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Observations from the third day of Ravens training camp

Observations from the third day of Ravens training camp

Observations and news from the Ravens’ third training camp practice Sunday: Martindale on the prowl Ravens first-year defensive coordinator Don Martindale will be calling plays from the sideline this season instead of the coaches’ booth. The decision from where to monitor the game and make the...

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  • Md. Rep. Andy Harris is no patriot

    Md. Rep. Andy Harris is no patriot

    Last week, the world watched in stunned horror as the American president denigrated Western allies and gave succor to Vladimir Putin, a despot who has been credibly accused of assassinating journalists and poisoning Russian dissidents on foreign soil. Then, my congressman went all-in with a near-pathological...

  • Maryland rises and falls on Baltimore City's health

    Maryland rises and falls on Baltimore City's health

    At a recent awards ceremony, where I was honored to be named the industrialist of the year by the Baltimore Museum of Industry, I issued a challenge to business leaders and elected officials in attendance. I’m writing today to extend it to you, too. Whether you’re starting a new company or operating...

  • Witcover: Higher stakes now for Trump, and the country

    Witcover: Higher stakes now for Trump, and the country

    As the Mueller investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election continues to plague President Donald Trump, he has created an even more perilous development for himself in the shocking aftermath of his Helsinki summit with Vladimir Putin. His astounding announcement that he has invited...

  • Baltimore County should embrace universal free school meals

    Baltimore County should embrace universal free school meals

    Baltimore County schools officials’ reluctance to expand a program that allows all students in high poverty schools to get free meals — no paperwork and no strings attached — isn’t without some basis. The recently adopted federal Community Eligibility Provision has upended how participating school...

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  • Sinclair Broadcasts's $3.9 billion Tribune deal appeared on track before sudden derailment

    Sinclair Broadcasts's $3.9 billion Tribune deal appeared on track before sudden derailment

    Sinclair Broadcast Group looked close to sealing its drawn-out, controversial deal to acquire rival broadcaster Tribune Media when an apparent derailment of the mega-merger came from an unlikely player — the seemingly friendly head of the Federal Communications Commission. Despite taking longer...

  • State officially seeks interest in redeveloping State Center, attracting one developer already

    State officially seeks interest in redeveloping State Center, attracting one developer already

    Maryland officially launched a do-over for the stalled redevelopment of the State Center project in Midtown Baltimore and already has attracted interest from at least one firm, Owings Mills-based David S. Brown Enterprises. The Maryland Stadium Authority and the Maryland Department of General Services...

  • Deadline extended for nominations for the Top Workplaces in the Baltimore region

    Deadline extended for nominations for the Top Workplaces in the Baltimore region

    Did you forget to nominate your company as a Top Workplace in the Baltimore region? It’s not too late. The Baltimore Sun Media Group extended the deadline to Aug. 10 for nominations for the eighth annual Top Workplaces list. For the past seven years, The Sun has showcased the region's Top Workplaces...

  • Five Minutes with Neal Fiorelli

    Five Minutes with Neal Fiorelli

    Neal Fiorelli spent the first part of his professional life in insurance and banking as something of an odd-shaped cog in a strict corporate wheel. So when his job moved from Baltimore to Buffalo, he decided not to follow. But he didn’t stop pondering his experiences. One main theme stuck in his...

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  • Baltimore native Ta-Nehisi Coates is leaving The Atlantic

    Baltimore native Ta-Nehisi Coates is leaving The Atlantic

    The Baltimore native Ta-Nehisi Coates has resigned from The Atlantic, the magazine that provided him with a national platform during his emergence during the past decade as a leading American intellectual. Jeffrey Goldberg, The Atlantic’s editor, sent out a memo to the staff at 3 p.m. Friday saying...

  • Director James Gunn fired from 'Guardians 3' over old tweets

    Director James Gunn fired from 'Guardians 3' over old tweets

    James Gunn was fired Friday as director of "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3" because of old tweets that recently emerged where he joked about subjects like pedophilia and rape. Walt Disney Studios Chairman Alan Horn announced the removal. "The offensive attitudes and statements discovered on James'...

  • 5 things not to miss at Artscape 2018

    5 things not to miss at Artscape 2018

    What is there not to do at Artscape? With so much music, art, humor, creativity, film, and dance (not to mention the food), it’s easy to get overwhelmed by the nation’s largest free arts festival. Which is perhaps how it should be; for many, the best way to experience Artscape is just to show up...

  • What you need to know about Artscape 2018: Music schedule, road closures and more

    What you need to know about Artscape 2018: Music schedule, road closures and more

    Artscape, Baltimore’s annual free arts festival, returns for its 37th run this weekend. The three-day event features more than 150 fine artists and craft makers, live performances, and visual art exhibits. Here’s what you need to know. The basics » When: July 20-22. The festival runs 11 a.m. to...

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