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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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Vested Interest

DeRay Mckesson is a nationally recognized civil rights activist. Will he become a leader in Baltimore?

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Book Reviews: December 2018

The latest from Sean Yoes and Christine Davis Merriman.

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Filmmaker Discusses Three-Year Process of Making Charm City Documentary

Documentarian Marilyn Ness explores both the police and the policed in Baltimore.

Arts District

New HBO Documentary Chronicles the Baltimore Uprising

We talk to actress and activist Sonja Sohn about her directorial debut.

Arts & Culture

This Is What Activism Looks Like

We take a look at some of the key figures who are shaping both arts and activism in the city.

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New Book Tackles Tangled History of Baltimore Politics

Johns Hopkins professor emeritus Matthew Crenson examines the role of race and politics.

Arts District

Promenade: Baltimore is an Unparalleled Experience

The Single Carrot and Stereo Akt production provides thought-provoking journey through Baltimore.

Arts & Culture

Devin Allen's Baltimore

The photographer shares work from his first book, A Beautiful Ghetto.

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Five Officers Involved in Freddie Gray Case Face Internal Discipline

Goodson, Miller, Nero, Rice, and White face punishment after an internal investigation.

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First Episode of TNT's American Race Focuses on Baltimore

Devin Allen emerges as true hero of Charles Barkley’s American Race.

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Two Years After Uprising, Kids Safe Zone Expands in Sandtown

Ericka Alston-Buck adds additional space and adult learning center to reach larger community.

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Devin Allen’s Iconic Time Magazine Photo to Appear in Smithsonian

We caught up with the photographer to discuss his fame since the Uprising.

News & Community

Who Wants to Be a Cop Now?

After a 14-month federal investigation, the Baltimore Police Department is tasked with with reforming its culture. Whether that will stem the city's cycle of violence is another question.

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Officials Question Validity Of Book On Baltimore’s Drug War

University of Maryland professor says lessons should be learned from Pill City.

Arts & Culture

Book Reviews: February 2017

The latest from Kevin Deutsch and Elizabeth Hazen.

Arts & Culture

Book Reviews: December 2016

The latest work from Ruth Franklin and Kevin Shird

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Meet Dr. Leana Wen, Baltimore's superstar health commissioner.

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Key Takeaways from DOJ Investigation into Baltimore Police Department

Mayor, police commissioner, and DOJ officials meet at City Hall to discuss the findings report.

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Two Police Commissioners Paint Very Different Picture of Marilyn Mosby

Contrasting statements are released in light of charges being dropped against officers in Freddie Gray case.

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