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Exploring Lexington Market’s underground vaults

Exploring the city’s hidden secrets always seems to raise more questions than it answers. Why was the nightclub left like this, I wonder. Did they just close up shop one night and forget to ever reopen it? How many other scenes like this are molding beneath Baltimore?

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  • 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...

  • Murder-mystery musical 'Dorian's Closet' begins to take shape

    Murder-mystery musical 'Dorian's Closet' begins to take shape

    Inside a frigid, bare, black-box theater on the campus of Howard Community College the other day, a group of men sang ardently about imagining a world where dreams can come true and people can be celebrated for who they are. Everyone was in street clothes, but it didn't take much to imagine these...

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  • Take 10: Dean Alexander snaps Oprah, models; treasures these 10 items

    Take 10: Dean Alexander snaps Oprah, models; treasures these 10 items

    Take 10 is a series of occasional features on prominent local residents and the possessions dear to them. It took Dean Alexander 12 years to figure out his career — the first 12 years of his life. At the time, he was living and going to school at Andrews Air Force base, where his father worked...

  • Wedded: Megan Miller and Dave Rosh had a 'romantic and rustic' wedding

    Wedded: Megan Miller and Dave Rosh had a 'romantic and rustic' wedding

    Date: May 7 Her story: Megan Elizabeth Miller, 28, was born in Baltimore and raised in Bel Air. She works as a CPA at PricewaterhouseCoopers. Her parents, Thomas Miller and Nancy Miller, live in Bel Air. His story: David William Rosh, 34, was born in Washington and raised in Reston, Va. He works...

  • Baltimore native oversees sales of GOP convention souvenirs

    Baltimore native oversees sales of GOP convention souvenirs

    People have said it for months -- it’s an election year to remember.  But what happens now that Republican nominee Donald Trump has given his speech to the delegates in attendance and the nation on television, the balloons have dropped and everyone is heading home? How will those who witnessed...

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  • Trump's speech, Clinton's veep

    Trump's speech, Clinton's veep

    Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's gave an astonishingly ominous, menacing and dystopian jeremiad to the nation at the conclusion of his party's convention Thursday night. After his daughter, Ivanka, had done a masterful job of portraying her father as a caring, compassionate, optimistic,...

  • One toke over the line?

    One toke over the line?

    The challenge of police recruiting is nothing new. The modest pay, long hours and duties that can be both boring and life-threatening aren't for everyone. In 2000, for instance, New York, Chicago and Los Angeles reported a dramatic drop in police applicants and blamed a number of factors including...

  • Circulator detour ahead?

    Circulator detour ahead?

    If there's one thing the Charm City Circulator has produced since the orange and purple vehicles first hit city streets in 2010, it's the affection of its riders. People fell for the convenience, the reliability and the free fares. A lot of Baltimoreans would love to have a circulator picking up...

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