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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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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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Palace Intrigue
Long-shuttered Hutzler’s Department store is now home to 25 percent of global internet traffic.
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Palace Intrigue

Long-shuttered Hutzler’s Department store is now home to 25 percent of global internet traffic.
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Maryland Natives Design On-Demand Car Wash Service
SpotWash received $100,000 grant from Emerging Technology Centers.
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Maryland Natives Design On-Demand Car Wash Service

SpotWash received $100,000 grant from Emerging Technology Centers.

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Outside World

Baltimore Wildlife Week Returns For Second Year

From a cleanup at Camden Yards to urban nature walks, National Wildlife Federation brings green thinking to city residents.

News & Community

Hell and High Water

Climate change is already wreaking havoc on the city’s infrastructure and public health. How will Baltimore cope with the staggering challenges to come?

Health & Wellness

A New Leaf

After a successful first year, Maryland’s medical cannabis industry is growing fast. Here’s everything you need to know.


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Balti Virtual Partners with Washington Capitals for New Augmented Reality Game

Just in time for the playoffs, the Baltimore company designed augmented reality game Tilt The Ice.

Arts & Culture

2018: Year In Review

Twenty of the most pivotal events in Baltimore this year, in chronological order.

Health & Wellness

Diabetes Patients Hack Own Insulin Pumps Using Open Source Coding

A Johns Hopkins lecturer uses #OpenAPS to control her diabetes.

Outside World

The First Trash Wheel Fan Fest Takes Over Peabody Heights Brewery

Celebrate the city’s googly-eyed water wheels during this inaugural event.

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Collision Course

Johns Hopkins University's Applied Physics Labratory plans to crash a spacecraft into a near-Earth asteroid. NASA hopes it works.

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New School Tip Line Created to Anonymously Report Threats

Governor Larry Hogan announced new initiative to keep Maryland students safer.

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How Local Utility Companies Come to the Rescue During Natural Disasters

Though hurricane season may be coming to an end, BGE crews assist all year round.

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We Can’t Even Handle This Turtle’s Custom Lego Wheelchair

Thanks to clever engineering at the Maryland Zoo, this box turtle is on the mend.

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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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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.

Travel & Outdoors

Smooth Sailing

Solar-powered pirate ships invade the Inner Harbor.

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Bike Share Stations Out and Dockless Bicycles and Scooters In

Struggling bike share program cancelled as City shifts to new technologies.

Science & Technology

Reinventing The Wheel

Baltimore’s trash wheels are more than just goofy, googly-eyed gimmicks.

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Where to Find the Best Co-Working Spaces in Baltimore

Find free parking, complimentary coffee, and even child care at these shared spaces around town.

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Maryland Joins Eight States to Sue Trump Administration Over 3D-Printed Guns

A Texas-based company fights for the right to distribute blueprints for firearms online.

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Red Bull Amaphiko Festival Returns to Baltimore in August

The three-day event will feature live performances and workshops to celebrate social innovation.

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