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Rodricks: Racial hatred across generations

There were moments when someone would say something ugly — a racist epithet, an ethnic slur — and we would all shake our heads in disgust and someone would offer, in a way consoling, these words of advice and promise: "Wait until the old bigots die off. It's going to take time. But it gets better...

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  • Maryland procurement reform could save millions

    Maryland procurement reform could save millions

    In the 2017 Maryland legislative session, major changes were taken to save taxpayers millions of dollars and increase state revenues without raising taxes or cutting programs. The state, along with counties and school systems, spends billions of dollars each year purchasing good and services via...

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    Thanks and advice for President Trump

    Dear President Trump, My, what a couple of weeks you've had! But, before I offer psychological advice, first I'd like to say thanks again for the stock market boom last week. Unfortunately, this special prosecutor thing may change lots of things for both you and the market. Second, thanks for agreeing...

  • Voting rights tool buried in Supreme Court ruling

    Voting rights tool buried in Supreme Court ruling

    Sometimes the most important stuff in Supreme Court opinions is hidden in the footnotes. In Monday's Supreme Court ruling striking down two North Carolina congressional districts as unconstitutionally influenced by race, the majority buried a doozy: a potentially powerful new tool to attack voting...

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  • Continental Realty Corp. makes first Raleigh-area acquisition for $61 million

    Continental Realty Corp. makes first Raleigh-area acquisition for $61 million

    Continental Realty Corp., a Baltimore-based real estate investment and management company, has acquired a North Carolina apartment complex for $61 million. The Edison Lofts, a 223-unit community in Raleigh, is Continental Realty's first property in that area. The deal appealed to Continental Realty...

  • Former Hammerjacks building to be auctioned

    Former Hammerjacks building to be auctioned

    The former location of Hammerjacks Nightclub and Bourbon Street Nightclub is headed to auction in June. RWN Development Group plans to auction 316-18 Guilford Ave. in a 48-hour online live bid event that begins June 6. The 24,254-square-foot building in downtown Baltimore, near City Hall, was purchased...

  • Target agrees to pay $18.5 million to prevent future data breaches

    Target agrees to pay $18.5 million to prevent future data breaches

    Target Corp. has agreed to pay $18.5 million as part of a settlement with 47 states, including Maryland plus Washington, D.C., over the retailer's 2013 data breach, Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh said Tuesday. The largest-ever multi-state data breach settlement resolves the states' investigation...

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  • Pekopeko Ramen adds flavor to Baltimore's ramen scene while forgoing cash, tips

    Pekopeko Ramen adds flavor to Baltimore's ramen scene while forgoing cash, tips

    One of Baltimore’s newest fast-casual restaurants has a twist, and it’s not the noodles it serves. PekoPeko Ramen opened in February in Charles Village as a cashless venue, meaning diners order and pay for their meals with credit or debit cards before they are even seated. The unusual part is that...

  • 'The Keepers' recap, Episode 3: Jane Doe's memories resurface

    'The Keepers' recap, Episode 3: Jane Doe's memories resurface

    Do you think Jean’s family would adopt me if I asked nicely? Seriously, if you’re ever in any kind of jam, you could do far worse than to be surrounded and supported by the extended Hargadon clan, as this episode of “The Keepers” makes clear. But we’ll get to that. First, I want to mention the...

  • Fruits, seaweed help create warm-weather beers for local breweries

    Fruits, seaweed help create warm-weather beers for local breweries

    Pineapple, papaya, guava, Meyer lemon, even dry seaweed — all of these ingredients are being used by local craft breweries to create new spring and summer beers. But no need to be intimidated, these companies have attempted to strike a balance that appeals to beer enthusiasts and novices alike....

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  • What's new in Ocean City for 2017: Restaurants, hotels and an escape room

    What's new in Ocean City for 2017: Restaurants, hotels and an escape room

    From a flurry of restaurant openings to new games, rides and events, this summer gives tourists and locals alike good reason to break out of the mold and try something unexpected on vacation. Here's a look at what's new this year in Ocean City: Dining and nightlife Albertino's, 13117 Coastal Highway....

  • 15 must-read books for a summer’s day

    15 must-read books for a summer’s day

    Nothing beats a book on the beach — sand in the spine, suntan lotioned-fingerprints smudging the pages, a swell of words that bears you away from your work-week life. Here are 15 titles to get you started.

  • Preakness 2017: Fashion trends

    Preakness 2017: Fashion trends

    A little cloud cover and a slight chill didn’t stop Preakness-goers from hitting the track in their fashionable frocks. The winning trends were worn by the bold and unabashed, who won the spotlight with sharp sartorial selections. And there wasn’t a male romper in sight.

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  • From a friendly Mideast, Trump arrives in a skeptical Europe

    From a friendly Mideast, Trump arrives in a skeptical Europe

    From the hushed halls of government to cobblestoned streets and plazas across the Continent, Europeans are greeting Donald Trump’s first visit with considerable skepticism, no small degree of apprehension — and even overt hostility. The president’s inaugural overseas trip, which began Friday in...

  • Hillary Clinton: Trump budget shows 'unimaginable cruelty'

    Hillary Clinton: Trump budget shows 'unimaginable cruelty'

    Hillary Clinton proclaimed Tuesday that President Donald Trump's budget shows an "unimaginable level of cruelty" for millions of Americans and children. The former Democratic presidential nominee, who recently declared herself part of the Trump resistance, lashed out at the Republican president's...

  • For Russia probe, Trump hires lawyer who represented him in Trump University, other cases

    For Russia probe, Trump hires lawyer who represented him in Trump University, other cases

    President Donald Trump has retained the services of a trusted lawyer, Marc Kasowitz, to help him navigate the investigations into his campaign and Russian interference in last year's election, according to people familiar with the decision. Kasowitz, who has known Trump for decades, has represented...

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