Reaction to Sunday's column on Baltimore's distressing loss in population ranged from genuine empathy to snarky glee. Some citizens took the opportunity to complain about city life: A woman in Roland Park said she has a rat problem and that her water has been brown for months.Read more
Dan comments on the botched Republican attempt to overhaul the Affordable Care Act.Read more
Being attached to Baltimore is like being attached to a drug addict: You love the best of it and you hate the worst of it. You're on this emotional roller coaster — up and down, up and down — and just when it seems that recovery is steady and strong, relapse happens, and everything flops like daffodils in a frost.Read more
Dan and a Sun editorial writer chat with colleagues about the GOP health bill, Baltimore's minimum wage, the waning days of Maryland's General Assembly session, and the Orioles' forthcoming season.Read more
After the vandalism and arson that erupted on the day of Freddie Gray's funeral, there was a lot of talk about stepping up. Big Baltimore institutions and businesses volunteered or were asked to increase their commitments to help the city deal with some of the chronic problems laid bare by the unrest of April 2015.
Before I go on, a word about those words, "laid bare."Read more
Henry Hong and John Shields cover the steps for making corned beef from scratch, which, if you want for St.Read more