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The Ivy Hotel is one of Baltimore’s premier establishments

Recently I had the honor of spending the night at The Ivy Hotel, which is  located in downtown Baltimore at 204 East Biddle Street and Calvert. The hotel opened in June of 2015, in a house that was built in 1889. […]

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The Ivy Hotel is one of Baltimore’s premier establishments

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Recently I had the honor of spending the night at The Ivy Hotel, which is  located in downtown Baltimore at 204 East Biddle Street and Calvert. The hotel opened in June of 2015, in a house that was built in 1889. […]

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Elephants for Africa: Baltimore artist donates original art for charity

A Baltimore-based British artist has joined forces with UK-based elephant charity Elephants for Africa for some festive fundraising. Emma Kaufmann, who specializes in animal portraits, has donated an original piece

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Donald Trump’s Baltimore effect

By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com Let’s call it the “Trump Effect” or the “Trump-Carson Effect.” Either way, it’s come to Baltimore. In the campaign for mayor of Charm City – a dubious

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Who is to blame for Maryland’s school testing malaise

Photo by mmole with Flickr Creative Commons License By Melody Simmons For MarylandReporter.com When a state commission meets for the first time on Tuesday to open a probe on the use of

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Is Obama to blame for closing Baltimore job center?

President Obama signs WIOA with Marylanders Steny Hoyer, the House minority whip, and Tom Perez, the labor secretary at the far left. From the WIOA website. By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com The Maryland

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When it comes to food, everyone wins at Horseshoe Casino

I am not a big visitor to casinos. Ever since I discovered my lucky number in blackjack was 22, I decided to keep away from gambling. Then there was the day

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Asahi Sushi in Fells Point satisfies four picky eaters

Chefs work briskly behind Asahi's sushi bar to prepare for the dinner rush (Lauren Molander) In Fells Point and craving sushi? If you explore South Broadway just north of the

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Hogan’s bus transit plan is a long shot

Transportation Secretary Pete Rahn, left, and Gov. Larry Hogan talk to reporters after last week's transit announcement. (Photo by Governor's Office) By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com Let’s take Gov. Larry Hogan at

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Second Edition Books & Music keeps retro relevant in Columbia

Bright stacks of books rest on tables, shelves and in crates upon the dull sidewalk. In a window behind them, The Go-Gos, Cyndi Lauper, and Lynyrd Skynyrd mingle in a

Maryland CASA raises $50k to support work on behalf of abused, neglected children

BALTIMORE—On Oct. 17, 2015, more than 160 runners (and walkers) joined Maryland CASA Association and local Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) programs as “superheroes for children” at the Baltimore

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