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Breshad Perriman giving Ravens reason for cautious optimism

Breshad Perriman giving Ravens reason for cautious optimism

OTAs certainly can be a tease. There's no contact allowed in the not-padded practices, and most of the players are on the field in jerseys and shorts. For Breshad Perriman, though, any positive reinforcement for the work he has put in is appreciated.

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  • Alternative fact of the Week: Conspiracy theorists go nuts on a murder victim

    Alternative fact of the Week: Conspiracy theorists go nuts on a murder victim

    Alternative facts come in all shapes and sizes. Sometimes, they are relatively benign, as when President Donald Trump insisted his inauguration drew record crowds when photographs show that no, it didn't. At other times, they are a cynical attempt to affect policy, such as the gross exaggeration,...

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    The poverty 'mind-set'

    There's a grain of truth and a mountain of myopia in Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson's assertion during a radio interview that having the "right mind-set" can bring a person out of poverty and the "wrong mind-set" can condemn him or her to it despite all the advantages in the...

  • Trump 's warm welcome in Middle East is no surprise

    Trump 's warm welcome in Middle East is no surprise

    "We just got back from the Middle East," President Donald Trump said to the president of Israel after his flight from Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, to Tel Aviv, which is also in the Middle East. As Trumpisms go, this one is easy to forgive, particularly given how exhausted the president must have been...

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  • Knorr Brake to add 200 jobs to Westminster facility

    Knorr Brake to add 200 jobs to Westminster facility

    Westminster-based Knorr Brake Co., which makes brakes, doors and HVAC systems for mass-transit rail lines, will add 200 new jobs over the next six years, the Maryland Department of Commerce announced Thursday. The company will add 30,000 square feet of space to its facility at the Westminster Technology...

  • Poverni Sheikh Group moves forward with plans to redevelop North Howard Street property

    Poverni Sheikh Group moves forward with plans to redevelop North Howard Street property

    Poverni Sheikh Group has been selected by the Baltimore Development Corp. to move forward with plans to redevelop five blighted properties on North Howard Street. The Baltimore-based developer has proposed redeveloping the connected properties in the 400 block of N. Howard St. into five street-level...

  • Criticism of Maryland brewery bill mounts as industry awaits Hogan's decision

    Criticism of Maryland brewery bill mounts as industry awaits Hogan's decision

    As Gov. Larry Hogan holds what is likely his final bill-signing ceremony this year, many in the liquor industry are watching to see if he allows a bill that would change the rules for Maryland breweries to become law. The bill, passed in the final days of the General Assembly session following...

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  • Adventurous pedal steel guitarist wins top Baker Artist Award, $40,000 prize

    Adventurous pedal steel guitarist wins top Baker Artist Award, $40,000 prize

    An adventurous Baltimore musician was awarded one of the region’s largest arts prizes Thursday night as the top winner of the 2017 Baker Artist Awards. Susan Alcorn, who has taken the pedal steel guitar far beyond its traditional country western environment, was awarded the $30,000 Mary Sawyers...

  • 'The Keepers' recap, Episode 4: Who is Brother Bob?

    'The Keepers' recap, Episode 4: Who is Brother Bob?

    It’s easy to forget that the events recounted in ‘The Keepers’ have ongoing real-world consequences, but things didn’t just stop when the documentary was done filming. For example, this week, the Baltimore Police Department created an online form for people to report abuse allegations related to...

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

    Rachel Dolezal, controversial former NAACP official, 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...

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