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  • Colonial Players festival offers a little of 'This' and 'That'

    After Colonial Players recently closed a season that offered bold, horizon-broadening shows, the company is offering theatergoers even more with its new "This or That" One-Act Play Festival opening July 17 at Colonial Players Theatre on East Street.
  • Don Scott on saying goodbye to TV after 40 years and 4 days at WJZ

    Don Scott on saying goodbye to TV after 40 years and 4 days at WJZ
    Don Scott will sign off for the last time Friday morning at WJZ-TV after 40 years at the station. Tens of thousands of Baltimore viewers have started their day with him for the more than three decades that he's been at the station's morning anchor desk....

    'House of Cards,' 'Veep,' 'Treme,' Josh Charles earn major Emmy nominations

    'House of Cards,' 'Veep,' 'Treme,' Josh Charles earn major Emmy nominations
    There was a strong Baltimore flavor to the nominations for the 2014 Emmys announced today. Baltimore-made "House of Cards," the first non-TV series to win a major Emmy last year, scored in three of the highest categories with nominations for best drama,...

    Big Ten Network will broadcast as many as half of Maryland's football games

    Big Ten Network will broadcast as many as half of Maryland's football games
    WASHINGTON — Managers of the Big Ten Network arrived in the area Monday and said they expected to broadcast four to six Maryland football games this season and as many as 20 men's basketball games. Other Maryland football and basketball games will...

    Faster, cheaper, better broadband in Baltimore [Commentary]

    Faster, cheaper, better broadband in Baltimore [Commentary]
    There is a monopoly for fast Internet services in Baltimore City. As a consequence, a new Comcast customer can pay as much as $1,000 more over two years for standard "triple-play" service (telephone, Internet and cable television) than would a new...