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Goodbye Blue Angels: Air show cut short because of weather

Goodbye Blue Angels: Air show cut short because of weather

If you haven't heard, the Blue Angels were in town. The Blue Angels arrived in Annapolis on Tuesday morning for its performances during Commissioning Week. The official Blue Angels show started around 2 p.m. today. But because of cloudy and rainy weather, the Blue Angels performed for an estimated...

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  • Md. gubernatorial race could foretell 2020

    Md. gubernatorial race could foretell 2020

    Maryland rarely is the main dish in national politics. Yet our gubernatorial race is set to answer some of the most persistent and important political questions generated by the 2016 presidential election. This midterm election cycle, the country would be wise to pull up a chair and dig in. Consider...

  • Don't trash Maryland

    Don't trash Maryland

    When you discard trash from your vehicle on one of Maryland's highways, do you ever wonder where it goes? One cigarette butt flicked out of the window, a fast food bag, a small plastic wrapper. Take a moment and think about where it goes. It has to go somewhere. Now I ask you to think about the...

  • Way to mess up the future, Baltimore County Baby Boomers

    Way to mess up the future, Baltimore County Baby Boomers

    Dear Baltimore County Baby Boomers, Thank you for all you have done over the past 50 years to reduce taxes. Government programs just make people lazy and weak. Take your parents for instance. Sure they won World War II — but boy did they love a handout. Before the war, they helped to build the...

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  • Kevin Plank inducted into Sporting Goods Industry Hall of Fame

    Kevin Plank inducted into Sporting Goods Industry Hall of Fame

    Under Armour CEO and founder Kevin Plank has been inducted into the Sporting Goods Industry Hall of Fame. Plank was inducted Tuesday by the National Sporting Goods Association during the group's annual management conference in Scottsdale. He was one of two members of the hall's Class of 2017, joined...

  • Panera Bread closing Inner Harbor restaurant

    Panera Bread closing Inner Harbor restaurant

    Panera Bread will close its Inner Harbor location at the end of June after 10 years in business. The restaurant, at the corner of Pratt Street and Marketplace, is closing June 30, a spokesman for David S. Brown Enterprises confirmed. The Owings Mills-based developer owns the Lockwood Place building...

  • Continental Realty Corp. makes first Raleigh-area acquisition for $61 million

    Continental Realty Corp. makes first Raleigh-area acquisition for $61 million

    Continental Realty Corp., a Baltimore-based real estate investment and management company, has acquired a North Carolina apartment complex for $61 million. The Edison Lofts, a 223-unit community in Raleigh, is Continental Realty's first property in that area. The deal appealed to Continental Realty...

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  • Rachel Dolezal, controversial former NAACP offical, to speak at Baltimore Book Festival

    Rachel Dolezal, controversial former NAACP offical, to speak at Baltimore Book Festival

    Rachel Dolezal, the controversial former NAACP official who resigned after it was revealed that she was white, even though she continues to insist that she identifies as black, is among the authors scheduled to appear at this year’s Baltimore Book Festival. Dolezal will be in Baltimore promoting...

  • The Chasseur adding third-floor rooftop bar

    The Chasseur adding third-floor rooftop bar

    The Chasseur is constructing a third-floor addition that will provide patrons with water views and a rooftop breeze. The Canton restaurant began construction on a third-floor bar this spring, and it’s expected to open by late July or early August. The addition, which will be used year-round, will...

  • Baltimore's comedy scene continues to grow, nurture aspiring talent

    Baltimore's comedy scene continues to grow, nurture aspiring talent

    Jessica Henkin remembers Baltimore’s comedy scene in the late 1990s. Not that there’s all that much to remember. “There was zero comedy going on, or if there was, it was either super-bizarre or fringe-y,” says Henkin, 43, co-founder of the Stoop Storytelling series and a comedy practitioner in...

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