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  • What you won't want to miss at this year's Maryland State Fair

    What you won't want to miss at this year's Maryland State Fair

    Picking out what to do at the Maryland State Fair is never an easy task. Sure, you want to check out the pigs and the cows (and maybe even the more exotic critters, like the llamas), the giant pumpkins and the perfect Christmas trees, the carnival midway and the museum, the Exhibition Hall and...

  • Baltimore's Vagabond Players still going strong 100 years after launch

    Baltimore's Vagabond Players still going strong 100 years after launch

    Maybe it was something in the water — or maybe just that it was finally safe to drink after years of a dicey supply system. Whatever the cause, something sure started affecting a lot of culturally minded folks a century ago in Baltimore.

  • With new chef, Fork & Wrench keeps its focus, creativity

    With new chef, Fork & Wrench keeps its focus, creativity

    Fork & Wrench opened 31/2 years ago and quickly became one of the city's hottest reservations. Diners could not get enough of the Canton restaurant's creative American food or its cool space, outfitted with a wild collection of retro objects.

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  • Liberal hypocrisy on the subject of constitutional tinkering

    Liberal hypocrisy on the subject of constitutional tinkering

    When is it outrageous to amend the Constitution?

  • Why does there have to be one black voice?

    Why does there have to be one black voice?

    A nonprofit booked me to speak to some young writers from Baltimore. "How does it feel to be the voice of the people?" a girl in square frames with a pumped fist asked. "I don't speak for all of Black America," I told her. "I'm not the voice of black Baltimore, or Down Da Hill, or Latrobe Projects...

  • The tragedy after Hurricane Katrina

    The tragedy after Hurricane Katrina

    After the storm waters of Hurricane Katrina subsided, devastation remained: unsafe and waterlogged structures, with moldy, crumbling walls; unsalvageable fridges and soggy couches; indoor rivulets of mud. Local economies collapsed. A million people were displaced. Thousands of residents lost everything...

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