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City Council President Brandon Scott Announces Mayoral Bid

Election for Baltimore’s top office expected to shape up as a generational battle.
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City Council President Brandon Scott Announces Mayoral Bid

Election for Baltimore’s top office expected to shape up as a generational battle.
 “Eutaw Place Glory” by Lissa Abrams, one of many pieces on view at the Baltimore Hebrew exhibit. Courtesy of Lissa Abrams
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History of Baltimore's Bygone Synagogues Captured in New Plein Air Art Exhibit
Collection of oil paintings on view at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation through October 28.
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History of Baltimore's Bygone Synagogues Captured in New Plein Air Art Exhibit

Collection of oil paintings on view at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation through October 28.
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Former Baltimore Elite Giant Roy Campanella led the team to their first Negro National League title.
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Former Baltimore Elite Giant Roy Campanella led the team to their first Negro National League title.

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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.

Arts & Culture

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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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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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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Baltimore City Takes on Trump after President’s Vitriolic Attacks

Donald Trump adds people of Baltimore, Rep. Elijah Cummings, Maryland Congressional District to growing list of black and brown targets.

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City Council Seeks to Address Trauma Crisis Among Baltimore Children

More than 56 percent of city children have experienced one or more major traumatic events.

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Baltimoreans Recount the Moon Landing on Its 50th Anniversary

For those around to see it, the Apollo 11 mission was an especially momentous occasion.

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Baltimore-Invented TV Camera Sent Moon Walk Images Around the World

Westinghouse engineer Stanley Lebar built the Apollo 11 lunar television camera.

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Leana Wen Ousted as President of Planned Parenthood

Former Baltimore City Health Commissioner, on job less than a year, was second physician to lead organization in 103-year history.

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A Month Before Woodstock, Led Zeppelin and The Guess Who Rocked the Laurel Pop Festival

Fifty years ago, music’s biggest names shared a stage in Laurel.

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Demolition of Baltimore City Detention Center Sparks Intense Debate

Demolition contract would see historic site razed and rehabilitation center installed in its place.

History & Politics

Eyes of the Law

In new book, former undercover cop Jim Cabezas details his career fighting corruption and blindness.

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Gerrymandering Decision Leaves Maryland Political Leaders Disappointed

After the Supreme Court ruling, calls for reform have increased on both sides of the aisle.

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Kamala Harris Campaign Staffers Adjust to Life in Baltimore

As Senator Kamala Harris’ campaign for president settles in, her staffers discover their new city.

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John Delaney Qualified for Presidential Debate. But Who is He?

Montgomery County businessman and former Maryland representative launched long-shot bid two years ago.

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Back on Track

The Baltimore Streetcar Museum rebuilds from an ironic accident.

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Pressing On

A year after the mass shooting, the Capital Gazette staff and family members have not moved on. They’ve kept on.

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Faces of Pride

On the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising, we celebrate our city’s LGBTQ community.

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First-Ever Baltimore Drag Festival Sashays to Creative Alliance: Brooklyn Heights discusses what to expect from the inaugural extravaganza.

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.

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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Greedy Reads Plans Remington Expansion for Late Fall: The Fells Point bookstore will open its second location in a space across from R. House.