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Finding Mental Health Solutions in Baltimore

Baltimore is a great place to live. But, like other highly populated areas, the Baltimore area doesn’t always go easy on our mental health. It’s easy to feel anxious and stressed in the Baltimore traffic or muggy summers. But you […]

Finding Mental Health Solutions in Baltimore

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Baltimore is a great place to live. But, like other highly populated areas, the Baltimore area doesn’t always go easy on our mental health. It’s easy to feel anxious and stressed in the Baltimore traffic or muggy summers. But you […]

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Station North welcomes Italian-inspired Orto Restaurant

The growing arts and entertainment Station North district in Baltimore, from Maryland Institute of Art and Penn Station to North Avenue, where the Parkway Theatre, Charles Theatre, BIG (Baltimore

5 Scenic Drives Near Baltimore

Beautiful Baltimore! The heart of Maryland is a scenic whirl. From farms to forests, from Victorian elegance to modern splendor, Baltimore offers a little bit of everything. If you’ve got

Baltimore Symphony Orchestra pushing to cut musicians pay as it plays hardball with the union

BALTIMORE — On Tuesday evening, January 8, 2019, a concert was held at the Roman Catholic Basilica of the Assumption in Baltimore, Maryland. It featured the brass and percussions sections

Bernie

Photo used under a Creative Commons license from flickr user Jasperdo  In the 1970s, I was living in Waverly, near the old Memorial Stadium. The city neighborhood was nearly all

Santé is back: A Taste of Baltimore

A New Year and the flush of charity events begin. Santé is the Kidney Foundation of Maryland’s annual fundraiser taking place Thursday, February 28 at the Visionary Art Museum,

Nancy Pelosi home-schooled in the art of politics by her mother ‘Big Nancy’

BALTIMORE – Everybody across America thinks they know the origin of Nancy Pelosi’s politics, but everybody’s wrong. They call her a San Francisco liberal, as though geography alone determines

Check out Baltimore Gems: Charles Theatre, Anthony’s Anchors Aweigh, and Phillips Seafood

One of my favorite movie houses in town is the Charles Theatre. It's locally owned, by the same folks who operate the Senator, and there you will find films

Charm City Strikes Again

Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh and her miscreant gang of public officials are at it again.  Fear not, Charm City is fresh out of Confederate statutes to plunder in the

Pugh’s ‘squeegee kid’ solution doesn’t solve the problem

By Tyrone E. Keys Jr. and Richard E. Vatz For MarylandReporter.com With apologies to William Wordsworth, Baltimore City Mayor Catherine Pugh is too much with us. The ever-agenda-distracting Mayoral rhetoric now explodes with excitement over

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