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Did ‘Victim’ of July 4th Gettysburg Clash Plan Confrontation?

Two “Patriots” with long guns at their side stop to read an inscription at the Gettysburg National Military Park. Hundreds of heavily-armed bikers, militiamen and veterans descended on Gettysburg in response to a mysterious ANTIFA/BLM threat to burn flags on […]

Two armed Patriots stop to read an inscription at Gettysburg National Park: July 4, 2020: credit BPE Staff

Did ‘Victim’ of July 4th Gettysburg Clash Plan Confrontation?

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Two “Patriots” with long guns at their side stop to read an inscription at the Gettysburg National Military Park. Hundreds of heavily-armed bikers, militiamen and veterans descended on Gettysburg in response to a mysterious ANTIFA/BLM threat to burn flags on […]

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Six Flags America Opens With New Pandemic Safety Protocols

BOWIE, MD -- One of the things I look forward to every spring is Six Flags America opening up after a long winter. I love walking around the park

Gettysburg National Military Park. (credit Anthony C. Hayes)

Flag Burning: Will ANTIFA Desecrate Gettysburg National Cemetery?

Could the site of Lincoln's Gettysburg Address be used for a flag burning protest? (Anthony C. Hayes) GETTYSBURG, PA. -- On July 1, 1863, battle lines were drawn around the

Boy Scout flag burning retirement ceremony: Eagle Scout candidate Jack Callahan accepts a weathered U.S. flag from Arbutus resident Collen Day. (credit Anthony C. Hayes)

For Aspiring Eagle Scout Flag Burning Ceremony an Act of Honor

Eagle Scout candidate Jack Callahan accepts a weathered U.S. flag from Arbutus resident Collen Day. (Anthony C. Hayes) BALTIMORE -- It is almost impossible these days to read the words

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Burn-In: Author Says AI May Be Edging World Closer to a Dystopian Future

Burn-In is a techno-thriller that follows the story of a hunt for a new kind of terrorist, through the streets of the Washington D.C. area. (Image by Pixabay) BALTIMORE --

The Spirit of Baltimore sails against the backdrop of Baltimore's beautiful Inner Harbor. (courtesy Hornblower Cruises and Events)

‘Safe Cruise’ Program in place for Spirit of Baltimore

The Spirit of Baltimore sailing at night against the backdrop of Baltimore's beautiful Inner Harbor. (courtesy Hornblower Cruises and Events) BALTIMORE -- With summer weather here at last and pandemic

Rest in Peace Hal Foster: Journalism Lost A Treasure

Editor's Note: It is with great sadness that we report the passing of beloved journalist, professor, mentor, and friend Hal Foster who penned articles and poems for the Baltimore

‘SafeStart’ Programming Will Mark Return of American Shakespeare Center

Company Takes Layered Mitigation Approach to Living and Working in the Age of Coronavirus STAUNTON, VA – American Shakespeare Center today announced its Summer 2020 “SafeStart” programming – an integrated

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Asha Tarry: Self-Care Key to Mental Health During COVID-19

Several months worth of dire COVID-19 news and pandemic-ordered isolation, followed by protests in the streets and uncertain prognostications, have left many people grappling with apprehension, loneliness and despair.

Biden Vets Former Police Chief From Key Swing State as Race Riots and Protests Erupt

Val Demmings (Screenshot YouTube) As racial tensions grow across the U.S. following another officer-involved death of an unarmed black man, a former Orlando police chief has catapulted up the shortlist

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