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  • Arbutus-based micro-manufacturing company doesn't sweat the small stuff

    Arbutus-based micro-manufacturing company doesn't sweat the small stuff

    Jeremy Hoffman looks at a monitor to track the progress of his work. It's the only way he can see it. The company for which he works, Potomac Photonics, focuses on small things. The company specializes in micro-manufacturing, using a variety of technologies, such as lasers and 3D printers, to create...

  • Towson neighbors wary of Goucher College bid for commercial zoning

    Towson neighbors wary of Goucher College bid for commercial zoning

    Goucher College in Towson faces concern and opposition from neighbors over its proposal to rezone more than 8 acres near the campus entrance for commercial use. Residents say they're worried because Goucher hasn't disclosed its plans for the property, a parcel on corner of the campus along busy...

  • Under Armour looks for youth ambassadors in Canada

    Under Armour looks for youth ambassadors in Canada

    Under Armour has launched a campaign in Canada to find boys and girls to represent the brand's next generation of athletes. The sports apparel maker and Sport Chek, Canada's largest sporting goods retailer, will select one boy and one girl -- between the ages of 7 and 12 --  to serve as Under Armour...

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  • Baltimore author Mikita Brottman 'serious as a heart attack'

    Baltimore author Mikita Brottman 'serious as a heart attack'

    An off-white piano sits in the living room of Mikita Brottman's apartment in the Belvedere Hotel. On a shelf is a glass jar containing a piglet pickled in formaldehyde. There's an antique metal bird cage, an old dress form and a collection of preserved beetles with jewel-colored shells. The apartment...

  • Roger Ailes' monstrous legacy: Fox News chief changed TV, culture for the worse

    Roger Ailes' monstrous legacy: Fox News chief changed TV, culture for the worse

    Monsters don't die easy. That's the thought I had all week as I reported the story of Fox News CEO Roger Ailes negotiating the terms of his departure from the channel he founded. The end came Thursday afternoon, with 21st Century Fox, parent of Fox News, announcing that Ailes was out after 20 years...

  • Derek Waters snags Lin-Manuel Miranda for new season of 'Drunk History'

    Derek Waters snags Lin-Manuel Miranda for new season of 'Drunk History'

    Lin-Manuel Miranda, of "Hamilton," will be taking viewers of "Drunk History" back to a tipsy version of the rivalry in colonial America between Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr, Comedy Central announced. The new season of 10 episodes of the series co-created by Baltimore native Derek Waters arrives...

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  • Trump channels 1968 Richard Nixon

    Trump channels 1968 Richard Nixon

    Any hopes that Donald Trump would soften his image and rhetoric upon becoming the Republican presidential nominee were dashed by his acceptance speech declaring himself "the law-and-order candidate." Seizing on the combined domestic and foreign reign of fear generated by the shootings involving...

  • The $15 mistake

    The $15 mistake

    Last week, members of the Baltimore City Council's Labor Committee demonstrated why the proposed $15 minimum wage legislation is a bad idea — they started writing in special exemptions. The message of these changes was clear: Raising the minimum wage above the state and federal standards simply...

  • Harvard law professor: criticism of Mosby over Gray trials is 'wholly unfounded'

    Harvard law professor: criticism of Mosby over Gray trials is 'wholly unfounded'

    Baltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby is the subject of intense yet wholly unfounded criticism for her office's decision to prosecute six police officers for the death of Freddie Gray. Significantly, a George Washington University law professor, John Banzhaf, has gone so far as to file...

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