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Baltimore officials to clear downtown homeless encampment, house people in dormitory-style facility

City officials have told residents of a sprawling downtown homeless encampment that their belongings will be cleared at the end of next week and each will be offered a bed in a novel shelter program designed to cater to people resistant to help. Terry Hickey, director of the Mayor’s Office of Human...

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  • Carroll County's civil action

    Carroll County's civil action

    Who knew that Carroll County, where two decades ago the county commissioners refused to join a regional conversation about race relations (that all eight of the county’s municipalities had agreed to participate in, by the way), could demonstrate enlightenment on the subject — and, in the process,...

  • To change Baltimore, change the narrative

    To change Baltimore, change the narrative

    Suppose you are a young person trying to turn your life around. But the only thing you hear from the people in your life is that you’re just no good; you’re just one big complicated problem that no one and nothing can fix. Whom does such a narrative serve? Is it likely to encourage or discourage...

  • Hogan's starting point

    Hogan's starting point

    Gov. Larry Hogan says the budget proposal he released today is “simply the first step” in determining how the state will spend taxpayers’ money in the upcoming fiscal year. That’s always true, but circumstances make it much more so this year. Uncertainty about the federal commitment to top Maryland...

  • While we waste food, others waste away

    While we waste food, others waste away

    At school and company cafeterias, we pile up our plates with all the most attractive looking foods. Sometimes we overestimate our stomach capacities and, too stuffed to finish the leftovers, scrape the remainder into the trash. Over the course of just a few weeks, the amount of food we’ve wasted...

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  • Lion Brothers Building in Hollins Market area is fully leased

    Lion Brothers Building in Hollins Market area is fully leased

    With three new tenants, the Lion Brothers Building in the Hollins Market area is fully leased. Spring Garden Lending, Culinary Architecture and Neopol Savory Smokery have signed leases at the 37,500-square-foot former factory building, developer Cross Street Partners said Tuesday. The additions...

  • President of Baltimore-based Pandora Americas will step down

    President of Baltimore-based Pandora Americas will step down

    The president of Pandora Jewelry’s Baltimore-based U.S. division will step down in February, the Danish jewelry retailer said. Scott Burger, who has headed Pandora Americas for a decade and relocated the company to Baltimore from Columbia, has decided to leave to “dedicate himself to new endeavours,”...

  • Did bitcoin just burst? How it compares to history's big bubbles

    Did bitcoin just burst? How it compares to history's big bubbles

    Bitcoin's recent wobbles have given fresh urgency to a question that's gripped market observers for much of the past year: Will the cryptocurrency go down as one of history's most infamous bubbles, alongside tulipmania and the dot-com craze? The magnitude of bitcoin's boom (before it lost as much...

  • Rosen Sapperstein & Friedlander moves to Towson

    Rosen Sapperstein & Friedlander moves to Towson

    Rosen, Sapperstein & Friedlander, a business consulting and accounting firm, has moved its headquarters to Towson from Owings Mills. The new 14,000-square-foot office in Towson Commons at 405 York Road will house more than 50 employees and has room for future expansion, the company said Tuesday....

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  • 'This Is Us' recap: Another ominous clue about Jack's death

    'This Is Us' recap: Another ominous clue about Jack's death

    Hoo boys, guys. Did you, too, get suckered in by the deceptively lighter tone of this “This Is Us” episode? I feel your pain. First, a brief recap of what came before: Everyone threw out a crap-ton of heavy emotional stuff during Kevin’s family therapy session in rehab. Accusations were leveled...

  • Recently sold Hampden bar Dimitri's Tavern in negotiations to become Mexican restaurant

    Recently sold Hampden bar Dimitri's Tavern in negotiations to become Mexican restaurant

    After Hampden dive bar Dimitri’s Tavern closed for good last weekend, its new owners say they are close to finalizing a lease with another party to remodel the space into a Mexican restaurant. Steve Verstandig — owner and operator of CityWide Properties, who purchased the Falls Road property —...

  • The most eye-popping dishes at Baltimore-area restaurants

    The most eye-popping dishes at Baltimore-area restaurants

    Appearance is the last thing on chef Mark Levy’s mind when he’s mulling over ideas for new dishes at Magdalena, the restaurant at the Ivy Hotel in Mount Vernon. So when he created the peekytoe crab salad — a ball of yellow-tinged crab salad hidden beneath folds of pink turnips and sprinkled with...

  • 'The Bachelor' recap: Wrestling with a bad one-on-one date and even more childhood trauma

    'The Bachelor' recap: Wrestling with a bad one-on-one date and even more childhood trauma

    It’s the start of the week, which means we just spent another hour of our lives watching the most boring man in America try to find love, aka “The Bachelor.” We don’t remember Arie being this dull during Emily Maynard’s season. Why is it that ABC strips away all personality from their leading men...

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