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Baltimore’s ‘Ace of Cakes’ looks to trump ‘Cake Boss’

Duff Goldman hasn’t spent the past few months preparing for a baking competition. He’s been training for a fight. “I’d wake up at 3 a.m., go to the gym for two hours, go home and then bake for 10 hours, […]

Baltimore’s ‘Ace of Cakes’ looks to trump ‘Cake Boss’

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Duff Goldman hasn’t spent the past few months preparing for a baking competition. He’s been training for a fight. “I’d wake up at 3 a.m., go to the gym for two hours, go home and then bake for 10 hours, […]

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El Chapo proved that a wall will not stop the flow of drugs

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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

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BALTIMORE — If you can’t figure out how to describe Sinbad’s type of stand-up comedy, don’t worry about it—neither can he. The longtime comedian and comic actor says he’s

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BALTIMORE — College is undoubtedly one of the most expensive journeys 18-year-olds embark on in the U.S. With tuition costs on the rise, low- and middle-income students often struggle to

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The Ghosts of Johns Hopkins: Merchant’s legacy key to progress, problems in Baltimore

In much of the free world, the name Johns Hopkins is almost sacrosanct. The Baltimore merchant/venture capitalist – a powerful figure in the America of the mid-nineteenth century –

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