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  • The GOP comes to grips with Trump's summit with Putin

    The GOP comes to grips with Trump's summit with Putin

  • Eat local, shop local, get your news local

    Eat local, shop local, get your news local

    Last week, my daughter, a recent University of Baltimore School of Law graduate, informed me that she had procured a print subscription to The Baltimore Sun. Why is that newsworthy? Three reasons: First, she is currently eyebrow-deep in studying for the Maryland bar exam, spending upward of 10...

  • Myopia and hypocrisy from the Trump team on immigration

    Myopia and hypocrisy from the Trump team on immigration

    There was a time, about a century ago, when immigrants coming to the United States were demeaned for their “foreign ways,” their supposed inability to assimilate into mainstream American culture and for allegedly contributing to crime and other immoral activities in the United States. Such beliefs...

  • Hate speech at Harborplace

    Hate speech at Harborplace

    I had just finished work downtown the other night and was headed back to my midtown apartment on my 10-speed when I spied a group of sidewalk evangelists up ahead at Calvert and Pratt streets. There were about seven of them, all dressed in white robes with ornate red and gold trim. As I got closer,...

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  • State officially seeks interest in redeveloping State Center, attracting one developer already

    State officially seeks interest in redeveloping State Center, attracting one developer already

    Maryland officially launched a do-over for the stalled redevelopment of the State Center project in Midtown Baltimore and already has attracted interest from at least one firm, Owings Mills-based David S. Brown Enterprises. The Maryland Stadium Authority and the Maryland Department of General Services...

  • Deadline extended for nominations for the Top Workplaces in the Baltimore region

    Deadline extended for nominations for the Top Workplaces in the Baltimore region

    Did you forget to nominate your company as a Top Workplace in the Baltimore region? It’s not too late. The Baltimore Sun Media Group extended the deadline to Aug. 10 for nominations for the eighth annual Top Workplaces list. For the past seven years, The Sun has showcased the region's Top Workplaces...

  • Five Minutes with Neal Fiorelli

    Five Minutes with Neal Fiorelli

    Neal Fiorelli spent the first part of his professional life in insurance and banking as something of an odd-shaped cog in a strict corporate wheel. So when his job moved from Baltimore to Buffalo, he decided not to follow. But he didn’t stop pondering his experiences. One main theme stuck in his...

  • Maryland's unemployment rate remains unchanged at 4.3 percent

    Maryland's unemployment rate remains unchanged at 4.3 percent

    Maryland ‘s unemployment rate held steady at 4.3 percent in June despite the state losing about 5,500, mostly government jobs, according to data from the U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistic. The rate in Maryland has been unchanged for months, and remains slightly above June’s national...

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  • Baltimore native Ta-Nehisi Coates is leaving The Atlantic

    Baltimore native Ta-Nehisi Coates is leaving The Atlantic

    The Baltimore native Ta-Nehisi Coates has resigned from The Atlantic, the magazine that provided him with a national platform during his emergence during the past decade as a leading American intellectual. Jeffrey Goldberg, The Atlantic’s editor, sent out a memo to the staff at 3 p.m. Friday saying...

  • 5 things not to miss at Artscape 2018

    5 things not to miss at Artscape 2018

    What is there not to do at Artscape? With so much music, art, humor, creativity, film, and dance (not to mention the food), it’s easy to get overwhelmed by the nation’s largest free arts festival. Which is perhaps how it should be; for many, the best way to experience Artscape is just to show up...

  • What you need to know about Artscape 2018: Music schedule, road closures and more

    What you need to know about Artscape 2018: Music schedule, road closures and more

    Artscape, Baltimore’s annual free arts festival, returns for its 37th run this weekend. The three-day event features more than 150 fine artists and craft makers, live performances, and visual art exhibits. Here’s what you need to know. The basics » When: July 20-22. The festival runs 11 a.m. to...

  • Still CrazySexyCool: Before TLC headlines Baltimore's Artscape, Chilli talks about legacy and 'Left Eye' Lopes

    Still CrazySexyCool: Before TLC headlines Baltimore's Artscape, Chilli talks about legacy and 'Left Eye' Lopes

    When Rozonda “Chilli” Thomas learned last week that Riplay, the rising R&B trio from Baltimore signed to Def Jam Records, cited her group, TLC, as a major inspiration for the members’ individuality, Thomas beamed like a proud parent. “When we hear those kinds of things, especially young girl groups...

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