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MSAC looks to highlight stories of women in the arts

Denise Johnson is executive director of the Arch Social Community Network, an arts and culture nonprofit dedicated to revitalizing Old West Baltimore through cultural engagement, economic cultivation, and youth development. Photo by Edwin Remsberg Photographs. The Maryland State Arts Council […]

Denise Johnson is executive director of the Arch Social Community Network, an arts and culture nonprofit dedicated to revitalizing Old West Baltimore through cultural engagement, economic cultivation, and youth development. Photo by Edwin Remsberg Photographs.

MSAC looks to highlight stories of women in the arts

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Denise Johnson is executive director of the Arch Social Community Network, an arts and culture nonprofit dedicated to revitalizing Old West Baltimore through cultural engagement, economic cultivation, and youth development. Photo by Edwin Remsberg Photographs. The Maryland State Arts Council […]

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Hogan implores legislators to address violent crime in Baltimore during State of State address

@BryanRenbaum bryan@marylandreporter.com Gov. Larry Hogan implored members of the Maryland General Assembly during his annual State of the State address on Wednesday to pass a series of bills his administration has

Tips to keep your child safe through adulthood

With all the horror stories we hear about child sexual abuse and abductions, it may help to take a breather but also sit up with caution. The high-profile sex

GOP Senators got suckered by con man Donald Trump

BALTIMORE – Are you happy now, suckers? And, by “suckers,” I naturally refer to those 51 Republican senators who got played again by the con man President Donald Trump. He

ASC Jessika Williams and Meg Rodgers, 2020 Actors' Renaissance company members. Photos by Michael Bailey and Lauren Parker.

American Shakespeare Center Celebrates 15 Years of the Actors’ Renaissance Season

STAUNTON, VA - In 2020, American Shakespeare Center celebrates 15 years of the Actors’ Renaissance — re-inventing a very old idea: plan productions created by an ensemble of veteran

Maryland’s Parole Merry-go-Round

State-run parole and probation programs are designed to keep persons convicted of crimes—including a very large number of non-violent crimes—out of prison.  But in Maryland, according to a recent Council

Gun-control activists urge passage of background-checks bill

@BryanRenbaum bryan@marylandreporter.com Hundreds of gun-control advocates converged on Annapolis on Thursday to urge passage of legislation that would require background checks for secondary transfers of rifles and shotguns. The legislation is on its second

‘Disney on Ice: Celebrate Memories’ rolls into Royal Farms Arena

Disney on Ice will take you on a stroll down memory lane when “Celebrate Memories” comes to Royal Farms Arena for nine shows between Feb. 5 – 9. Mickey Mouse

Baltimore Police representatives say officers are warming to consent decree

@BryanRenbaum bryan@marylandreporter.com Representatives of the Baltimore Police Department on Monday told members of a state panel charged with review and oversight of relations between police and the communities they serve that

Kobe Bryant is dead

LOS ANGELES — Breaking news reports confirm Lakers and NBA legend Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna were killed in a Sunday morning helicopter crash in Calabasas with other

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