Patriots coach Bill Belichick loves talking lacrosse with Baltimore media

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Patriots coach Bill Belichick loves talking lacrosse with Baltimore media

The Ravens and New England Patriots have met eight times since 2009, including four times in the playoffs. Bill Belichick might prefer not to see the Ravens that often in the postseason, but one thing the Patriots coach does enjoy is talking lacrosse when he hops onto a conference call with Baltimore...

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Trump picks retired Marine Gen. John Kelly to head Homeland Security

President-elect Donald Trump has chosen retired Marine Gen. John Kelly, whose last command included oversight of the Guantanamo Bay detention center, to run the Department of Homeland Security, people close to the transition team said Wednesday. Kelly, who joined the Marine Corps in 1970, retired...

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  • Sinclair launches first-of-kind TV network featuring digital content

    Sinclair launches first-of-kind TV network featuring digital content

    Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc. said it will launch a first-of-its kind, over-the-air TV network showing digital programming that appeals to millennial audiences. Hunt Valley-based Sinclair, the nation's largest owner/operator of TV stations, said Wednesday the TBD network will be available in millions...

  • BDC seeks bids for historic Mayfair Theatre

    BDC seeks bids for historic Mayfair Theatre

    The city is looking to sell the former Mayfair Theatre and an adjacent lot for redevelopment. The Baltimore Development Corp. opened the properties at 506 N. Howard and 300 West Franklin streets to bidders on Tuesday. The city started tearing down much of the 112-year-old Mayfair this year after...

  • Curb Shoppe Bar & Grill sold

    Curb Shoppe Bar & Grill sold

    For 31-year-old Tommy Hawkins, buying the North Baltimore bar where his grandmothers and aunt once worked is a "dream come true." Hawkins, who most recently worked as a chef and kitchen manager at Slainte Irish Pub and Restaurant, is part of Curb Shoppe LLC, which purchased The Curb Shoppe Bar...

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  • Welcome to R. House: A first look at Remington's much-anticipated food hall

    Welcome to R. House: A first look at Remington's much-anticipated food hall

    From cortado-style coffee to Old Bay barbecue-flavored ice cream, guests could come to R. House when the doors open at 7 a.m. and find reasons to stay all day. More than a year in the making, the Remington food hall is ready to welcome patrons from Baltimore and beyond to sample food and drink...

  • Baltimore Symphony Orchestra names new CEO, from Grand Rapids Symphony

    Baltimore Symphony Orchestra names new CEO, from Grand Rapids Symphony

    After a 10-month search, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra has named Peter T. Kjome as president and CEO, effective Feb. 1. Kjome is currently president and CEO of the Grand Rapids Symphony in Michigan, the orchestra where he once served as principal oboist. Kjome (pronounced cho-mee) succeeds Paul...

  • Amy Schumer responds to critics over possible Barbie role

    Amy Schumer responds to critics over possible Barbie role

    Amy Schumer is calling out critics who slammed her potential casting as Barbie in an upcoming live-action film based on the Mattel doll. Variety reported last week that the Towson University graduate was in talks to play Barbie, and the plot of the movie would involve the character getting kicked...

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  • Retro fashion

    Retro fashion

    You had the look. You had the bell-bottoms, the fringe vests, the clogs, the legwarmers, the leisure suits. You had every look that came and went. You, my dear, were a fashion plate. Now, you can lightheartedly revisit those looks with a chuckle. But, hey, at the time, you were one fashionable...

  • Most expensive Baltimore-area homes to hit the market in November

    Most expensive Baltimore-area homes to hit the market in November

    These were the most expensive homes to go up for sale the Baltimore area last month, according to MRIS. (Note: The property at 1788 Bargers Road in Crofton, listed at $2.5 million, was not included because it is a land listing, not a home.) 

  • How Joe Flacco buys a Christmas tree

    How Joe Flacco buys a Christmas tree

    When you're a Super Bowl champion, millionaire NFL quarterback, you can pick out a pretty awesome Christmas tree — elite, even. So where did Joe Flacco go to get the evergreen to adorn his home? A Baltimore County fire house. The Chestnut Ridge Volunteer Fire Company on Saturday posted on its Facebook...

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  • Maryland's last casino

    Maryland's last casino

    Maryland's glitziest casino, the MGM National Harbor, is due to open tomorrow , and Maryland officials hope that a bonanza of new tax revenue for the state will follow. The towering structure on the banks of the Potomac is meant to be a beacon to potential high rollers from Washington and Northern...

  • Electoral College misrepresents the population

    Electoral College misrepresents the population

    Hillary Clinton's lead in the popular vote has surpassed 2.5 million votes, as the Trump transition team prepares for a new administration. The Democratic candidate for president has won the most votes in four of the last five elections, but won only two of those races. Since Ronald Reagan, the...

  • Congress should fill judge vacancies during lame duck session

    Congress should fill judge vacancies during lame duck session

    On Monday, the Senate reconvened in Congress' lame duck session that began on November 15. The Senate has not approved a single federal judge since July 6, even though the bench currently experiences 96 circuit and district court vacancies (38 are "judicial emergencies"), and President Barack Obama...

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  • A flawed, inconsistent police response to sexual assault in Maryland

    A flawed, inconsistent police response to sexual assault in Maryland

    Catherine Becket hadn't forgotten that evening three years ago in her Parkville apartment, though she tried. Then, as she watched with outrage while Stanford University student Brock Turner served three months in jail for sexually assaulting an unconscious woman, she resolved to confront her own...

  • Towson University reverses course on police report

    Towson University reverses course on police report

    Towson University reversed a recent decision to redact a student's identity from a campus police report after learning that student privacy rights don't extend to college police. University police officials cited federal law last month in redacting from a police report the name of a student charged...

  • Auditors: State wrongly charged disabled residents millions in fees

    Auditors: State wrongly charged disabled residents millions in fees

    For years, the state agency that oversees people with disabilities erroneously charged monthly fees to largely poor people who live in residential facilities. And they might never get any of the millions of dollars back. State auditors reported this week that more than 2,500 people might have been...

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