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Jada Pinkett Smith denies Leah Remini's claims that she's a Scientologist

Baltimore actress Jada Pinkett Smith says she is not a Scientologist, denying claims made last week by actress Leah Remini.

Remini, a former Scientologist who released the memoir “Troublemaker: Surviving Hollywood and Scientology” in 2015, made the claims about Pinkett Smith in an interview with The Daily Beast on Saturday.

“I know Jada’s in. I know Jada’s in.

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Kevin Hart apologizes to pregnant wife, Baltimore native Eniko Parrish

Kevin Hart has publicly apologized to his pregnant wife (a Baltimore native) and his kids for what he described as a "bad error in judgment." The comedian and box office star, looking morose, posted a video to Instagram on Saturday in which he said he wasn't perfect and recently made poor decisions.

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East Baltimore family to be featured on 'Family Feud' on Thursday

Five first cousins from East Baltimore will make their debut on “Family Feud,” hosted by actor Steve Harvey, this week, and they’re looking to “#turnup” the heat.

The Ramsey family will compete on the game show on Thursday in hopes of outwitting another family and taking home a cash prize.

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Rep. John Sarbanes, Stoop Storytelling Series to host tribute to former Sen. Barbara Mikulski

Rep. John Sarbanes, his father former Sen. Paul Sarbanes and members of the Stoop Storytelling Series will gather next month for a tribute and a night of tales about former Sen. Barbara Mikulski, according to a recent press release.

The tribute to the Highlandtown native and longest-serving female in Congress will take place at 7:30 p.m. Oct.

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Lynda Carter talks 'Wonder Woman' mania ahead of Baltimore Comic-Con performance

Lynda Carter loved playing Wonder Woman. She loves all the attention the character has been getting of late, following the summer’s blockbuster movie starring Gal Gadot. And she loves meeting her fans.

What she doesn’t love is the traditional comic-con template, in which stars sit at tables and sign autograph after autograph for fans who have paid handsomely for the privilege.

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Moved by a stranger's story, Frederick woman helps Hurricane Harvey victim track down precious coffee cups

When a Frederick woman sent three coffee cups to a stranger to replace those lost to Hurricane Harvey, her kind act resonated with a nation eager to offer solace to the storm’s victims.

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