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Baltimore Antique Arms Show presents look at weapons of war

19th Century military equipment on display at the 2019 Baltimore Antique Arms Show (Anthony C. Hayes) Living historians have long offered the public a chance to safely observe a wide array of weapons of war in action. Be it the […]

2019 Baltimore Antique Arms Show 103 (credit Anthony C. Hayes)

Baltimore Antique Arms Show presents look at weapons of war

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19th Century military equipment on display at the 2019 Baltimore Antique Arms Show (Anthony C. Hayes) Living historians have long offered the public a chance to safely observe a wide array of weapons of war in action. Be it the […]

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Maryland is this year’s 4th most innovative state

With the U.S. projected to spend $581 billion on research and development in 2019 and NYC recently backing out of the deal for Amazon’s HQ2, the personal-finance website

Latest college admissions scam is affirmative action for rich undeserving white students

BALTIMORE — Among my best friends in high school was Mansfield (Sonny) Newsom, who sat directly in front of me for three years by dint of alphabetical order. I

Delegates lose fight on banning pesticide linked to autism, ADHA, and childhood cancers

Sweet Corn by ConantheLibrarian with Flickr Creative Commons License By Diane Rey For Maryland Reporter Rural delegates fought a losing battle on the House floor Thursday against banning a pesticide that has

Maryland House passes $46.7 billion budget

By Diane Rey For Maryland Reporter State support for public schools will exceed $7 billion for the first time in a budget plan given preliminary approval Wednesday by the Maryland House

Former Maryland Governor Harry Hughes gone but not forgotten

From a reception for the State House press corps at Government House sometime in the early 1980s. From right, Gov. Harry Hughes, wife Pat Hughes, and Len Lazarick, then

Why is the Las Vegas media silent on Judge Melanie Andress-Tobiasson?

LAS VEGAS — Las Vegas Township Judge Melanie Andress-Tobiasson's future rests with the Nevada Commission on Judicial Discipline. The court has scheduled oral arguments on April 2, 2019 at 10

Van Hollen calls on National Park Service to repair BW Parkway dangerous road

It doesn't help matters when trucks (which are banned from the road) are driving down the BW Parkway as drivers attempt to maneuver around potholes and uneven pavements. BPE

Andre Brooks portrays film icon Steve McQueen in Chasing Bullitt. (courtesy Toe Pictures/Vertical Entertainment)

Chasing Bullitt: Fiction-fueled ride fails film legend Steve McQueen

Andre Brooks portrays film icon Steve McQueen in Chasing Bullitt. (Toe Pictures) There was a time, not all that long ago, when matinee idol Steve McQueen was arguably the most

Senate votes to overturn Trump’s emergency declaration

WASHINGTON – The Senate Thursday afternoon approved a resolution to terminate  President Donald Trump’s emergency declaration to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border. The resolution passed 59-41. All 47 Democrats voted

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