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Baltimore’s MLK Day Parade draws nearly 1,000 residents

Nearly one-thousand gathered at the crossroads of Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd and Eutaw Street on Monday afternoon to watch the annual parade commemorating the slain civil rights leader’s 86th birthday. The event, which was produced by Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and […]

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Baltimore’s MLK Day Parade draws nearly 1,000 residents

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Nearly one-thousand gathered at the crossroads of Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd and Eutaw Street on Monday afternoon to watch the annual parade commemorating the slain civil rights leader’s 86th birthday. The event, which was produced by Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and […]

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Shepherds and Wolves Literary Project puts children first in Baltimore

Shepherds and Wolves Literary Project is a non-profit project created by Samuel Harris which aims to promote literacy, language and literary arts to underprivileged communities in the Baltimore metropolitan

Talk Radio 680 WCBM RADIO 680 expands Sean & Frank, Maryland’s wake-up call

BALTIMORE, MD.  - Talk Radio 680 WCBM, now in its 90th year of broadcasting, announces that starting January 5, 2015, Sean & Frank and the Morning Show will expand

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Back on the rails – jumping trains in Baltimore

As December of another year squandered in the East loomed, the time came to pursue "rare miles" in a hyper-congested urban corridor. Two rail routes exist between DC and Baltimore.

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Navy beats Army, 17-10, in ‘America’s Game’

The Navy Midshipmen extended their series-record winning streak over the Army Black Knights to 13 with a 17-10 win in front of 70,935 fans at M&T Bank Stadium on

Navy's game against Army has been "America's Game" for 115 years. (Jon Gallo)

Army-Navy: ‘America’s Game’ in pictures

Navy's 17-10 victory over Army on Saturday extended the Midshipmen's series-record winning streak over the Black Knights to 13 in a rivalry that's spanned 115 years. But the game, played before

Navy quarterback Keenan  Reynolds' 1-yard plunge with 12:07 remaining was the difference in a 17-10 win. (Jon Gallo)

Army-Navy: ‘America’s Game’ a hit in Baltimore

One by one, Navy’s football players leaped onto the railing and into the waiting arms of their jubilant brigade, reveling in yet another victory over Army that’s becoming more

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Baltimore Streetcar Museum: Moving monuments to a storied past

Stargazing from the steps of car 264 at the Baltimore Streetcar Museum. (Richard Panse) Some city sounds are so commonplace you barely ever notice them: the compacting crunch of a

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Dining and gambling at the Horseshoe Casino in Baltimore

So here I was in the new Horseshoe Casino at 1550 Russell Street in downtown Baltimore playing slots and table games for going on six hours (not really but

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James Taylor still can move an audience with Beatles’ stories

JT came to Royal Farms Arena in Baltimore Tuesday and pleased a sea of gray heads by playing the soundtrack of their lives with a music catalog that expands

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