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  • Maryland right to slow down massive highway P3

    Maryland right to slow down massive highway P3

    We’re glad Gov. Larry Hogan heeded Treasurer Nancy K. Kopp’s concerns about the selection of the lead firm on a contract to oversee his massive highway building plan in the Washington suburbs. The questions she and others raised about Transportation Secretary Pete Rahn’s role in a procurement that...

  • Cal Thomas: Is 'Old-fashioned' returning?

    "It's a modern changing world Everything is moving fast. But when it comes to love I like What they did in the past." -- The Everly Brothers, 1962 Call me old-fashioned -- and I've been called worse -- but do I sense the possible end to the sexual revolution, which exploded in the '60s and whose...

  • Witcover: His presidency in disarray, Trump lashes out at Comey

    Witcover: His presidency in disarray, Trump lashes out at Comey

    In the fight between former FBI Director James Comey, who has written a newly published memoir, and President Trump, who has been responding to Mr. Comey's book with increasingly vituperative tweets, readers should remember that it's Mr. Trump who is facing possible obstruction of justice charges,...

  • Earth Day is meaningless without bipartisan protection efforts

    Earth Day is meaningless without bipartisan protection efforts

    Back in 1970, I was a cub just out of law school and working in my first real job with the National Wildlife Federation in Washington. Sen. Gaylord Nelson, a Wisconsin Democrat, called a meeting on the Hill for staffers of national conservation organizations. I attended representing NWF not knowing...

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  • In Baltimore Museum of Art exhibit, Jack Whitten’s sculptures explore the life of the renowned painter

    In Baltimore Museum of Art exhibit, Jack Whitten’s sculptures explore the life of the renowned painter

    More than anything in the world, the late African-American artist Jack Whitten wanted to protect the people he loved. So, using his talent and his decades of carpentry and wood-carving experience, Whitten set out to fashion tools he thought might do the job. Though Whitten already had a formidable...

  • Brothers Osborne's new album, 'Port Saint Joe,' drops Friday

    Brothers Osborne's new album, 'Port Saint Joe,' drops Friday

    Brothers Osborne’s newest album, “Port Saint Joe,” was released Friday, less than a week after the Maryland natives won two Academy of Country Music Awards. “Port Saint Joe” is the country group’s second record, following their debut album “Pawn Shop.” (Listen to the album on Spotify here.) “After...

  • Looney's Pub coming to Perry Hall

    Looney's Pub coming to Perry Hall

    Looney’s Pub will soon add another bar and restaurant in Perry Hall. The Irish Pub, which is taking over the former Harp Restaurant, Sports Bar & Catering location, is expected to open in late summer, co-owner Bill Larney announced in a Facebook post Friday. Looney’s will take over the Harp space...

  • Tired of Federal Hill's hard-partying image, a cafe owner hopes his new bar will inject some culture

    Tired of Federal Hill's hard-partying image, a cafe owner hopes his new bar will inject some culture

    Bernard Kayes, owner of Spoons Café, wants to transform the hard-partying image of Federal Hill. “When you see the number of really young kids from 12 o’clock to 2 [a.m.] that are drunk and vomiting everywhere, it gets kind of like, ‘Do I want to deal with that?’” Kayes said. Kayes said he wants...

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