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Amy Schumer world tour to stop in Baltimore in November

Towson University’s funniest alum is coming back to Baltimore, and this time you won’t need a connection to the university to see her.

Amy Schumer, star of stage (concert appearances, like this one), screen (last year’s “Trainwreck” grossed over $110 million at the U.S. box office) and TV (Comedy Central’s Emmy-winning “Inside Amy Schumer”), will be embarking on a 50-city world tour in August.

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O'Malley clan in Ireland wants former Maryland governor to attend their gathering
This Week in Black Twitter: Celebrating victory for affirmative action, questioning 'no fly, no buy'

Welcome back to This Week in Black Twitter, your weekly digest of the happenings on Black Twitter and cultural conversations on the web. Topics will span the gamut — with pop culture, politics, sports, lifestyles and everything in between. This week: Users celebrate SCOTUS ruling in favor of affirmative action, "No fly, no buy" sparks #IfImOnTheWatchList and #BlackPlotTwists.



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'Kane Show' radio host Peter Deibler accused of assaulting wife

Updated: with comments from Dennis Lamme, president of iHeartRadio in the Mid-Atlantic region.

Maryland radio personality Peter Deibler, best known as host "Kane” of nationally syndicated morning show “The Kane Show,” was arrested last Friday after allegedly assaulting his soon-to-be ex-wife Natasha Deibler, according to court records.

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Baltimore author Anne Tyler retells her least favorite Shakespeare play in latest novel "Vinegar Girl"

Very few would consider the lauded works of English poet and playwright William Shakespeare in need of revision, but then again, they aren’t Anne Tyler.

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Baltimore actress Tracie Thoms featured in latest episode of 'The Mindy Project'

With only two episodes remaining, season four of the Hulu TV show "The Mindy Project," starring comedian Mindy Kaling, is coming to an end -- but not without the appearance of Baltimore actress Tracie Thoms.

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