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  • New blogger and new blog home

     
    This week Scott Dance joins The Baltimore Sun as its new weather blogger. As other Sun blogs have moved over to a new platform, it's time for Maryland Weather to join them. Starting today Maryland Weather will have updates here....
  • Baltimore Business Journal sends techie twins to time out over prank

    Baltimore Business Journal sends techie twins to time out over prank
    Oh those mischievous Brenner Brothers! Mike Brenner, the founder of Betamore, a technology incubator and campus in Federal Hill, was named one of the Baltimore Business Journal's "40 under 40." But when it came time for the photo, Mike Brenner's...

    The difference between 'public rulers' and public servants

    The difference between 'public rulers' and public servants
    Legendary Baltimore radio talk show host Ron Smith referred to our politicians as “public rulers.”  He refused to use their preferred term “public servants” because they rarely if ever act as servants, and if they did, it was...

    New Hammerjacks developer offers ambitious plan at Pigtown meeting

    New Hammerjacks developer offers ambitious plan at Pigtown meeting
    Developers of a revived Hammerjacks laid out their plans for a concert venue near M&T Bank Stadium Tuesday night at a community meeting in Pigtown as they court community support. The new Hammerjacks would be located in the 600 block of W. West St. in...

    Did customer resentment kill Santoni's?

     Did customer resentment kill Santoni's?
    In a July 2011 interview with the Baltimore Business Journal, Rob Santoni Jr. admitted that his store had been paying the bottle tax instead of passing it on to consumers. So if the actual prices of beverages didn't increase, are we supposed to believe...