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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.
The Chatter

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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My Top Ten With Brandon Scott

The city councilman shares his favorite things.

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Amid Ethics Scandal, Catherine Pugh Returns $100,000 from Latest Children’s Book Deal

More University of Maryland Medical System board members resign.

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Catherine Pugh Resigns From UMMS Board Amid $500,000 Book Deal Controversy

Baltimore mayor earned $100,000 in profits in burgeoning ethics scandal.


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Sweet Devotion

Local bakeries tie their communities to the past with family recipes and tastes of home.

Arts & Culture

In The Stacks

The Archive at Ida B’s Table aims to educate and inspire guests.

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The New York Times Publishes “The Tragedy of Baltimore”

ProPublica’s Alec MacGillis digs deep into city’s violence and police corruption.

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Rumor or Fact? A Town Under Loch Raven Reservoir

Historical Society of Baltimore County explores the lost town of Warren, Maryland.

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Emotional AVAM Exhibit Unites Works By Persecuted Groups

“Esther and the Dream of One Loving Human Family” begins a five-year run this week.

Arts & Culture

Wonder Women

Celebrate trailblazers and groundbreaking accomplishments during Women’s History Month.

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Mayor Pugh Names New Health Commissioner to Replace Leana Wen

Dr. Letitia Dzirasa, most recently a health innovation officer with local tech company, picked to lead high-profile department.

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Hogan Ponders Presidential Bid, Calls Trump’s 2020 Reelection Odds “Weak”

Governor says Republicans are afraid to stand up to the president.

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Marylanders Overwhelmingly Favor Legal Pot, $15 Minimum Wage, Euthanasia

Goucher Poll suggests public support in the state for liberal policies.

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Baltimore Police Department Reacts to Marilyn Mosby Marijuana Decision

Baltimore joins a growing number of cities nationwide to de-emphasize marijuana.

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Was a Developer’s $10 Billion “Baltimore Renaissance” Plan an FBI Sting Or Just Fantasy?

New five-part podcast examines the curious case of Virginia businessman Kahan Dhillon.

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Why Did Senator Kamala Harris Choose Baltimore for Campaign Headquarters?

Former California Attorney General becomes the fourth woman to enter the 2020 presidential race.

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Hogan Pitches Moderate, Anti-Trump Approach at Second Inauguration

Republican governor invokes former President George H.W. Bush, former Sen. John McCain, and his father in address.

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Women Legislators Emerge in Record Numbers

Nonprofit Emerge Maryland identifies and trains women seeking political office in the state—and it’s working.

Arts District

A Guide to Baltimore Museums

Science, art, and history abound at the city’s many cultural institutions.

Arts District

The Soap Myth Examines Holocaust Horrors and History

Ed Asner and Baltimore-born playwright Jeff Cohen discuss script and Jewish experience.

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