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  • $24 billion for single payer in Maryland sounds like a lot — until you consider how much we spend now

    $24 billion for single payer in Maryland sounds like a lot — until you consider how much we spend now

    You can feel the glee radiating from Gov. Larry Hogan’s re-election campaign at The Sun’s report Tuesday on a Department of Legislative Services estimate of what it would cost to implement a Maryland single-payer health care plan like the one Democrat Ben Jealous is proposing in this year’s election....

  • The future is brighter than you think

    The future is brighter than you think

    Do you remember the future when you were a kid? The one that couldn’t come soon enough? We looked forward to the next space flight, the next scientific discovery. We heard about meals instantly cooked by sound waves, TV wrist watches, robots that vacuumed the floor, cars that steered themselves...

  • At 78, a need for speed

    At 78, a need for speed

    Now that youth has blown away with successive winds, it feels imperative to try to preserve some sense of vitality, of stamina — some recognition in the present of what had been the enthusiasm in the past for a vibrant life, especially as talk about illness and dying is endemic among the elderly....

  • The daily hassles of life in Baltimore

    The daily hassles of life in Baltimore

    I was born in Baltimore. I have lived here pretty much my entire life. I love it. I defend it to critics. But Baltimore has problems. I’m not referring to the well-documented (and hugely important) problems of our murder rate or crime in general. I’m not referring to drugs, gangs or problems with...

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  • Vida Taco Bar opens in Harbor Point

    Vida Taco Bar opens in Harbor Point

    Vida Taco Bar opened its first Baltimore location Friday. The restaurant is located below the 1405 Point apartment building that opened recently in Harbor Point. This is the restaurant’s third expansion after the original Annapolis location opened in 2014 and one in Severna Park followed in 2017....

  • Ruby 8 closes at McHenry Row, three businesses to take over space

    Ruby 8 closes at McHenry Row, three businesses to take over space

    Ruby 8, an Asian and sushi restaurant and sports bar, has closed in McHenry Row, the developer said Tuesday. The restaurant closed about a week ago after the owner decided not to renew the lease. Mark Sapperstein of Walker 28 Development said the owner decided to pursue other opportunities. Sapperstein...

  • Red Bull Amaphiko to host second festival in Baltimore in August

    Red Bull Amaphiko to host second festival in Baltimore in August

    Red Bull Amaphiko is back for its second year in Baltimore to host the Red Bull Amaphiko Festival this August, a three-day event featuring a host of performances, workshops and events to celebrate social innovation and creativity in the city, according to a recent press release. The global program...

  • Box Hill Pizzeria gets fresh look, adds menu items

    Box Hill Pizzeria gets fresh look, adds menu items

    Box Hill Pizzeria, a Harford County favorite for crab cakes, is getting a makeover, both inside and out. The Abingdon restaurant opened 35 years ago when Box Hill Square shopping center on MD-924 was new. Over the years, business boomed. Now, the owner said, it’s time for “the place to match the...

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  • How the Obamas managed to become invisible in Washington, D.C.

    How the Obamas managed to become invisible in Washington, D.C.

    When Barack and Michelle Obama announced they were staying in Washington after eight years in the White House, there was a palpable buzz. The conventional move for a post-presidency life is back home: a return to roots, a presidential library and distinguished service. No modern president has remained...

  • Homeland Security advisory council members resign over immigration policies

    Homeland Security advisory council members resign over immigration policies

    Four members of a Homeland Security advisory council have resigned in protest over the Trump administration's immigration policies, citing the "morally repugnant" practice of separating immigrant families at the border. Richard Danzig, former secretary of the Navy in the Clinton administration,...

  • Trump backs off siding with Russia over U.S. intelligence

    Trump backs off siding with Russia over U.S. intelligence

    Blistered by bipartisan condemnation of his embrace of a longtime U.S. enemy, President Donald Trump backed away from his public undermining of American intelligence agencies, saying he simply misspoke when he said he saw no reason to believe Russia had interfered in the 2016 U.S. election. Rebuked...

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