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Absent title sponsor, Baltimore Running Festival gets its second wind

Absent title sponsor, Baltimore Running Festival gets its second wind

Four years ago, the Baltimore Running Festival lost its title sponsor and along with it the cash purses that drew elite marathoners to the city’s signature foot race. Gone were the aspirations that Baltimore’s hilly course might rise one day grow to rival Boston, Chicago or New York, but race organizers...

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  • How did the Edgewood shooter get the gun?

    How did the Edgewood shooter get the gun?

    Now that police have apprehended Radee Prince, the man accused of killing three co-workers, injuring two others and later shooting a sixth man on Wednesday, we may get some answers about what would lead someone to unleash such a murderous outburst. Mr. Prince had been accused of workplace violence...

  • Alternative Fact of the Week: Trump supports ACA fix, or doesn't, or both

    Alternative Fact of the Week: Trump supports ACA fix, or doesn't, or both

    The one thing that’s certain about the Alternative Fact of the Week is that President Donald Trump uttered it in explanation of his position on the bi-partisan deal crafted by Sens. Lamar Alexander and Patty Murray to undo the damage he wrought last week by announcing the end of cost sharing subsidy...

  • Md. is developing the next generation of life-saving vaccines

    Md. is developing the next generation of life-saving vaccines

    Flu season is upon us and the influenza vaccination is the most effective way to protect you and your family from the virus and related complications. Each year, millions of people are sickened by the flu, hundreds of thousands are hospitalized, and thousands die. Receiving the vaccine is the first...

  • Trump travel ban: Third time is still no charm

    Trump travel ban: Third time is still no charm

    No matter how many times President Donald Trump tries to re-write his ban on travel to the United States for citizens of certain nations, he can’t change the effort’s origin: his campaign pledge to keep Muslims out of the United States. He can claim it is the product of a security review. He can...

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  • FCC extends review for Sinclair Broadcast deal to acquire Tribune Media

    FCC extends review for Sinclair Broadcast deal to acquire Tribune Media

    Federal regulators have extended their review timeline for Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc.’s proposed $3.9 billion takeover of Tribune Media to allow for more input from the public. The Federal Communications Commission is giving the public until Nov. 2 to submit additional comments on the deal,...

  • University of Maryland researchers work on flu treatment

    University of Maryland researchers work on flu treatment

    Modern medicine doesn’t offer much to counter the misery brought on by the flu, but researchers at the University of Maryland School of Medicine say they are on to something promising. It’s a protein that not only may ease symptoms of influenza and save lives but protect against other nasty infections....

  • Planet Fitness opens 29th Md. gym in Towson

    Planet Fitness opens 29th Md. gym in Towson

    Planet Fitness has opened a gym in Towson, its 29th location in Maryland. A franchisee, Planet Fitness Growth Partners LLC, will operate the fitness center at 6879 Loch Raven Blvd. in the Hillendale Shopping Center. Through Friday, new members can join for a $1 down payment and $19 a month. The...

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  • MICA's annual haunted house canceled due to fire code violations, school says

    MICA's annual haunted house canceled due to fire code violations, school says

    Maryland Institute College of Art will have to save its ghosts and ghouls for next year. The college’s annual haunted house, which has been a student-run production for more than five years and was scheduled to open tonight, has been canceled due to fire code violations, said Derek Parsons, a MICA...

  • 'House of Cards' set was put on lockdown during Maryland workplace shooting

    'House of Cards' set was put on lockdown during Maryland workplace shooting

    The “House of Cards” set in Maryland was placed on lockdown Wednesday while police were searching for a suspect who had shot and killed three people and injured three others, according to Variety. The Los Angeles-based magazine received confirmation from Netflix and Media Rights Capital yesterday...

  • Bar Vasquez impresses in Fells Point with curated wine, balanced cocktails

    Bar Vasquez impresses in Fells Point with curated wine, balanced cocktails

    In Baltimore, even the most posh bars can be ripe for a rebrand. Tony Foreman recognized this in Pazo, the Fells Point hotspot he opened with chef Cindy Wolf in 2004. After operating as a Spanish restaurant for a decade, Pazo kept its name but became a Southern Italian eatery a few years ago. In...

  • How to view art like an expert: Breaking down a Van Gogh painting at BMA

    How to view art like an expert: Breaking down a Van Gogh painting at BMA

    Editor’s note: This article is part of a three-part series. For an explainer on classical music, click or tap here. For an explainer on Baltimore Club music, click or tap here. A painting of a pair of worn boots coated with mud is lounging about the Baltimore Museum of Art with insouciant disregard...

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