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  • Marylanders like Larry Hogan — and a $15 minimum wage

    Marylanders like Larry Hogan — and a $15 minimum wage

    Among the many fascinating contradictions about Maryland’s electorate revealed by the latest Goucher Poll is that the only thing voters like more than our pro-business Republican Gov. Larry Hogan (67 percent approval rating) is one of the core goals of the progressive left — a $15 an hour minimum...

  • Curbing PARCC test won't improve Md. education

    Curbing PARCC test won't improve Md. education

    People in Maryland should celebrate that the state is going to abandon the PARCC standardized test. The lengthy exam is aligned to the Common Core academic standards and administered to students in English language arts and mathematics at the end of grades 3-8 and twice in high school. According...

  • No Boundaries Coalition among Baltimore's 'many bounties'

    No Boundaries Coalition among Baltimore's 'many bounties'

    Among Baltimore’s many bounties are its legions of residents who will not give up on it no matter how many challenges come our way. They volunteer in schools and recreation centers and facilities for the elderly. They are the neighborhood block watchers. They keep the community associations going....

  • Lower speed limit not a panacea for traffic deaths

    Lower speed limit not a panacea for traffic deaths

    Our view: City Council needs to take it slow on lowering speed limits — to at least consider other ways to upgrade pedestrian safety The number of pedestrians killed in traffic has been on the rise in recent years even as traffic fatalities generally have not. There are any number of reasons for...

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  • Cafe Zen near Belvedere Square closes, is replaced with A1 Sushi

    Cafe Zen near Belvedere Square closes, is replaced with A1 Sushi

    Café Zen, the Chinese food restaurant in the Belvedere Square area, has closed and Asian eatery A1 Sushi has opened in its place, according to the new restaurant’s manager. The new restaurant, which opened Sept. 10, will serve both Chinese and Japanese dishes such as meat dumplings, sushi, garlic...

  • Emmys 2018: Best-dressed and worst-dressed

    Emmys 2018: Best-dressed and worst-dressed

    Check out our photo gallery as we break down what worked and what didn’t on the Emmys red carpet. Here are our fashion hits and misses.

  • Maryland Film Festival founder to retire after 20 years

    Maryland Film Festival founder to retire after 20 years

    Jed Dietz, founding director of the Maryland Film Festival, will retire Nov. 1. “Personally, I felt it was time,” said Dietz, who organized the first film festival in 1999 at the Charles Theatre, oversaw its move in 2014 to the Maryland Institute College of Art campus and other nearby venues, and...

  • 'Jack Ryan': Amazon series is a clear and present danger to proper crab etiquette

    'Jack Ryan': Amazon series is a clear and present danger to proper crab etiquette

    If the PETA billboard fiasco that attempted to swear Marylanders off their crabs tells you anything about our locals, it’s that Marylanders are passionate about their crabs. So when Amazon’s series “Jack Ryan,” based on the character created by late Baltimore author Tom Clancy, took a stab at portraying...

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