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    Baltimore bars for after the show

    Your night doesn’t have to end after the performance. And in Baltimore, it shouldn’t, because we have so many eclectic nightlife options. Whether you want a quiet, sophisticated space or a laid-back haunt with live music, we suggest checking out these bars before last call.

  • Pigtown Tavern a solid addition to the neighborhood

    Pigtown Tavern a solid addition to the neighborhood

    Pigtown Tavern may have had the quietest opening in town this year. There was no announcement when it welcomed patrons in mid-July, and it has no website or official Facebook page. But the tavern is slowly being discovered by neighbors and workers in the area. The two-story operation is the latest...

  • Fall Arts Guide 2016: Names to know

    Fall Arts Guide 2016: Names to know

    Get acquainted with these 10 Baltimore-area artists. You’ll be hearing plenty more about them. 

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  • Immigration stew

    Immigration stew

    Wednesday is a red letter day for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump as he unveils — or perhaps the better word is "clarifies" — his position on immigration in what has been billed as a major policy address in Arizona. If recent history is any guide, it should prove tough and soft, clear...

  • Labor Day madness

    Labor Day madness

    Gov. Larry Hogan is scheduled to make an announcement Wednesday in Ocean City where it is rumored he will reveal an executive order requiring that all Maryland public school systems begin the school year after Labor Day. Neither he nor his partner in this particular crime, Comptroller Peter Franchot,...

  • Kaepernick and the inevitable intersection of sports, politics and the national anthem

    Kaepernick and the inevitable intersection of sports, politics and the national anthem

    San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick took a stand against perceived racism — by sitting down when the national anthem played during a preseason game. The sheer number of professional, college and amateur sports contests in the United States preceded by The Star-Spangled Banner renders...

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  • Court documents in two cases that relied on secret aerial surveillance never mention it

    Court documents in two cases that relied on secret aerial surveillance never mention it

    After an off-duty detective was assaulted by dirt bike riders following a street accident in West Baltimore in June, police were hot on the trail of one of the bikes thought to be involved. The statement of probable cause for the arrest of the man found riding the bike — 22-year-old Kevin Kemp...

  • Northrop Grumman loan in jeopardy as top Democrats battle Hogan

    Northrop Grumman loan in jeopardy as top Democrats battle Hogan

    General Assembly leaders have no plans to schedule a vote on a $20 million loan the state promised Northrop Grumman, jeopardizing a plan to encourage the company to keep thousands of jobs in Maryland. The money is part of a controversial $37.5 million package marketed by the Hogan administration...

  • Charitable donations to Baltimore police lack oversight, transparency

    Charitable donations to Baltimore police lack oversight, transparency

    The Baltimore Police Foundation for years covered the cost of equipment and initiatives that the city's tight budget couldn't cover. It had an executive director, a board of directors and a police commissioner committed to personally raising funds. But the integrity of the charity crumbled when...

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