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Baltimore Suing Fossil Fuel Companies Over Cost of Climate Change

City accuses oil and gas industry of knowingly contributing to sea-level rise and extreme weather events.
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Baltimore Suing Fossil Fuel Companies Over Cost of Climate Change

City accuses oil and gas industry of knowingly contributing to sea-level rise and extreme weather events.
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Food Inspection Discussion Ramps Up Following Viral Rat Videos
Community weighs in on procedures to prevent future infestations.
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Food Inspection Discussion Ramps Up Following Viral Rat Videos

Community weighs in on procedures to prevent future infestations.
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Under Armour’s New YouTube Series Highlights Baltimore’s Basketball Scene
The four-episode series follows the culture within the city courts.
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Under Armour’s New YouTube Series Highlights Baltimore’s Basketball Scene

The four-episode series follows the culture within the city courts.

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Local Organizations Struggle to Reunite Families Following Executive Order

Reunification programs worry about the “re-traumatizing” effects on refugee children.

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My Top Ten With Violet Apple

The CEO of Girls Scouts of Central Maryland shares her favorite things.

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Salvation Army Booth House Shelter in Mt. Vernon to Close on July 2

Due to lack of federal funding, the temporary housing program will shutter after 80 years.


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Lou Catelli is Serious About Running for Mayor of Baltimore in 2020

The unofficial mayor of Hampden wants to be the official mayor of Baltimore.

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Merritt Clubs Participates in the World’s Largest Swim Lesson

On June 21, these Baltimore-area gyms will teach water safety to 500 people.

Sports

The Best Places to Catch the World Cup

With the World Cup taking over the international sports world, we give you a quick primer and the best places to catch the games.

On The Town

Can't-Miss Events to Celebrate Baltimore Pride 2018

From pet parades to rainbow bike rides, here's how to spread the love this June.

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We Break Down The New York Times Podcast on Race and Policing in Baltimore

In a five-part series, “The Daily” chronicles police corruption through the lens of a grieving family.

Arts & Culture

Music Reviews: June 2018

Listen to the latest from Todd Marcus and Snail Mail.


News & Community

Darkest Hour

After a teen kills his father, a caring Bel Air woman gives him hope.

On The Town

Union Craft Brewing Prepares to Debut New Taproom

The brewery's new spot features a beer garden, arcade games, and a ton more space.

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Today is the Last Day to Register for the June Primaries

Jealous jumps past Baker in Democratic race for governor; Hogan's approval rating remains high in latest poll.

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Enoch Pratt Free Library Eliminates Overdue Fines

At least 13,000 borrowers who had their cards blocked will be welcomed back.

Food & Drink

The Newcomer's Guide

How to eat, drink, play, and live like a local.

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Red Emma’s Moving to Former Spike & Charlie's Space in Mt. Vernon

Radical bookstore coffeehouse to move to expanded location later this summer.

Arts District

Where to Watch Outdoor Movies This Summer

From drive-in movies to waterfront features, catch these flicks around town.

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Primary Colors

Our handy guide to all of the candidates running for Governor of Maryland.

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Geppi's Entertainment Museum to Close and Donate Collection to Library of Congress

Museum to close on June 3 and donate more than 3,000 items of comic books, pop art, and other memorabilia.

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Is Swimming in the Harbor by 2020 an Impossible Mission? Maybe Not.

New Waterfront Partnership report shows dramatic progress over the past year.

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