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  • Security is key to ending uncontrolled migration

    Security is key to ending uncontrolled migration

    With all the breaking news flashed on TV during these days of Donald Trump, it is hard to focus on events taking place among 6 billion people in the Third World from Africa to Asia to Latin America. It seems the newspaper and TV editors and producers are putting two, three or four Trumpian articles...

  • The mulching of America

    The mulching of America

    During the last decade, a dark substance began to appear on the ground over the roots of just about everything that grows outdoors. Flower beds and hedges were cloaked with the stuff and so was the area under trees, where green grass once held sway. Mulch is an industrial product made from a variety...

  • Ohio State domestic violence case all too familiar

    Ohio State domestic violence case all too familiar

    In late July, the Urban Meyer story broke. Mr. Meyer is (as of writing this) on administrative leave as the head football coach at Ohio State University. He’s won two national championships and his legacy could all lay in ruin because of intimate partner violence — not by his hand, but by the hand...

  • Pitts: Intolerance can never be up for debate

    Pitts: Intolerance can never be up for debate

    Donald Trump is a man of famously definite opinions. Whether it be about Mexicans, Muslims or Mueller, he knows what he thinks and isn't shy about sharing. So it was telling, one year ago last weekend, when he refused to take a stand. Meaning, of course, Charlottesville and the white supremacist...

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  • Williams Scotsman completes acquisition of ModSpace

    Williams Scotsman completes acquisition of ModSpace

    Williams Scotsman, a Baltimore-based company that rents office trailers, storage containers and other modular spaces, has completed its $1.2 billion acquisition of Pennsylvania-based competitor ModSpace. WillScot Corp., the parent of Williams Scotsman, announced the closing of the deal for Modular...

  • WOW Air to offer $129 flights from BWI to Europe

    WOW Air to offer $129 flights from BWI to Europe

    WOW Air will offer $129 flights to Europe from U.S. airports including Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport this fall. For travelers flying out of BWI, the low-cost airline will offer $129 one-way fares for customers who book round trips with travel dates beginning in September...

  • Can you record your boss at work without him or her knowing?

    Can you record your boss at work without him or her knowing?

    The recordings that reality TV star and former White House special assistant Omarosa Manigault Newman made of Chief of Staff John Kelly and President Donald Trump can be seen as a publicity stunt for her book tour. Or another distracting episode in the Trump news cycle. Or even as an alarming question...

  • Baltimore shuts down trouble-ridden Bike Share program in favor of dockless Bird, Lime options

    Baltimore shuts down trouble-ridden Bike Share program in favor of dockless Bird, Lime options

    Baltimore has shut down its problem-plagued bike share program after less than two years and entered into a pilot program with two firms that offer dockless scooters and bikes, Mayor Catherine Pugh said Wednesday. The city has entered into agreements to allow Bird, which launched a pilot fleet...

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  • Tiny Wine Shop, Garden Party kiosk add a touch of Europe to Hampden's Rotunda

    Tiny Wine Shop, Garden Party kiosk add a touch of Europe to Hampden's Rotunda

    As Hampden’s Rotunda was redeveloped, the mixed-use property was bursting with amenities. The only thing missing, some said, was a liquor store. That changed on Wednesday, when the appropriately named Tiny Wine Shop opened in a standalone kiosk near the Xfinity store at the Rotunda. At 165 square...

  • Baltimore's Pie Time to open cafe in Patterson Park in 2019

    Baltimore's Pie Time to open cafe in Patterson Park in 2019

    Pies are coming to Patterson Park. Pie Time, a familiar name at local farmers markets in recent years, will open its first brick-and-mortar location in Patterson Park next year, said owner Max Reim. The space will serve savory and sweet pies, along with specialty coffee items. Reim, a 31-year-old...

  • Baltimore's Vegan Restaurant Week returns this weekend

    Baltimore's Vegan Restaurant Week returns this weekend

    Veggie-lovers and meat-eaters alike are invited to try 20 restaurants’ plant-based dishes during Vegan Restaurant Week starting Friday and running until Aug. 26. The restaurants, which include vegan cafes, Baltimore favorites and county eateries, have agreed to offer a special menu of at least...

  • Republicans blast Pearl Jam poster of burning White House

    Republicans blast Pearl Jam poster of burning White House

    Republicans on Wednesday condemned a poster by Pearl Jam that shows the White House in flames and a bald eagle pecking at a skeleton they say is meant to depict President Donald Trump. The National Republican Senate Committee compared it to the now-infamous photo of comedian Kathy Griffin holding...

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