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Schmuck: Some are whispering about Orioles' future in Baltimore, but would they ever leave?

The Orioles remain mired in the long-running dispute with Major League Baseball and the Washington Nationals over the revenue split from the Mid-Atlantic Sports Network, and it is beginning to create some angst over the future of baseball in Baltimore. MASN and Orioles attorneys have contended...

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  • Social security closures show 'callous disregard'

    Social security closures show 'callous disregard'

    When American workers contribute to Social Security with every paycheck, they aren’t just earning future benefits. They’re also paying for high quality customer service at Social Security field offices around the country. For decades, that’s exactly what Social Security beneficiaries received....

  • Good week for journalism, bad week for Team Trump in Texas border coverage

    Good week for journalism, bad week for Team Trump in Texas border coverage

    This has been a good week for journalism, and very bad one for President Donald J. Trump. Powerful coverage of children being separated from their parents at the Texas border exposed the cruelty and dishonesty of this administration to the point where public outrage forced a reversal by Trump,...

  • Baltimore County School Board endorsements

    Baltimore County School Board endorsements

    There may be no more significant decision Baltimore County voters make in this election than their choices for the first-ever partially elected school board. The current body is completely dysfunctional, and the school system is in chaos over leadership turmoil, ethics violations and questions...

  • Alternative Fact of the Week: Trump and the border family separations, or when lies justify inhumanity

    Alternative Fact of the Week: Trump and the border family separations, or when lies justify inhumanity

    Some lies by President Donald Trump and his sycophants are amusing, some absurd, some self-serving, some cynical. But the torrent of alternative facts presented this week in justification of the administration’s policy of separating migrant children from their parents at the border represent a...

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  • Fractured Prune in Owings Mills closes

    Fractured Prune in Owings Mills closes

    The Owings Mills location of Fractured Prune, the Ocean City doughnut shop with franchises nationwide, has closed, a spokesman for the developer confirmed Thursday. A court notice posted on the door cited “failure to pay rent” for the month of June. The shop, located in the mixed-use development...

  • The state of the big-screen summer comedy is no laughing matter. Can the genre get its mojo back?

    The state of the big-screen summer comedy is no laughing matter. Can the genre get its mojo back?

    In years past, the summertime box office could always be counted on to deliver at least one mainstream comedy smash that would break out of the pack of superhero films, action spectacles and rampaging giant-monster epics. Think: “The Hangover,” which pulled in $277 million domestically in 2009....

  • 'Community dialogue' forum prompted by allegations against Iron Crow Theatre is cancelled

    'Community dialogue' forum prompted by allegations against Iron Crow Theatre is cancelled

    A “community dialogue” on issues surrounding Iron Crow Theatre and allegations of harassment and inappropriate behavior against its artistic director that had been scheduled for Friday afternoon has been cancelled. The decision to cancel was made by Restorative Response Baltimore, a conflict resolution...

  • Food truck rally to be held Friday at Baltimore Museum of Industry

    Food truck rally to be held Friday at Baltimore Museum of Industry

    The Baltimore Museum of Industry will welcome 12 local food trucks to its lot during a free-admission food truck rally on Friday from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. The rally, organized by Maryland Best Food Trucks, will feature a mix of Baltimore staples like The Smoking Swine and Miss Twist, as well as newcomers...

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