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Arthur Hirsch

Writer

Arthur Hirsch writes about entrepreneurs, manufacturing and housing for the Baltimore Sun. Since joining the Baltimore Sun in 1990, he has worked as a reporter on features, arts, food, sports, county and bankruptcy courts, local government, national and suburban desks and as an editor on the metro, national and foreign desks. He grew up in New York City.

Recent Articles

  • First-time buyers taking to the city
    First-time buyers taking to the city

    From the wall-length window in Tyler and Erin Matteau's rented fourth-floor apartment on North Calvert Street, there's a view to the south and, maybe, the young couple's immediate future.

  • Algae virus leaves DNA footprints in human throats
    Algae virus leaves DNA footprints in human throats

    The discovery is no cause for alarm, said Dr. Robert H. Yolken, a virus expert at the Johns Hopkins Children's Center, but it's certainly odd: A bug known before only to infect green algae appears to have jumped from the plant to the animal kingdom, landing in the human throat.

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