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Marvin Thorpe Teaches Swimming Lessons in His Backyard

Thorpe and his father have taught an estimated 15,000 people about water safety over the years.

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Valentine’s Day Menus Fit for Every Kind of Date

Baltimore’s eclectic food scene has plenty to offer for the romantic holiday.

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Picture This

Grandson of longtime Baltimore Afro-American photographer Henry Phillips preserves his one-of-a-kind collection.

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Movie Review: Miss Americana

Turns out, Taylor Swift has lots of interesting thoughts on her own fame.


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Love Thy Self

Gifts to give yourself this Valentine's season.

In Good Taste

Sneak Peek at Ekiben’s Second Location in Hampden

Owners prepare to unveil the renovated alleyway spot behind the Avenue.

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Beyond Her Badge

Meet Melissa Hyatt, the 14th Baltimore County police chief.

History & Politics

The Great Migration

How Black families came "up South," faced down Jim Crow, and built a groundbreaking Civil Rights movement.

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What You Need to Know About Tuesday’s Special Primary Election

We break down top Dem platforms and predictions in race for Elijah Cummings’ seat.


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Did That TurboTax Super Bowl Commercial Sound Familiar?

A longtime Baltimore rapper made her vocal debut during the football championship.

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Black History Month Events, Concerts, and Exhibits

Pay homage with everything from choir concerts to museum events.

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Diets of Debris

Thanks to its steady refuse-noshing, Mr. Trash Wheel makes the harbor cleaner.

GameChangers

Moves That Motivate

With an emphasis on youth, Bmore Than Dance keeps the steps alive and kicking.

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Ways to Break Tradition This Valentine’s Day

With runs, concerts, and drag shows, V-Day doesn’t have to be all about chocolate and roses.

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