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  • 'Hairspray Live' to hold auditions at the Hippodrome in September

    'Hairspray Live' to hold auditions at the Hippodrome in September

    "Hairspray Live" is about to get a little more Baltimore flavor.  NBC will host auditions for its live production of "Hairspray" — based on the 1988 John Waters movie — at the Hippodrome on Sept. 15, giving fans a chance to participate in a dance routine in the live musical.  Judging the performances...

  • Baltimore bars for after the show

    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.

  • Pazo to close in September, reopen as Argentinian restaurant Bar Vasquez

    Pazo to close in September, reopen as Argentinian restaurant Bar Vasquez

    Pazo, Foreman Wolf's Southern Italian restaurant on Aliceanna Street, will close in three weeks to make way for a new Argentinian bar and restaurant. The restaurant will close for renovations Sept. 17 to transform to Bar Vasquez, a New World Argentinian restaurant, bar and lounge. Bar Vasquez is...

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  • Chipotle's latest freebie: Kids eat free on Sundays

    Chipotle's latest freebie: Kids eat free on Sundays

    Chipotle's latest burrito giveaway is for children. The company is offering free kid's meals on Sundays during the month of September, another attempt to lure back customers spooked by a series of food scares. An E. coli outbreak last year sent Chipotle sales plunging. In June, Chipotle Mexican...

  • Female Trouble podcast: Deana Haggag, executive director of The Contemporary (episode 10)

    Female Trouble podcast: Deana Haggag, executive director of The Contemporary (episode 10)

    Artists matter, collaboration is key and audience is everywhere. Those are the three guiding principals of The Contemporary, a nomadic, non-collecting art museum that commissions projects throughout Baltimore and implements educational programs. Deana Haggag, who received her MFA from Maryland...

  • Take the plunge into blue home decor

    Take the plunge into blue home decor

    When it comes to home decor, blue is never out of style for Lee Whitehead, owner of Mount Vernon's Nouveau Home & Interior Design. "It's just beautiful," he said. "Sure, there's an ebb and flow [in the color's popularity]. But when you go to trade shows, you are always going to see the peacock...

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  • Roster projection before the Ravens' final preseason game

    Roster projection before the Ravens' final preseason game

    For players who are battling for a handful of jobs at the back end of the Ravens' roster, there is plenty at stake. NFL teams have to cut their roster from 75 to 53 by Saturday afternoon, meaning Thursday's game is a final opportunity to make an impression either on the Ravens or on evaluators...

  • Wieters home run lifts Orioles to 5-3 win over Blue Jays

    Wieters home run lifts Orioles to 5-3 win over Blue Jays

    These are desperate hours for the Orioles, so when Matt Wieters launched a tie-breaking two-run home run in the bottom of the eighth inning, the crowd of 16,083 exploded with a huge ovation. Or was it just a big sigh of relief?

  • Under Armour college football uniforms

    Under Armour college football uniforms

    Under Armour is becoming a big player in college football and basketball apparel, providing uniforms and gear for intercollegiate programs at a number of major universities. Here's a look the schools that have partnered with Under Armour.

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  • What happens to Trumpism after Trump loses

    What happens to Trumpism after Trump loses

    I recently got a call from a political analyst in Washington. "Trump is dropping like a stone," he said, convincingly. "After Election Day, he's history." I think Donald Trump will lose the election, but I doubt he'll be "history." Defeated presidential candidates typically disappear from public...

  • 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,...

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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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