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  • Alternative Facts of the Week: GOP tax bill edition

    Alternative Facts of the Week: GOP tax bill edition

    We struggle at times to narrow down our choice to just one Alternative Fact of the Week, and with Republicans in the House and Senate embracing a full divorce from reality in their rush to pass by Christmas a “compromise” tax bill that the American public roundly opposes, it was simply impossible....

  • Politics and the Mueller probe

    Politics and the Mueller probe

    Had Rod Rosenstein not chosen a career in law enforcement, he could have played a serviceable TV cop on “Dragnet.” Like the fictional Joe Friday, the deputy attorney general is unflappable, and he demonstrated that Wednesday when he told members of the House Judiciary Committee plainly and unwaveringly...

  • Md. legislature should override veto to pass sick and safe leave

    Md. legislature should override veto to pass sick and safe leave

    The Maryland General Assembly finally took steps to ensure working Marylanders don’t have to choose between their health and a day’s pay by passing House Bill 1, the Maryland Healthy Working Families Act (2017), earlier this year. Although Gov. Larry Hogan vetoed the bill, there is clearly enough...

  • Congress constant: the continuing resolution

    Congress constant: the continuing resolution

    One of the most fundamental duties of our United States Congress is to craft, authorize and appropriate an annual national budget, which funds everything from the salaries for our service-members deployed in harm’s way to nationwide education programs and our federal agencies’ response to natural...

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  • Modell Lyric's new executive director to diversify offerings, expand reach

    Modell Lyric's new executive director to diversify offerings, expand reach

    As the new executive director of the Modell Performing Arts Center at the Lyric, Jonathan Schwartz says he comes in with twin goals: diversifying the offerings at the 123-year-old performance venue, and instituting more educational programs “that reach out to the community.” “The Lyric needs to...

  • A year after the Bell Foundry was shut down, Baltimore's DIY arts scene remains in flux

    A year after the Bell Foundry was shut down, Baltimore's DIY arts scene remains in flux

    When Butch Dawson walks by the former Bell Foundry, the vacant, 13,000-square-foot building the Baltimore rapper once called home, he often stops, just momentarily. “I look up, and look inside the windows, and get this weird nostalgia,” said the 24-year-old West Baltimore man. “There was no negative...

  • Despite 'Voice' elimination, Baltimore singer Davon Fleming said it's just the beginning

    Despite 'Voice' elimination, Baltimore singer Davon Fleming said it's just the beginning

    Baltimore singer Davon Fleming was eliminated from NBC’s “The Voice” Tuesday, but Fleming, who started the singing reality competition strong — with rave reviews from judges and a noteworthy shoe-throw and showstopping duet courtesy of award-winning singer Jennifer Hudson — is optimistic about...

  • Jamaican restaurant Get It Inn opens in Locust Point

    Jamaican restaurant Get It Inn opens in Locust Point

    Get It Inn Island Cuisine, a new Jamaican bar and restaurant, has opened its doors in Locust Point. The restaurant took over the former home of Sweet Caroline’s at 1401 E. Clement St. Sweet Caroline’s closed in October, and Get It Inn replaced it in mid-November. The Jamaican hangout is owned by...

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  • When Curtis Bay was a hockey hotbed

    When Curtis Bay was a hockey hotbed

    Seventy-five years ago, Curtis Bay was a mecca for … ice hockey? Early on in World War II, the Coast Guard station there trotted out a team of American hockey stars, pro and amateur, whose wartime chores included lacing their skates for Uncle Sam. Thus, in November 1942 were the Coast Guard Cutters...

  • Virginia couple injured in Charlottesville rally take engagement photos in Baltimore

    Virginia couple injured in Charlottesville rally take engagement photos in Baltimore

    Virginia couple Marissa Blair and Marcus Martin were engaged in January and were looking to plan their wedding, but after a fateful day this summer, planning for their nuptials was no longer a priority. On Aug. 12, the couple were standing among the counter-protesters at a rally of white nationalists...

  • Baltimore children practice reading with dogs, learn compassion

    Baltimore children practice reading with dogs, learn compassion

    The gray and white pit bull sat in the center of the circle of fifth-graders. He listened attentively as the students took turns reading to him. At times, his droopy eyes appeared to lock with those of the readers. Four-year-old Knox is one of the “pet ambassadors” who travel to Westport Academy...

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  • As violence mounts, trust in Baltimore police wavers

    As violence mounts, trust in Baltimore police wavers

    Staggered by a succession of crises — civil rights violations, corruption convictions and the unsolved killing of a homicide detective — the Baltimore Police Department is closing out its dismal year with a depleted force struggling to contain soaring violent crime while also trying to restore...

  • U.S. health care spending growth slowed last year

    U.S. health care spending growth slowed last year

    U.S. spending on health care increased 4.3 percent last year to $3.3 trillion, or $10,348 per person, according to an annual report released last week by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. The rate of spending slowed compared to the previous two years, the Baltimore-based agency reported....

  • Possibility of suicide in Baltimore Det. Sean Suiter case puts some family benefits on the line

    Possibility of suicide in Baltimore Det. Sean Suiter case puts some family benefits on the line

    The families of Baltimore police officers who are killed in the line of duty are eligible to receive a host of benefits: lump-sum payouts from the state and federal governments, a special pension arrangement, workers’ compensation. The value can be hundreds of thousands of dollars. But if investigators...

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