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  • 5 Minutes with … Edward Sabatino of the Historic East Baltimore Community Action Coalition

    5 Minutes with … Edward Sabatino of the Historic East Baltimore Community Action Coalition

    Edward Sabatino, the head of a long-standing East Baltimore nonprofit, initially hesitated to consider tackling vacant homes. Ever since an early rehab effort in the 1990s faltered, nearly felling the Historic East Baltimore Community Action Coalition, the organization had focused on services,...

  • Office living: Harbor Point building, others, double down on mixed-use

    Office living: Harbor Point building, others, double down on mixed-use

    The new black tower on Baltimore's skyline may be most associated with Exelon, the energy company that plans to move into the building in October. But the corporate giant will be sharing its glassy headquarters with some smaller names: an expected 103 apartment dwellers. The tenants, the first...

  • United Way of Central Maryland executive stepping down

    United Way of Central Maryland executive stepping down

    The president and CEO of United Way of Central Maryland is stepping down, the nonprofit group announced Friday. After 12 years, Mark Furst will leave the position at the charity in late October, announced Jim Wheeler, chair of the United Way's board, in a statement. Furst "has helped redefine United...

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  • Friends Records' growth spurt could mean more exposure for Baltimore music

    Friends Records' growth spurt could mean more exposure for Baltimore music

    Five years into running Friends Records out of his Owings Mills basement, Jimmy MacMillan came to the conclusion that his label — arguably the most influential DIY operation in Baltimore music at the time — had run its course. He had released records by artists he admired and provided an outlet...

  • Clinton at disadvantage on TV

    Clinton at disadvantage on TV

    TV is not Hillary Clinton's friend. And contrary to the conventional wisdom on what it takes to win the White House, her best media course between now and November is to avoid it as much as possible if she wants to be the first female president of the United States. That's not going to be easy,...

  • 'Broad City' stars celebrate Clinton nomination as colonial women in 'Colbert' skit

    'Broad City' stars celebrate Clinton nomination as colonial women in 'Colbert' skit

    After Hillary Clinton became the first woman to accept a U.S. presidential nomination, "Broad City" stars Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer celebrated the milestone for women in a humorous way. In a skit on “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert,” Jacobson, a Maryland Institute College of Art alumna,...

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  • Clinton's bet

    Clinton's bet

    One hundred and two days from now, Americans will go to the polls to choose between two candidates who would have been inconceivable for almost all of the nation's history, Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump. The reason Ms. Clinton would have been inconceivable is a simple one:...

  • Baltimore's gun violence paradox

    Baltimore's gun violence paradox

    Baltimore City Police Commission Kevin Davis recently noted an unsettling fact. His department's arrests for gun crimes and officers' seizures of illegal weapons have increased significantly over this time a year ago, but the expected reduction in homicides and nonfatal shootings hasn't materialized....

  • The heat is on in Philly

    The heat is on in Philly

    Whether inside or outside the Wells Fargo Center, it's been a hot week in Philadelphia. Temperatures have reached the mid-90s or above each day, and that's without putting a thermometer to those jeering supporters of Sen. Bernie Sanders at the Democratic National Convention. But for all the focus...

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