anti-police legislators. It’s great to be a gangster […]

Opinion: Maryland gangsters thriving in the free state

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Maryland Attorney Brian Frosh joins the ‘gangster’ mentality of the free state. (BPE archives) By Richard J. Douglas For MarylandReporter.com Open borders. Marijuana. Relaxed rules on bail, lifer parole, and criminal sentencing. Anti-police legislators. It’s great to be a gangster […]

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Hersh’s is much more than just pizza

Their logo, a woman eating a slice of pizza with ooey, gooey melted cheese running from the slice to her lips denotes that this is the item to indulge

A wedding to remember: Pi Day at &pizza

Pi is a mathematical constant, the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter which is about 3.14159 – hence Pi Day is celebrated on 3.14 – March 14.

BMA presents its ‘Off the Shelf’ exhibition: Artworks, both modern & contemporary, produced in book form

  I enjoyed a preview Tuesday at the Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) of a splendid new exhibition. It’s entitled: “Off the Shelf: Modern & Contemporary Artists’ Books.” The program

Who the Hell Am I?

In 1970, after dropping out of college in Washington, D.C., I moved to Baltimore where I lived in a row home still heated by a coal furnace on West

One man’s journey onto Baltimore’s stage scenes and film sets

From the Spotlighters Theatre, to John Waters’ Movies, to Matt Porterfield’s Sollers Point. As a subscriber to Baltimore’s “Everyman Theatre,” I and others were given an opportunity, in March, 2016,

Standing Rock & DAPL Pipeline holds emergency protest in Baltimore

Social Justice and environmental activists, in solidarity with Native Americans, staged an emergency protest action on late Wednesday afternoon in downtown Baltimore, Maryland. The purpose of the their action was

Cupid’s ‘Undie Run’ at Market Place a fun-filled event

The weather at Baltimore’s Market Place on Saturday morning was most accommodating. It hovered around the mid-50 degree mark at noon, and at 2 p.m., the annual “2017 Cupid

Baltimore’s Black Worker Center organizes

Alberta (Birdie) Palmer commemorated Dr. Martin Luther King’s Birthday joining with other young workers at Coppin State University trading stories about their experiences on the job. A Brooklyn, N.Y. native,

Brusco Luncheonette: Restaurant in a restaurant

Cava Mezze, my favorite “new Greek” restaurant, has a not-so-hidden secret luncheonette called Brusco inside that features sandwiches and salads, Mondays through Fridays 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Brusco luncheonette

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