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Evan Greenberg

Evan Greenberg is the digital editorial assistant for Baltimore magazine. A native of Atlanta, he works on digital initiatives and explores the how and why of what makes the people, places, and things of Baltimore tick.


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Teachers Continue to Fight for Education Equality While Instructing Virtually

Despite a lack of resources, students and teachers work to find feasible solutions.

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Baltimore Institutions Get Creative to Help Provide More Testing Centers

Local businesses offer up space and supplies, but is it working?

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Grocery Workers Manage to Keep Morale High and Give Back Despite Long Hours

Managers and employees are working in overdrive to keep communities fed.

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With Olympics Postponed, Local Hopefuls Adjust to New Routines

Despite not being able to compete, athletes find new ways to keep training.

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Maryland Historical Society Begins Cataloguing Coronavirus Testimonials

Photos and letters will be used for future exhibit detailing life in quarantine.

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Astronaut Terry Virts Shares Tips on Coping with Isolation

With more than 200 days logged in space, the Baltimore native knows a thing or two about confinement.

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Meet the Makers Creating Protective Gear for Medical Professionals

Local artisans come together to make face masks and shields for those in need.

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Political Candidates Adjust to Coronavirus Restrictions

Congressional and mayoral candidates rethink outreach efforts ahead of postponed elections.

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UMD Public Health Official Explains What Lies Ahead Amid COVID-19

Boris Lushniak says the best weapon against coronavirus is flattening the curve.

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Running List of Baltimore Programming and Events Impacted by Coronavirus

The rapid spread of COVID-19 has had a wide effect on many city institutions.

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Film Producer Jason Michael Berman Talks Baltimore Roots and Latest Movie

The movie producer has Maryland roots, and his latest film, Nine Days, is getting major buzz.

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What Will Druid Hill Park Look Like in Two Years?

As Druid Lake Reservoir overhaul continues, city leaders consider activation options.

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How Baltimore Officials Are Preparing to Combat Coronavirus

With three cases confirmed in Maryland, medical professionals are taking measures to fight back.

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Goucher College Unveils Roadside Marker Honoring Suffragette History

Descendants of women’s rights advocates recognized at special ceremony.

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Former Mayor Catherine Pugh Sentenced to Three Years in Prison

Legal professionals weigh in on the decision and the year-long ‘Healthy Holly’ scandal.

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Inside the Creation of the Tubman and Douglass Statues at the Maryland State House

Sculptures of the famous Marylanders honor their legacies and abolitionist history.

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Baltimore Hip-Hop Artists Lead Music Education Panel at SXSW

Former teachers shed light on hip-hop’s place in academia at the famous Austin, Texas festival.

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Kirwan Commission Bill Aims to Set Higher Education Standards for Maryland

Funding concerns could stall progress of the public school reform legislation.

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Ellicott City Kid Competes on ‘American Ninja Warrior Junior’

Look out for 11-year-old Raeya Linton on the Universal Kids show airing Feb. 22.

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How Maryland’s New Census Director Plans to Get Everyone Counted

Everything Lorena Rivera wants you to know about the national population count.

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