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Capital Gazette Staff Among Time Magazine’s Person of the Year Honorees

Both the dead and the survivors are honored as “The Guardians” fighting the “War on Truth.”
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Capital Gazette Staff Among Time Magazine’s Person of the Year Honorees

Both the dead and the survivors are honored as “The Guardians” fighting the “War on Truth.”
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Trump Meeting in Baltimore Cancelled, But Revitalization Discussions Will Still Happen
Wednesday’s planned visit to the city will now take place at the White House.
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Trump Meeting in Baltimore Cancelled, But Revitalization Discussions Will Still Happen

Wednesday’s planned visit to the city will now take place at the White House.
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Airbnb Properties in Baltimore Will Soon Have Stricter Regulations
The city council voted to impose a hotel tax to short-term rentals in Baltimore City.
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Airbnb Properties in Baltimore Will Soon Have Stricter Regulations

The city council voted to impose a hotel tax to short-term rentals in Baltimore City.

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Fourth Annual Walk For Hope Shines Light On SIDS Awareness Month

Sudden infant death syndrome affects more than 3,600 families nationwide.

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We talk with the host and producer of The Noir and Bizarre podcast.

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Brew with a View

Full Tilt Brewing goes gallery with a street art-inspired mural wall.


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Novel Idea

Local free libraries spread the joy of reading across the city.

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No Filter

Writer Kondwani Fidel talks about new book Hummingbirds in the Trenches.

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Get an Inside Look at City Architecture with Doors Open Baltimore

The fifth annual event shows off 60 unique buildings and neighborhoods.

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Actor Željko Ivanek Hosts 35th Anniversary NAMI Event

The Emmy Award-winner makes his first extended stay in Baltimore since leaving Homicide: Life on the Street.

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Mark Bradford’s Tomorrow Is Another Day Exhibit Opens at the BMA

A community talk on Saturday will kick off this major exhibition, which brings a piece of the Venice Biennale to Baltimore.

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From Prison Terms to Midterms

Goucher College faculty and students discuss the growth of its education partnership inside Maryland prisons.


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Governor Larry Hogan Tops Ben Jealous by 22 Points in New Poll

More than half of likely voters say they support the incumbent Republican governor.

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Homeward Bound

The inaugural Baltimore Homecoming brings accomplished natives back home.

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Baltimore Police Mounted Unit to Add Horses and State-of-the-Art Stable

City officials broke ground on $2.5 million stable at B&O Railroad Museum.

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New Poll Shows 23 Percent of Marylanders Approve of President Trump

Goucher Poll shows strong support for $15 minimum wage, Medicare for All, recreational marijuana, and Gov. Hogan.

On The Town

How Kid-Friendly Should Craft Breweries Be?

Following new rules at Union Craft Brewing, the local community weighs in.

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Planned Parenthood Taps Baltimore City Health Commissioner Leana Wen as New President

Wen becomes second doctor to lead organization in its 102-year history.

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Lord Baltimore Hotel to Participate in World’s Largest Ghost Hunt

On September 29, ghost hunters will explore haunted rooms of the historic hotel.

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O’s to Become First U.S. Pro Team to Wear Braille Jerseys

Forty years ago, the National Federation of the Blind moved their headquarters to Baltimore.

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Web Series The Whole Bushel Brings Artists Together Over Crabs

The Real News Network show, hosted by Eze Jackson, enters a new phase.

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City Hall Among 130 U.S. Landmarks to Light Up For Cancer Research

On September 7, City Hall’s dome will illuminate to support Stand Up To Cancer.

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