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Mayor Pugh should think twice before signing ban on foam containers

By Casey Jenkins Mayor Catherine Pugh gave her second State of the City address March 12, laying out a bold vision for the future of Baltimore City. After saying that the city has received “too much attention for all of […]

Mayor Pugh should think twice before signing ban on foam containers

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By Casey Jenkins Mayor Catherine Pugh gave her second State of the City address March 12, laying out a bold vision for the future of Baltimore City. After saying that the city has received “too much attention for all of […]

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Why I moved to Baltimore….and loving it

“Why Baltimore?”, friends asked. The simple answer was: “necessity”. Several years of under-and unemployment meant I could no longer afford – nor did I need – the 6,000 square

Brunch to lunch in Baltimore – places to eat for your next time out

Hooray and alas, thanks to one of Baltimore’s premiere p.r. gals, Randi Rom, I was invited to try a new place (for me) for brunch. It is Sam’s Canterbury

Nothing like Sunday brunch at Cunningham’s Café & Bakery and By The Docks

Sunday brunch I know is popular with my crowd. And I suspect many in your circle of friends like it too.  So with that in mind, I journeyed to

Will he beat Chef Bobby Flay? Baltimore’s Chef Patnam took the challenge!

Kiran Patnam, executive sous chef of the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront, is competing on the Food Network's "Beat Bobby Flay."  (Courtesy of the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront) I don’t have an answer

Fire breaks out in Pemco warehouse in S.E. Baltimore

Fire burns through the vacant Pemco warehouse in southeast Baltimore City. The 2-story brick structure, which was about to be demolished, once housed a porcelain factory. Nearly fifty firefighters

A Son of Hampden: A Conversation with George Figgs

I had a conversation with one of Hampden’s unique sons - George Figgs on Saturday. He’s now residing across the Jones Falls in neighboring Woodberry. We sat down in

Episcopal Bishop Eugene Sutton Champions the Cause of the “Dreamers”

A spirited rally was held on the afternoon of September 13, 2017, in Bishop’s Park, Baltimore, Maryland. A crowd of about 150 were present. The park is located at

Labor Day offers little to celebrate this year

Today is Labor Day, when Americans across the country celebrate — or mourn — the end of summer. The end of summer doesn’t really arrive until September 22 when

Letter to the Editor: Confederate statues on the run

I continue to be baffled by the late night romp of Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh to purge downtown Baltimore of a few lonesome Confederate statues. On a scale of

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