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  • You may not like media, but you need them

    You may not like media, but you need them

    Whether it’s the path of major storms, changes in health care plans or how a Hollywood mogul managed to get away with abusing women for decades, when it comes to the big stories of the day, you’re better off having a free and independent press going after the truth come hell or high water. But...

  • Protect the forest patches that protect Baltimore

    Protect the forest patches that protect Baltimore

    Recent news that Baltimore’s tree canopy — the proportion of the city shaded by trees — has expanded from 27 percent to 28 percent is wonderful, and is thanks to the dedicated work of TreeBaltimore and its partners. But the target is 40 percent, and if we don’t take steps to protect our forest...

  • Truths revealed at a high school reunion

    Truths revealed at a high school reunion

    High school reunions can be a lot of fun or excoriatingly painful, depending upon whether one has recovered from the coming of age experiences well depicted in the popular culture, and from taking high school gym class. The high school reunion I recently attended affirmed several universal truths...

  • Baltimore police patrol schedule puts the public — and officers — at risk

    Baltimore police patrol schedule puts the public — and officers — at risk

    The Baltimore Fraternal Order of Police’s argument in favor of keeping the disastrous four days on, three days off shift schedule, goes something like this: Officers need the four/three schedule so they can recuperate from all the mandatory overtime they’re working because of the four/three schedule....

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  • 'Dancing With the Stars' recap: Jordan Fisher is perfect; Sasha Pieterse is eliminated

    'Dancing With the Stars' recap: Jordan Fisher is perfect; Sasha Pieterse is eliminated

    It's Disney night on “Dancing With the Stars,” and the couples will be dancing in the order of the release date of the movie whose song they're dancing to. The show opens with a slowed-down version of "It's a Small World" and I don't care what you do to this song, it's still an insidious earworm....

  • Grand Central night club in Mount Vernon for sale

    Grand Central night club in Mount Vernon for sale

    Grand Central night club in Mount Vernon, a popular gathering place for the gay community, is on the market after more than 25 years in business. Owner Don Davis is selling the club as he deals with health complications, and because he has had difficulty managing the bar from his home in Texas....

  • In Bloom is on the right track to keep diners coming back

    In Bloom is on the right track to keep diners coming back

    Chef Cyrus Keefer’s career has had more moves than a quick-paced chess game. But he may have finally found a long-running match. I hope so. I have been eating his creative food for several years, and every time I thought he found a niche, he was on the move again. Recently, Keefer — who worked...

  • A$AP Ant wants to be the Kanye West of Baltimore

    A$AP Ant wants to be the Kanye West of Baltimore

    Ask Adam Kirkman when he got into fashion, and he’ll tell you he’s always been “fresh.” The 24-year-old Baltimorean grew up admiring the skaters who frequented city streets as well as the sneakers at Gentei, a now-defunct streetwear store off Morton Street. Now, he has 300 pairs of sneakers by...

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