7 Light City music acts not to miss, from Biz Markie to Super City

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  • 7 Light City music acts not to miss, from Biz Markie to Super City

    7 Light City music acts not to miss, from Biz Markie to Super City

    In its inaugural year, the Light City Baltimore festival made a splash musically, featuring performances by local party-starters like Dan Deacon and TT the Artist, along with national names including Robert DeLong and DJ Jazzy Jeff. Besides booking recognizable acts, festival organizers looked...

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  • Sessions' hollow threat

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    It's a scene you've seen a hundred times. The angry rabble advances on the jail, meaning to seize the prisoner and hang him from the nearest tree. The sheriff, a lone defender of the rule of law, stands them off, refusing to give in to the mob's demand for extralegal justice. Granted, no one is...

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    A group of educators and education experts discussed the challenges in closing racial achievement gaps and desegregating schools in a Baltimore Sun forum on Wednesday night following the Sun's "Bridging the Divide" series. In a four-part series published this month, The Baltimore Sun detailed the...

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    They were classmates and best friends, and they both wanted to get into the 11th-grade Advanced Placement English class at Columbia's Hammond High School. Since meeting in summer school just before ninth grade, Mikey Peterson and Eli Sauerwalt had been through a lot together. They'd each battled...

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