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Baltimore shows the nation how to peacefully protest 5 years after Freddie Gray’s death

@BryanRenbaum Baltimore is showing the nation how to peacefully protest the police killing of George Floyd. Whereas protests over Floyd’s death in other cities throughout the nation have resulted in large-scale looting and contentious encounters with police-Baltimore has thus far largely avoided […]

Baltimore shows the nation how to peacefully protest 5 years after Freddie Gray’s death

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@BryanRenbaum Baltimore is showing the nation how to peacefully protest the police killing of George Floyd. Whereas protests over Floyd’s death in other cities throughout the nation have resulted in large-scale looting and contentious encounters with police-Baltimore has thus far largely avoided […]

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George Floyd’s Brutal Murder: Racism is Tearing America Apart

BALTIMORE – As pieces of America burn, this city instinctively winces. This time the anger follows a Minneapolis man named George Floyd, murdered in front of everyone’s eyes. But

Baltimore: Growing Up in the Age of the ‘Hons’

(Photo of HonFest when crowds were allowed.) In an earlier life, I was a “Hon!” (I’ll explain later.) One of my first girlfriends, let’s call her Susie, was also one. Here's the

My View of the COVID-19 Crisis

Roland and 36 Streets - a ghost town atmosphere. Photo By Bill Hughes. BALTIMORE — It’s a hard, scary time for sure. COVID-19 is the enemy, but you can’t see

The Game of Soccer was a Door Opener for me

From the soccer field at South Baltimore’s Latrobe Park (just down the road from historic Fort McHenry), to the ones utilized by Calvert Hall College High School and the

How Baltimore Runners Handle the Cold Weather

Here in Baltimore, average temperatures typically rest somewhere in the 30s during the winter months. As a runner who enjoys warm weather, it’s easy to get discouraged and neglect

John Morant, a 27-year employee, says, "I liked the pace of work and the camaraderie." USW (Photo/Steve Dietz)

Baltimore Worker-Owners Sell Their Plant  

John Morant, a 27-year employee, says, "I liked the pace of work and the camaraderie." USW (Photo/Steve Dietz) There’s a ‘For Sale’ sign on a fence in front of a

Sen. Carter says there is no ‘public utility’ to locking up Pugh

@BryanRenbaum bryan@marylandreporter.com A day after federal prosecutors called for sending former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh to prison for nearly five years, state Sen. Jill Carter, D-Baltimore City, said she does not

Map of Baltimore, 1792 Courtesy Library of Congress

Baltimore’s Role in the American Revolution 

Map of Baltimore, 1792 (Courtesy Library of Congress) On Sunday afternoon (of course, it was a pre-Super Bowl time), a lecture was held at the fashionable Engineers Club in historic

How Drugs Impact Your Local Community

They’re one of the most taboo topics in modern America, but they’re also something that nearly everyone has been close to over the course of their lives. Drugs may

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