I know: The shootings and homicides continue at an insane pace. But almost every time I turn a corner in Baltimore, I see scaffolding. Or I look up from a walk-and-talk on my smartphone to spot shiny steel framing in new buildings, or in the additions to old ones. From Greenmount West to the Johns...
This weekend's Baltimore Symphony Orchestra program won't win points on originality. Not only does it follow the long-stale format of overture-concerto-symphony, but it also plugs tried-and-true examples into each of those three slots. Still, there's an element of freshness: The concert's two guest...
As women and their supporters marched in Washington and cities around the world Saturday, Sen. Ben Cardin joined with Senate Democrats to reintroduce the Equal Rights Amendment. “Many Americans would be shocked to find out that the U.S. Constitution still lacks a provision ensuring gender equality,”...
Kenneth Dixon’s debut in the NFL rode a learning curve as sharp and steep as the Ravens running back could have expected.
Zachary Orr had already broken down several times over the past couple of weeks. It happened not long after he learned the sobering truth — his football career was over because of a congenital neck/spine condition.
The General Assembly ethics committee that's investigating Del. Dan K. Morhaim's work with a medical cannabis company has hired a lawyer to assist with the review. Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller, who on Friday disclosed the hiring of the special counsel, said the action underscores the serious...
Studio 14 — a long-running West Baltimore rehearsal space for local musicians, including the Baltimore Rock Opera Society's band — was shut down on Thursday due to safety violations and operating without a use-and-occupancy permit, the Baltimore Fire Department said. The fire department inspected...
Orioles All-Star Adam Jones signed an $85.5 million contract extension in 2012. He does not need to work during the offseason, or any other job at all. But he is a hockey fan, and on Friday night, he will be back to work in, of all places, the penalty box.
Television’s days might be numbered in a digital world. But it still has an unrivaled ability to cover a wide range of events in a short space of time. And, in the main, it showed that today with its blanket inauguration coverage. The medium is never better when it comes to politics than when it...
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