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U.S. Rep. Elijah Cummings, Passionate Advocate for Civil Rights and Baltimore, Dies at 68

The son of former sharecroppers and House Oversight Committee chairman passed away early Thursday.
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U.S. Rep. Elijah Cummings, Passionate Advocate for Civil Rights and Baltimore, Dies at 68

The son of former sharecroppers and House Oversight Committee chairman passed away early Thursday.
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Lexington Market to Host Trash Bash Aimed at Beautifying Downtown Area
Partnership between developers and Everyman Theatre comes on the cusp of renovations.
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Lexington Market to Host Trash Bash Aimed at Beautifying Downtown Area

Partnership between developers and Everyman Theatre comes on the cusp of renovations.
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Charles Village Construction Plagues Local Businesses
Area shops and restaurants suffered big losses this summer due to ongoing streetwork.
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Charles Village Construction Plagues Local Businesses

Area shops and restaurants suffered big losses this summer due to ongoing streetwork.

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Getting to Halethorpe’s Guinness Brewery Just Got a Whole Lot Easier

A new bus route will make direct trips from downtown Baltimore to the facility.

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New Club Brings Together Baltimoreans With Shared Dining Interests

As it develops, the Baltimore Supper Club hopes to bridge neighborhood gaps.

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Greedy Reads Plans Remington Expansion for Late Fall

The Fells Point bookstore will open its second location in a space across from R. House.


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Male/Female Statue: Should It Stay or Go in Penn Station Overhaul?

The future of the long-controversial 52-foot sculpture could be in question with train station redesign.

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Baltimore Clayworks and City Youth Create Tile-Mosaic Mural in Park Heights

Ceramic arts center partners with community organizations to bring the project to life.

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Plans to Transform Penn Station Into Station North Hub Continue Forward

A pledge from Amtrak as well as government and private funds will contribute to neighborhood renovation.

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Reopening of Harlem Park Recreation Center Marks a New Beginning

The West Baltimore hub is back, serving as a model for future Rec and Parks projects.

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Just the Facts

A diversity-training board game gains local and national attention.

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Clavel Chef Carlos Raba Opening Jiu-Jitsu-Focused Youth Center in Remington

The martial arts devotee shifts his attention to another passion with the new community space.


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Public Trust

Fifty years in, Maryland Public Television continues to look to the future.

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Time Machine

It took Trudy Morgal two decades to find her now-iconic portrait from the weekend of peace, love, music, and mud.

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Baltimore’s Little-Known Pickle History Celebrated at New Festival

Everything from fried pickles to pickle ice cream will be served at the September 22 event.

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Severe Flooding Plagues Neighborhoods Surrounding the Inner Harbor

Stark images of Harbor East and Fells Point arise on social media as area reckons with heavy rainfall.

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Rat-Centric Real Estate Listing Puts Positive Spin on Baltimore Criticism

Dudley Roan Home Team places costumed rat in photos of latest listing.

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What is the Likelihood of President Trump Coming to Baltimore?

With a House Republican conference and an invitation from Elijah Cummings, a presidential visit might be imminent.

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Best of Baltimore 2019

Our annual roundup of the tops in dining, arts, service, media, and more.

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Ten of Many Reasons Why We Love Charm City

We revisit stories that make us proud to call ourselves Baltimoreans.

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Trump's Continued Attacks on Baltimore Addressed in Democratic Presidential Debate

Candidates are some of many who have come to the city’s defense in recent days.

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The Revivalist

Bill Struever remade Baltimore’s harbor neighborhoods. His second act may be more dramatic.

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