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The Book Thing Bounces Back

A Baltimore literary institution gets reborn, thanks to the community.

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To the Future

A look at the people, places, and trends that will shape the city.

The Chatter

Powerful essay on recent crime

As violent crime in Southeast Baltimore rises, one resident speaks out.

On The Town

Canton comes together after tragedy

Tonight neighborhood bars and restaurants do their part to help a local victim.

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Give It Away Now: More Ideas

It’s the season of giving, and there’s no shortage of need out there. That being the case, we thought we’d suggest some local organizations that do good work all year round and would certainly welcome an extra hand in making the holidays shine a little brighter for everyone.

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Coach for Life

Joe Ehrmann takes his message beyond the locker room and into the community.

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Corner Life

For decades, Korean-American storeowners have faced struggles in Baltimore City. They still do.

Sports

Surviving Lance

Diagnosed three times with cancer, CEO Doug Ulman fights to keep Livestrong’s mission alive.

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No Justice, No Peace

Baltimore County’s cold case unit hasn’t forgotten the victims and families of unsolved crimes.

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College 101

The Insider's Guide To Local Schools

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When the Castle Went Co-ed

Baltimore City College’s first class with women celebrates a 30th reunion.

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Paw and Order

Police K-9 units have become an increasingly essential law-enforcement tool in and around Baltimore.

Travel & Outdoors

Events for 200th Anniversary of the War of 1812

Party On: 23 ways to celebrate

Health & Wellness

A History of Recovery

After 40 years, Glenwood Life has become an institution for addicts.

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Coming Through the Rain

Richard Pryor’s daughter finds a home— and happiness—in Baltimore.

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100 Years: Baltimore Gets a New Downtown

Part of our "100 Years: The Twelve Events That Shaped Baltimore" series

Home & Living

Nightmare Neighbors

What do you do when the people next door are driving you insane?

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DiverCity: Reason To Believe

Can an infusion of Muslims rescue a Northwest Baltimore neighborhood on the brink?

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