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  • A fan takes a road trip to Ohio to attend Ray Lewis' Hall of Fame ceremony

    A fan takes a road trip to Ohio to attend Ray Lewis' Hall of Fame ceremony

    As the 2019 football season kicks into high gear, we are closing the chapter on Ray Lewis’ great run to the Hall of Fame and looking forward to the next superstar rising up in the Raven’s organization. After attending Ray Lewis’ enshrinement ceremony two weekends ago in Canton, Ohio, I am already...

  • Where are the Bobby Kennedys of today?

    Where are the Bobby Kennedys of today?

    There has been much commentary this year in reference to the 50th anniversary of the remarkable confluence of tumultuous events that occurred during 1968. Even an abbreviated timeline portrays a head-spinning litany of turmoil. The January Tet Offensive in Vietnam. President Lyndon Johnson's shocking...

  • Baltimore removed its Confederate monuments a year ago, so what's changed?

    Baltimore removed its Confederate monuments a year ago, so what's changed?

    As we mark the one-year anniversary of the removal of four monuments here in Baltimore, I am left with a nagging question: Are we any closer to solving the dilemma of how we recognize important historical figures, one that is different than the pervasive white male, figurative representations that...

  • Sun ignores the Libertarian candidates

    Sun ignores the Libertarian candidates

    In your Thursday, Aug. 9 issue you had at least two political pieces that had significant omissions. The two in question are "Ben Jealous lays out his path to victory" on page 2 and the editorial "Year of the woman?" on page 12. Disregarding that the headline for the first seems to assume that...

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  • Williams Scotsman completes acquisition of ModSpace

    Williams Scotsman completes acquisition of ModSpace

    Williams Scotsman, a Baltimore-based company that rents office trailers, storage containers and other modular spaces, has completed its $1.2 billion acquisition of Pennsylvania-based competitor ModSpace. WillScot Corp., the parent of Williams Scotsman, announced the closing of the deal for Modular...

  • Can you record your boss at work without him or her knowing?

    Can you record your boss at work without him or her knowing?

    The recordings that reality TV star and former White House special assistant Omarosa Manigault Newman made of Chief of Staff John Kelly and President Donald Trump can be seen as a publicity stunt for her book tour. Or another distracting episode in the Trump news cycle. Or even as an alarming question...

  • Maryland Tech Council CEO steps down

    Maryland Tech Council CEO steps down

    The CEO of the Maryland Tech Council, who has led the organization since its creation in 2017, is stepping down. Tami Howie will be taking a job as a partner at DLA Piper, where she worked previously, the organization announced. The decision to leave the biotechnology trade group was Howie’s, a...

  • Trump tariffs mean uncertainty for booming Port of Baltimore

    Trump tariffs mean uncertainty for booming Port of Baltimore

    Lee Connor, a freight forwarder and customs broker at the Port of Baltimore, says it’s too early to gauge the whole impact President Donald Trump’s tariffs on steel, aluminum and other products could have on trade through the booming shipping hub. But already, he says, he’s seen some effects. Connor,...

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  • Tiny Wine Shop, Garden Party kiosk add a touch of Europe to Hampden's Rotunda

    Tiny Wine Shop, Garden Party kiosk add a touch of Europe to Hampden's Rotunda

    As Hampden’s Rotunda was redeveloped, the mixed-use property was bursting with amenities. The only thing missing, some said, was a liquor store. That changed on Wednesday, when the appropriately named Tiny Wine Shop opened in a standalone kiosk near the Xfinity store at the Rotunda. At 165 square...

  • Baltimore's Pie Time to open cafe in Patterson Park in 2019

    Baltimore's Pie Time to open cafe in Patterson Park in 2019

    Pies are coming to Patterson Park. Pie Time, a familiar name at local farmers markets in recent years, will open its first brick-and-mortar location in Patterson Park next year, said owner Max Reim. The space will serve savory and sweet pies, along with specialty coffee items. Reim, a 31-year-old...

  • Republicans blast Pearl Jam poster of burning White House

    Republicans blast Pearl Jam poster of burning White House

    Republicans on Wednesday condemned a poster by Pearl Jam that shows the White House in flames and a bald eagle pecking at a skeleton they say is meant to depict President Donald Trump. The National Republican Senate Committee compared it to the now-infamous photo of comedian Kathy Griffin holding...

  • New festival focused on Asian-Americans in Baltimore to take place in September

    New festival focused on Asian-Americans in Baltimore to take place in September

    In September, a new outdoor festival celebrating Asian-American history and contributions in Baltimore will take place in Mount Vernon. The Charm City Night Market will bring Asian-focused live music, food and art to the 200 block of Park Ave., a historic block of the city’s once-bustling Chinatown,...

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