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  • Who gets to draw the line and why?

    Who gets to draw the line and why?

    Quick quiz: What do these disparate news items have in common? A comedian displays on social media an effigy of a decapitated head of an American president. Maryland legislators debate the legal ramifications of allowing topless women on public beaches. A movie features a character with autism...

  • Ben Carson understands the link between health and housing

    Ben Carson understands the link between health and housing

    Today, during the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) National Healthy Homes Month, Secretary Ben Carson will travel to Baltimore to advocate for safe, lead-free and healthy homes in a city that has faced significant challenges with hazardous housing and keeping kids healthy....

  • Baltimore: a town of abandoned movie theaters

    Baltimore: a town of abandoned movie theaters

    I grew up without a TV. Instead, my dad would take me to Humphrey Bogart and Marx Brothers double features at theaters like The Charles. While it’s still doing well, you can't help but notice the decaying old neighborhood theaters all over town. Some have been repurposed into drug stores or churches,...

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  • McCormick earnings top analysts' second quarter expectations

    McCormick earnings top analysts' second quarter expectations

    McCormick and Co. Inc. reported strong second quarter results Thursday that beat analysts' expectations, as new products and expanded distribution helped boost sales 5 percent. The Sparks-based spice and flavorings maker said sales increased to $1.11 billion for the three months that ended May...

  • Walgreens scraps Rite Aid bid, will buy 2,000+ stores instead in $5.2 billion deal

    Walgreens scraps Rite Aid bid, will buy 2,000+ stores instead in $5.2 billion deal

    Walgreens Boots Alliance is scuttling its yearslong effort to buy competitor Rite Aid and will instead buy more than 2,000 of its stores for $5.18 billion. The change follows resistance from federal regulators since the two drugstore chains first proposed a merger in 2015. Thursday morning's announcement...

  • After contract brewing, Monument City finds a home in Southeast Baltimore

    After contract brewing, Monument City finds a home in Southeast Baltimore

    When they were younger, brothers Ken and Matthew Praay never imagined one day owning a business together. “He moved out at 18. I was 8,” said Matthew, now 29, remembering when his brother left their hometown of Lakeland, Fla., after high school. “Technically, you were 7,” Ken replied, grinning...

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  • Submit your event for The Baltimore Sun's Fall Arts Guide

    Submit your event for The Baltimore Sun's Fall Arts Guide

    The Baltimore Sun is collecting event information for its 2017 Fall Arts Guide, out Sept. 3. Baltimore arts and entertainment groups and venues can self-submit fall events (pop music, theater, comedy, classical, jazz, art, film, dance, books, food/dining, festivals, fairs, lectures, etc.) here....

  • South Baltimore's Minnow restaurant can swim with the big fish

    South Baltimore's Minnow restaurant can swim with the big fish

    After being wowed by La Cuchara in the Meadow Mill complex, I couldn’t wait to see what brothers Ben and Jacob Lefenfeld would do with their new place, Minnow, in South Baltimore. While La Cuchara concentrates on food from the Basque region, Minnow is carving out its own identity with a focus on...

  • New America serves eclectic diner food with artistic flair

    New America serves eclectic diner food with artistic flair

    Fiona Sergeant’s artistic imagination has led her down an intriguing culinary path at her diner, New America. The restaurant near Mount Vernon has been evolving since its opening in January, when Sergeant unveiled her vision. “I wanted it to be a liaison between the arts community and people at...

  • Fork & Wrench has a new executive chef

    Fork & Wrench has a new executive chef

    Fork & Wrench, the eclectic restaurant in Canton, has a new face at the head of its kitchen. Corey Laub was named executive chef of the restaurant at 2322 Boston St. Laub, a Columbia native, most recently worked at Novo, a gastropub in Chicago that closed this month. He previously spent time working...

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  • Senate Republicans' claim of saving individual health insurance markets could prove hollow

    Senate Republicans' claim of saving individual health insurance markets could prove hollow

    Republicans have vowed for months to undo the Affordable Care Act and stave off the collapse of the nation's most fragile health insurance markets, which serve people who buy coverage on their own. In the Senate, that turns out to be a short-term goal. Legislation that the Senate's GOP leaders...

  • After a congressman is shot, there's a flurry of bipartisan socializing

    After a congressman is shot, there's a flurry of bipartisan socializing

    Bipartisan socializing is having a moment on Capitol Hill. Normally, Washington's party-line divide extends from politics to policy to actual partying, with Dems tending to mix with Dems, Republicans with Republicans, and the twain rarely meeting. But when a man opened fire on Wednesday morning...

  • Trump mocks TV news hosts: 'Bleeding badly from a face-lift'

    Trump mocks TV news hosts: 'Bleeding badly from a face-lift'

    President Donald Trump on Thursday ridiculed the brains, looks and temperament of a female cable television host whose show he says he has stopped watching. His latest crude broadside against a woman's appearance set off a storm of protest from Republicans and Democrats alike. In a series of tweets...

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  • Three deputies out as Howard County schools reshuffle organization

    Three deputies out as Howard County schools reshuffle organization

    After nearly two months on the job as interim Howard County schools chief, Michael Martirano has begun reorganizing the central office and empowering six deputies who will report to him. The superintendent said the changes are intended to reduce redundancy and align talented staff, but he hasn't...

  • Maryland's children fare well in well-being

    Maryland's children fare well in well-being

    Maryland children are thriving in most areas of life, but a recent spike in deaths unveiled in an annual report on the well-being of young people is raising concern among advocates. Maryland ranked 16th among states for the well-being of its children in the 2017 Kids Count Data Book, released each...

  • Pugh to travel to U.S. Conference of Mayors meeting

    Pugh to travel to U.S. Conference of Mayors meeting

    Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh plans to travel to the annual U.S. Conference of Mayors meeting in Florida next weekend, her first trip to the gathering since being elected last year. The bipartisan get-together is a chance for mayors to discuss common challenges and opportunities they see for the...

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