Burley Oak founder reflects on five years of craft beer and helping make Berlin cool

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  • Burley Oak founder reflects on five years of craft beer and helping make Berlin cool

    Burley Oak founder reflects on five years of craft beer and helping make Berlin cool

    Here’s a secret some craft-beer enthusiasts already know: Some of the best beer in Maryland is brewed in the small Eastern Shore town of Berlin, population less than 5,000. It’s Burley Oak Brewing Company, founded by Essex native Bryan Brushmiller, who moved to Berlin when he was 17. What began...

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    Indoor skydiving takes flight in White Marsh

    Matthew Burnett of Roland Park nervously dons a black-and-blue suit, goggles and a helmet. On the outside, he appears ready to go, but on the inside, his stomach churns. The 10-year-old steps into the entrance of the 60-foot wind tunnel, his hands up as if surrendering. Then, he falls forward onto...

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    It was a trickle that started during Abraham Lincoln's presidency — a bill to protect the wild beauty of Yosemite in California from developers, homesteaders and industrialists. That was followed by legislation to protect Yellowstone in Wyoming, coming as railroads and photographs in newspapers...

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  • With Republican Gov. Larry Hogan at convention, GOP fundraising gets boost

    With Republican Gov. Larry Hogan at convention, GOP fundraising gets boost

    For the first time since he took office, Republican Gov. Larry Hogan attended the annual conference of local government officials in Ocean City this week, and his arrival ushered in more robust GOP fundraising. The three-day annual Maryland Association of Counties' summer conference has always...

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    When a team of researchers in Alabama published a blog last week, they effectively ousted a veteran attorney working for the City of Baltimore. On Wednesday, team leader Heidi Beirich wrote online that Glen Keith Allen had been a dues-paying member of the neo-Nazi National Alliance. On Thursday,...

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    Maryland public defenders juggle heavy caseloads; critics say indigent clients suffer

    The Annapolis district courts have not been gaveled into session for the day, but already more than a dozen criminal defendants and their relatives are milling around in the hallway when a public defender arrives, a stack of thick manila folders under his arm. He calls out a list of names. One...

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