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  • YouTube now bigger than TV among advertisers' target audience

    YouTube now bigger than TV among advertisers' target audience

    YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki kept it simple Thursday in the digital video company’s annual pitch to advertisers. “I’m happy to announce that on mobile alone YouTube now reaches more 18- to 49-year-olds than any network -- broadcast or cable,” she told a crowd of 2,700 gathered at the Javits Center...

  • Maryland casino revenue tops $100 million for first time in April

    Maryland casino revenue tops $100 million for first time in April

    Soaring monthly revenue at Maryland's casinos topped $100 million for the first time in April, the Lottery and Gaming Control Agency said Thursday. The five casinos combined to reach $103.8 million, surpassing the previous monthly record of $98.9 million set in July 2015. It was the fifth straight...

  • Police: Bomb threat at Exelon tower construction site in Harbor Point unfounded

    Police: Bomb threat at Exelon tower construction site in Harbor Point unfounded

    Construction crews have evacuated the site of the rising Exelon Corp. tower in Harbor Point after a bomb threat — since determined unfounded — was received on Thursday. The threat was confirmed by Marco Greenberg, vice president for development at Beatty Development Group LLC, which is leading the...

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  • With True Laurels magazine, local writer debuts love letter to Baltimore music and culture

    With True Laurels magazine, local writer debuts love letter to Baltimore music and culture

    Baltimore artists and photographers are regularly drawn to the city’s vacant houses. They can represent grit, perseverance, bureaucratic failures and countless other symbols applicable to a city with its fair share of problems.  But Lawrence Burney, who grew up in East Baltimore around these uninhabitable...

  • 'Empire' recap: Not a happy Mother's Day for Lucious

    Music dramz, family dramz, award dramz, business dramz, baby dramz and gay dramz is this week’s episode in a nutshell. Never to disappoint on the freak-factor, we are also delivered a chilling performance by the cake-machete wielding Leah Walker (Leslie Uggams), as she lectures her son Dwight –...

  • Rusty Scupper remains pricey but satisfying under latest chef

    Rusty Scupper remains pricey but satisfying under latest chef

    This may be one of the priciest restaurant views in Baltimore, albeit one of the most stunning vistas of the Inner Harbor and the city skyline. The soaring windows at the Rusty Scupper, a restaurant mainstay since 1982, provide a mesmerizing look at luxury boats, the Domino Sugars sign, and the...

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  • Bathroom break

    Bathroom break

    Opponents of North Carolina's "bathroom bill" denying transgender individuals access to restrooms reserved for the gender with which they identify rightly call the measure a "solution in search of a problem." But it might be more accurately described as a "solution that keeps generating problems,"...

  • The GOP nominee

    The GOP nominee

    Well, America — or at least those 11 million or so voters who cast a plurality of ballots in the Republican presidential primaries and caucuses — you asked for him, and you've got him: Donald Trump is now the party's presumptive nominee. The departures of Sen. Ted Cruz and Gov. John Kasich from...

  • Baltimore epilogue: a funeral amid the riots

    Baltimore epilogue: a funeral amid the riots

    This time a year ago I dreamt that Aunt Berta was in my kitchen in Las Vegas, telling me she was rescinding my invitation to her "jubilee." "What jubilee are you talking about?" I demanded. "You just had your jubilee last year when you turned 100. But fine, go ahead and disinvite me. See if I show...

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  • Baltimore County judge orders part of Ripken divorce case unsealed

    Baltimore County judge orders part of Ripken divorce case unsealed

    A Baltimore County judge has unsealed part of baseball great Cal Ripken Jr.'s divorce records, but kept financial information shielded from public view. Baltimore County Circuit Court Chief Administrative Judge Kathleen Gallogly Cox on Tuesday partially reversed another judge's decision to seal...

  • Why is Cal Ripken Jr.'s divorce case sealed?

    Why is Cal Ripken Jr.'s divorce case sealed?

    When former Oriole Cal Ripken Jr. and his wife, Kelly, divorced last week, the documents were placed under seal in Baltimore County Circuit Court. That's not the case for most divorces. Divorces, as with other civil court cases, are presumed to be open to the public. But under Maryland's Rules...

  • Efforts to reconsider life sentences for juveniles gain momentum in Maryland

    Efforts to reconsider life sentences for juveniles gain momentum in Maryland

    On a January day in 2005, Matthew McCullough stood at the defense table in a crowded Towson courtroom. The 18-year-old was facing a judge for his role in a shooting outside Randallstown High School — an act of violence that left the suburbs shaken and another teen paralyzed. William "Tipper" Thomas...

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