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  • Three Baltimore-area apartment developments sold for $187 million

    Three Baltimore-area apartment developments sold for $187 million

    Three apartment developments in the Baltimore area that together boast more than 1,000 units have sold for $187 million, the California-based buyer announced on Monday. TruAmerica Multifamily, based in Los Angeles, said the acquisition of the properties with its partner MSD Capital LP, is part...

  • Legg Mason completes merger of Permal and EnTrust Capital

    Legg Mason completes merger of Permal and EnTrust Capital

    Legg Mason announced Monday it had completed a merger between Permal, its hedge fund platform, with New York City-based EnTrust Capital, another hedge fund and alternative investment firm that has about $12 billion in assets under management. The Baltimore-based money manager announced in January...

  • Under Armour will outfit Howard University athletic teams

    Under Armour will outfit Howard University athletic teams

    Under Armour has reached a sponsorship deal with Howard University to design and supply uniforms and other apparel for the athletic teams. The deal extends to all 19 men's and women's varsity teams at the Washington historically black university, and includes both game uniforms and training gear....

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  • Aaron Silverman bests Baltimore's Cindy Wolf for James Beard Award

    Aaron Silverman bests Baltimore's Cindy Wolf for James Beard Award

    Chef Cindy Wolf will have to keep waiting for a James Beard Award after Chef Aaron Silverman of Rose's Luxury in Washington, D.C., took home this year's award for Best Chef Mid-Atlantic. Wolf was among six finalists for the award, for which she has been nominated five times.  The 2016 James Beard...

  • Restaurant no-shows prompt fees for reservations

    Restaurant no-shows prompt fees for reservations

    It was a recent opera night at Sotto Sopra that put owner and executive chef Riccardo Bosio over the edge. The Mount Vernon restaurateur was prepared to serve 95 guests a five-course meal while they were serenaded by a tenor and a soprano. Only 65 showed up. Now Bosio will require credit card information...

  • This year's Maryland Film Festival highlights some new directions for documentaries

    This year's Maryland Film Festival highlights some new directions for documentaries

    For those who think documentary films are about straight-ahead truth-telling, Robert Greene's "Kate Plays Christine" could make their heads explode. Greene's film, screening Thursday and Friday as part of this week's Maryland Film Festival, looks at the 1974 on-air suicide of Sarasota, Fla., newscaster...

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  • Hoop dreams

    Hoop dreams

    Jon Snow is alive but — spoiler alert — the presidential ambitions of Sen. Ted Cruz look to be in dire need of Melisandre's resurrection magic. Even that may be too little too late: Polls suggest Indiana Republicans aren't persuaded by the Texan's charms whether he's teamed up with a failed Hewlett-Packard...

  • What if Dedric Colvin had been white?

    What if Dedric Colvin had been white?

    If eighth-grader Dedric Colvin had been white and had been carrying a BB gun designed to look exactly like a semi-automatic pistol in a neighborhood in the suburbs, would he have been shot by police? The ACLU says no. Activists in the city's Black Lives Matter movement say no. And so does Police...

  • Stop reducing Baltimore kids to headlines

    Stop reducing Baltimore kids to headlines

    Once again, Baltimore is in the national news. Headlines read: teen "boy shot by police." Beyond headlines, we are again subject to police press conferences, blurry hand held videos, round the clock coverage repeating the incomplete and conflicting stories and explosive social media coverage. Like...

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  • 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...

  • University of Maryland leaders, coaches top paid public employees

    University of Maryland leaders, coaches top paid public employees

    Four state employees took home paychecks of more than $1 million last year, according to a review of annual salary data released to The Baltimore Sun. All work for the University System of Maryland, and the three with the biggest paychecks are the state's most recognizable college coaches. All...

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