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'House of Cards' Season 6 production shows signs of life

'House of Cards' Season 6 production shows signs of life

It looks as though production is about to begin in Maryland on the sixth and final season of “House of Cards,” which has been rewritten to omit star and executive producer Kevin Spacey. A casting notice was published Friday on Facebook for the “first official photo shoot for Season 6” with a location...

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  • Government shutdowns are for losers

    Government shutdowns are for losers

    Whatever its place in manufacturing on the world stage, let it never be said that the United States lags in the production of artificial government crises. This week’s shutdown was a manufactured crises. So was the reversal of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals or DACA that precipitated...

  • A step toward safe, affordable housing in Baltimore

    A step toward safe, affordable housing in Baltimore

    For fifty years, Baltimore has protected those who live in rental housing by requiring periodic inspections to ensure their homes meet the city’s standards for habitability — but only if the tenants happen to live in a building with more than two rental units. In a city like Baltimore, where the...

  • The only Washington function

    The only Washington function

  • Baltimore City Council member: Police commissioner had to go

    Baltimore City Council member: Police commissioner had to go

    Baltimore Police Commissioner Kevin Davis was let go this morning by Mayor Catherine Pugh. It was the right call. I’ll share my own experience with Mr. Davis, which I think is indicative of what has happened in the department under his leadership. Seeking to play a useful role in police-community...

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  • Baltimore health technology firm receives first oustide venture capital investment

    Baltimore health technology firm receives first oustide venture capital investment

    Audacious Inquiry, a Baltimore health care information technology firm, has received an sizable investment from ABS Capital Partners, a Baltimore-based venture capital firm. The size of the investment wasn’t disclosed, but ABS Capital typically seeks to invest $10 million to $25 million when it...

  • Brains, trains and games constitute Montgomery County's Amazon pitch

    Brains, trains and games constitute Montgomery County's Amazon pitch

    Given Amazon’s role in hastening the demise of traditional brick-and-mortar stores, it seems only fitting that one of the sites still in competition to host the company’s second North American headquarters is the 45-acre vacant lot once home to a popular Montgomery County mall. A set of mannequins...

  • Starbucks to close remaining Teavana stores after settling mall dispute

    Starbucks to close remaining Teavana stores after settling mall dispute

    Starbucks will still be closing all remaining Teavana stores after reaching a settlement with Simon Property Group, the largest operator of shopping malls in the United States. Although Starbucks announced their plans for Teavana store closures in July of last year, the commercial real estate company...

  • BWI sets passenger traffic record for third consecutive year

    BWI sets passenger traffic record for third consecutive year

    BWI Marshall Airport reported record-breaking passenger traffic for the third year in a row. The airport had more than 26 million passengers in 2017, Gov. Larry Hogan said Friday at a BWI Business Partnership meeting. “BWI Marshall has broken passenger records for 29 out of the last 30 months,...

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  • Irish pub Life of Reilly closes in Butchers Hill

    Irish pub Life of Reilly closes in Butchers Hill

    The Life of Reilly Irish Pub & Restaurant in Butchers Hill has closed its doors after more than a decade in business. The owners announced the closure in a Facebook post Monday. “It is with a very heavy heart that we inform our friends and patrons that after 11 years The Life of Reilly Irish Pub...

  • Regi's American Bistro in Federal Hill for sale

    Regi's American Bistro in Federal Hill for sale

    Regi’s American Bistro, a cornerstone restaurant in Federal Hill, is listed for sale. Owner Alan Morstein is selling the restaurant at 1002 Light St. for $600,000, he said. “It has been a tough year and there’s been increased competition every year,” Morstein said. “New is hot and old is not, it...

  • BSO's $65 million 'Second Century' fundraising campaign is 2/3 there

    BSO's $65 million 'Second Century' fundraising campaign is 2/3 there

    The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra has raised more than $42 million toward a $65 million “Second Century” fundraising campaign aimed at boosting the organization’s endowment and educational activities. The $42.6 million received so far in cash and pledges came during what the BSO calls the “quiet...

  • Art museums, in Baltimore and beyond, let the internet pass them by. Now, they're starting to catch on

    Art museums, in Baltimore and beyond, let the internet pass them by. Now, they're starting to catch on

    We never noticed before, but David Letterman is a dead ringer for Henry Walters, co-founder of the local museum that bears his name. Maybe it’s that Old Testament beard. And Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh bears a striking resemblance to a woman with a flower in her hair captured in Diego Rivera’s...

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