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Ben Jealous Fared Well in Debate, But Will It Make a Difference?

Democratic challenger scores some points, but Gov. Larry Hogan holds a big leads in polls.
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Ben Jealous Fared Well in Debate, But Will It Make a Difference?

Democratic challenger scores some points, but Gov. Larry Hogan holds a big leads in polls.
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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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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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Improbably, Larry Hogan is the second-most-popular governor in the country. But is he good for Baltimore?
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Likable Larry

Improbably, Larry Hogan is the second-most-popular governor in the country. But is he good for Baltimore?

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Local Politicians and Voters Feel Primaries Could Be Turning Point for Baltimore

At a polling place in District 46, voters provide mixed reactions to local political climate.

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Latest Gaia Mural in Remington Focuses on Migration as a Human Right

The image features an immigrant mother and child framed by flowers from Steelcut Flower Co.

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Cameo: Stephen Towns

The artist talks about his first solo museum show and genre-defying quilting work.


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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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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.

Arts & Culture

Book Reviews: June 2018

Dig into these reads about bipolar disorder and the civil rights movement.

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

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Direct Message

Local company Mess in a Bottle uses T-shirts to send empowering messages.

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Siblings Krishanti and Thiru Vignarajah Discuss Running for Office Side by Side

The sister and brother are vying for Maryland governor and Baltimore state’s attorney.

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Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz Dies from Cardiac Arrest

Gubernatorial candidate was among leading Democrats vying to unseat Gov. Larry Hogan.

Arts & Culture

Book Reviews: May 2018

The latest work about The Wire and Maryland's musical history.

History & Politics

Trial By Fire

On May 17, 1968, two priests and seven Catholic activists set fire to Catonsville draft records, sparking a national wave of Vietnam War resistance.

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Highlights from Women of the World Festival in Baltimore

As a panelist, I got a front row seat to talks about inclusivity, gender equality, and womanhood.

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Back to the Future

Kurt Schmoke was vilified for wanting to end the drug war. Today, his ideas are becoming reality.

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Sinclair Broadcasting Under Fire for “Fake News” Script

Hunt Valley-based media company met with scrutiny from politicians and on social media.

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When Baltimore Burned

Fifty years ago this month, the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. set off an upheaval in the city unlike anything since the Civil War.

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Female Trouble

Shawna Potter of War on Women talks music and the #MeToo movement.

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Photos from March For Our Lives Rally in Washington D.C.

Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators came together to protest gun violence.

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