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  • Drink up: Bottomless brunch options around Baltimore

    Drink up: Bottomless brunch options around Baltimore

    At the start of each weekend, plenty of text message chains all around Baltimore begin with the same question: “Brunch?” Here, the leisurely paced gathering is more than a meal — it's a time to catch up with friends and family, celebrate, complain about the workweek and meet new people. For many,...

  • With new developments, Station North hews to DIY ethos

    With new developments, Station North hews to DIY ethos

    The most established of Baltimore's three arts districts, Station North is still keeping it anti-establishment — building on its do-it-yourself ethos even as it suffers something of a revolving door in management. The most recent large developments include the November 2015 opening of Motor House,...

  • Emo Nite Bawltimore, where sad jams become party anthems

    Emo Nite Bawltimore, where sad jams become party anthems

    “Can’t Slow Down,” the 1998 debut by the New Jersey band Saves the Day and the all-time favorite album of Hampden resident Jason Medina, opens with lyrics quintessential to its genre. “And it’s not fair, why do I have to be so? / Oh I feel everything much more / much more than you ever will,” sings...

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  • The Bay Bridge problem

    The Bay Bridge problem

    Chesapeake Bay Bridge traffic now ranges between bad and terrible, and it's projected to get a lot worse in the decades ahead. There's little question that the current patterns of development and traffic growth on both sides of Maryland's bay crossing will seriously overwhelm its capacity. The...

  • What happens to Trumpism after Trump loses

    What happens to Trumpism after Trump loses

    I recently got a call from a political analyst in Washington. "Trump is dropping like a stone," he said, convincingly. "After Election Day, he's history." I think Donald Trump will lose the election, but I doubt he'll be "history." Defeated presidential candidates typically disappear from public...

  • Immigration stew

    Immigration stew

    Wednesday is a red letter day for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump as he unveils — or perhaps the better word is "clarifies" — his position on immigration in what has been billed as a major policy address in Arizona. If recent history is any guide, it should prove tough and soft, clear...

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  • Court documents in two cases that relied on secret aerial surveillance never mention it

    Court documents in two cases that relied on secret aerial surveillance never mention it

    After an off-duty detective was assaulted by dirt bike riders following a street accident in West Baltimore in June, police were hot on the trail of one of the bikes thought to be involved. The statement of probable cause for the arrest of the man found riding the bike — 22-year-old Kevin Kemp...

  • Northrop Grumman loan in jeopardy as top Democrats battle Hogan

    Northrop Grumman loan in jeopardy as top Democrats battle Hogan

    General Assembly leaders have no plans to schedule a vote on a $20 million loan the state promised Northrop Grumman, jeopardizing a plan to encourage the company to keep thousands of jobs in Maryland. The money is part of a controversial $37.5 million package marketed by the Hogan administration...

  • Charitable donations to Baltimore police lack oversight, transparency

    Charitable donations to Baltimore police lack oversight, transparency

    The Baltimore Police Foundation for years covered the cost of equipment and initiatives that the city's tight budget couldn't cover. It had an executive director, a board of directors and a police commissioner committed to personally raising funds. But the integrity of the charity crumbled when...

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