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  • Modern Baseball takes it all in

    Modern Baseball takes it all in

    Brendan Lukens first saw the rock band Say Anything at the now-closed downtown venue Sonar in November 2010. On Sunday, Lukens, a native of Brunswick in Frederick County, and his own group, Modern Baseball, are set to return with Baltimore Soundstage headliners Say Anything.

  • An absorbing 'Pillow Book' from Cohesion, Strand theater companies

    An absorbing 'Pillow Book' from Cohesion, Strand theater companies

    There is nothing like a non-linear, non-narrative, non-anything-conventional play to stir up the senses — as long as it's produced intelligently and sensitively. That's what Cohesion Theatre Company and Strand Theater Company provide in an absorbing co-production of "The Pillow Book" by Anna Moench.

  • Macy's dumps Trump clothing line in response to comments

    Macy's dumps Trump clothing line in response to comments

    Macy's is the latest company to end its relationship with Donald Trump as the fallout from the real estate mogul's remarks about Mexican immigrants continues.

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  • Baltimore's broken roadways

    Baltimore's broken roadways

    Baltimore's traffic congestion is awful, causing adverse quality of life and economic consequences. Add to that the effect on air quality and cost of health-related problems caused by vehicle pollution.

  • Political polarization leads to bad legislation

    Political polarization leads to bad legislation

    The Supreme Court's decision in King v. Burwell, permitting 6.4 million Americans to continue receiving subsidies to buy health insurance on the federal insurance exchange, elated liberals and enraged the right. Conservatives have already begun decrying the "traitors" who, though appointed by Republican...

  • The deep roots of housing bias

    The deep roots of housing bias

    The Supreme Court's ruling last week that factors other than intentional racial discrimination can be considered in determining whether policies promulgated by government or private entities violate the 1968 Fair Housing Act is simply a reminder that the century-long struggle to end such practices...

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