In the wake of unrest in Baltimore, a panel discussion at this week's Maryland Film Festival will feature four notable writers whose works touch on Baltimore, race or some combination thereof: "The Wire" creator David Simon; Pulitzer Prize winner and Baltimore writer Taylor Branch; National Book...
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Baltimore began to move beyond unrest Sunday when Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake lifted a citywide curfew, the Maryland National Guard began withdrawing its forces and shoppers returned to Mondawmin Mall, which had been shuttered after looting.
Gov. Larry Hogan attended mass at a Catholic church in the Sandtown-Winchester community Sunday, part of a "day of prayer and peace" he had declared in the wake of a tense week that saw looting and violence following the death of Freddie Gray.
Tonight's Floyd Mayweather vs. Manny Pacquiao bout may be the fight of the century, but for some Baltimore bar and club owners, it's just another way the city's ongoing curfew is costing them and their employees money.
The Maryland Film Festival reinvents itself every year, thanks to programming that includes new filmmakers working with new actors, sometimes even in new genres. No doubt, that thrill of discovery helps keep audiences coming back year after year.
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Kweisi Mfume found himself among a group of Orioles fans peering through the bars of Camden Yards, attempting to peek in on the first major league game without any paying crowd in baseball history.