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  • Traffic modified for Baltimore Pride parade and festival

    Traffic modified for Baltimore Pride parade and festival

    Traffic modifications  will be in effect for the annual Pride Parade and Festival on Saturday, July 23, 2016. The parade kicks off in Mt. Vernon from Charles and Madison streets at 2:00 p.m. Participants will go north on Charles Street and end at Chase Street.In preparation for the parade, the...

  • Lawmakers to ask FDA to lift restrictions on blood donations by gay, bisexual men

    Lawmakers to ask FDA to lift restrictions on blood donations by gay, bisexual men

    More than 130 members of Congress, including several from Maryland, joined with progressive and gay rights advocacy groups to call on federal regulators Tuesday to lift a requirement that gay and bisexual men remain celibate for a year before donating blood.They signed letters urging the Food and...

  • Waking up to the Pulse

    Waking up to the Pulse

    I spent last weekend in gay clubs and other gathering places celebrating Pride with my many LGBT friends in our nation's capital. When I woke up Sunday morning to the news that more than 100 victims had been injured or killed in an Orlando night club much like the ones I'd been in, I felt like...

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  • Orlando gunman appears to have been 'homegrown extremist'

    Orlando gunman appears to have been 'homegrown extremist'

    The gunman whose attack on a gay nightclub left 49 victims dead appears to have been a "homegrown extremist" who espoused support for a jumble of often-conflicting Islamic radical groups, the White House and the FBI said Monday. As Orlando mourned its dead with flowers, candles and vigils, counterterrorism...

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  • BSO to present first 'Harry Potter' film with live soundtrack

    BSO to present first 'Harry Potter' film with live soundtrack

    A bespectacled 11-year-old boy from Surrey, England, will once again find himself on a train to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry when the 2001 film "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone" is shown next week in Baltimore and North Bethesda. This time, he'll be accompanied by 80 or so new...

  • Baltimore food challenges put diners' stomachs to the test

    Baltimore food challenges put diners' stomachs to the test

    Many have attempted; few have conquered. When it comes to tackling the Baltimore area’s mightiest meals, the odds aren’t in diners’ favor. A number of restaurants in the area challenge customers to chow down on mountainous dishes, including 4-pound burritos, 36-inch pizzas and 6-pound sandwich...

  • Clinton at disadvantage on TV

    Clinton at disadvantage on TV

    TV is not Hillary Clinton's friend. And contrary to the conventional wisdom on what it takes to win the White House, her best media course between now and November is to avoid it as much as possible if she wants to be the first female president of the United States. That's not going to be easy,...

  • Actor Richard Kind and Martin O'Malley play in Stephen Colbert skit

    Actor Richard Kind and Martin O'Malley play in Stephen Colbert skit

    The Democratic National Convention saw many supporters of former presidential candidate Bernie Sanders refusing to accept that Hillary Clinton was named the nominee. And there was one fan “still fighting the good fight” for Martin O’Malley. Actor Richard Kind took to the DNC for “The Last O’Malley...

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