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Maryland is the best place for women to live in America

Apparently, the best place in America to be a woman is Maryland. Well, that’s good to know! Maryland has the biggest opportunities for high-level jobs, money and healthcare, according to the non-partisan educational institute called the Center for American Progress. […]

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Maryland is the best place for women to live in America

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Apparently, the best place in America to be a woman is Maryland. Well, that’s good to know! Maryland has the biggest opportunities for high-level jobs, money and healthcare, according to the non-partisan educational institute called the Center for American Progress. […]

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No War With Syria Rally at Inner Harbor

Hands of Syria: Education and Jobs not War

Peace and justice activists staged a rally  Tuesday at McKeldin Square, in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. The theme: “Hands Off Syria: Education and Jobs not War.” The demonstration was sponsored

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All I’m saying is give my generation a chance

"Are you in school?"  I get asked this question a lot.  I also get carded when I order a Mojito at a rooftop bar on a summer evening in

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Time – and relationship – management does not come easy

Last night I didn’t get home from work until nearly 8 p.m. Let me start by saying my apartment is ten minutes away from where I work. At 5

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My new job versus boyfriend’s new job: the endless battle

Recently I started a new job at this epically cool company. “Awesome,” my boyfriend, started new full-time hours at his part-time job after quitting his full-time job (try saying

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Baltimore activists call on Caesar’s Horseshoe Casino to hire local residents

Social justice activists staged a spirited rally Saturday in South Baltimore, near the future site of Caesar’s new Horseshoe Casino, (Russell Street), and just south of the M&T Stadium. The

Support for Md. workforce training program unites business and workers

By Ilana Kowarski Ilana@MarylandReporter.com Mark Rice, CEO of Maritime Applied Physics You might not expect a CEO and a person without a job to agree on legislation, but there are exceptions.  Marylanders

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Baltimore needs to grow and change to survive

“If it rained soup in Ireland, the Irish would come out with forks.” Once neatly stated by Brendan Behan as if you were sitting next to him today at White Horse

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Grenada’s Prime Minister Keith Mitchell vows to spur economy and ‘engage the world’

Prime Minister Keith Mitchell put his cabinet  on alert after taking office - telling them that the government will not  be business as usual. “Grenada is ready to engage the

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State of the Union is nearly hunky-dory

As required by law President Obama delivered his State of the Union message to Congress this past Tuesday. The Constitution says, in Section 3 of Article 2, “He shall from

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