Md. casinos are pumping out billions for education. So why are there school budget deficits?

Baltimore Insider

Baltimore Insider Baltimore celebrity news and notes on Maryland personalities and politics
Storify: Signs serve as prime tool at Women's March on Washington
Viral image of 'Consider Canada' highway sign a hoax, SHA says

An image spreading around social media of a highway sign suggesting Maryland motorists "CONSIDER CANADA" was so convincing, state transportation officials had to double check it.

The sign stretching above northbound Interstate 270 in Rockville warns commuters to expect delays because of the inauguration of President Donald Trump.

Read more
This Week in Black Twitter: Chrisette Michele's inauguration backlash; celebrating King's legacy

Welcome back to This Week in Black Twitter, your weekly digest of the happenings on Black Twitter and the cultural conversations on the web. Topics span the gamut — pop culture, politics, sports, lifestyles and everything in between.

This week: R&B singer Chrisette Michele addresses inauguration gig, users celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. and Jerry Rice raises eyebrows in Popeyes commercial.


Read more
Mount Airy-based band The Reagan Years performs at inaugural ball

For the past 20 years, Mount Airy band The Reagan Years has kept the 1980s alive, covering the best and lost hits of the decade. On Thursday night, though, it was less about their namesake President Reagan and more about President-elect Donald Trump as they performed in Washington at the All American Inaugural Ball celebration.

Read more
Cat yoga classes now offered at Harford County Humane Society

When the Humane Society of Harford County begins holding yoga class next month, some of the participants will have an unfair advantage when it comes to mastering the cat-cow pose. And the pigeon pose. And the eagle. Not to mention downward-facing dog.

It's one of the benefits of having four paws, a super-flexible spine and a tail.

Read more
Legislative aide in Annapolis fired after Times reveals him as fake news mastermind

Cameron Harris admits he still hasn't quite grasped the magnitude of being a known proprietor of one of the country's most notorious fake news websites.

When he answers the door at his new Annapolis home, one he said he only moved into about a week ago, he's wearing an old "Blaine Young for County Executive" T-shirt and shorts.

Read more