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Inauguration Day through my eyes and my lens

I attended the inauguration of President Trump to capture some images of the day and hoped to get a photo of the new President. By the time I left Washington late that night I’d gotten my photographs and so much […]

Inauguration Day: A woman wearing an American flag hijab on the Nation al Mall moments after the Inaugural ceremony concluded. The woman was unable to be identified. (Michael Jordan)

Inauguration Day through my eyes and my lens

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I attended the inauguration of President Trump to capture some images of the day and hoped to get a photo of the new President. By the time I left Washington late that night I’d gotten my photographs and so much […]

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$7B Navy warship ‘Zumwalt’ draws protest

It’s “Fleet Week” (Oct. 10-17) in the port of Baltimore. The gala celebration includes dozens of vessels; military and private alike, plus schooner ships, from both Canada and the U.S.

Colin Kaepernick wants to leave the NFL

Soon to be former San Francisco 49ers quarterback, Colin Kaepernick, is done with pro football. I say soon to be although by the time this goes to press, he

Seattle says NO to Shell Oil

Photo above: The Solar Pioneer. (Joshua Franklin) Barging in on progress ... “Show, show, show your boat, gently with a screen…. Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily, police are on the scene!” (Or something like

McDonald’s wage hike: Speculation, and the science

McDonald’s has become the latest in a series of major corporations, like Wal-Mart and Ikea, to announce modest raises for wage employees. Though falling well short of typical calls

Black Caucus protests Hogan’s education funding

By Rebecca Lessner For MarylandReporter.com The Maryland legislature’s Black Caucus has sent a letter to Gov. Larry Hogan protesting cuts to education in his budget, saying they hurt progress being made

Stand For Peace

Saturday You will hold a candle, Protect the flame with your palm. Some will carry signs, “Stand For Peace”; There will be song. I will search for my heart In my cluttered room, Windows closed, blinds drawn. I

Baltimore teachers, students rally for $10-million from city hall for community schools

(Councilman Carl Stokes speaks to Baltimore City Hall rally for community schools.) By Alexis Webb Alexis@MarylandReporter.com Hundreds of Baltimore area teachers, parents, and students rallied in Baltimore City Hall Tuesday afternoon to

Activists protest at Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, chanting ‘No Cove Point’

All photos by Bonnie Lane except noted. Hundreds of activists from several Mid- Atlantic states and beyond gathered Julu 12 near the U.S. Capitol reflecting pool before marching to the

Baltimore City Council adopts stricter youth curfew law

Activists protested  outside Baltimore City Hall Monday against a proposed curfew law. On the agenda of the City Council was  Bill No. 13-0261, which opponents claim will “dramatically expand Baltimore’s (youth)

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