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  • Baltimore Blue Angels show expected to draw huge crowds

    Baltimore Blue Angels show expected to draw huge crowds
    Cars began lining up before 7 a.m. to get into the parking lots at M&T Bank Stadium for the shuttle bus ride to Fort McHenry and the Blue Angels air show.
  • A Maryland family reflects on New York's reaction to passage of gay marriage

    Last week, our family visited New York City on vacation. As we left our hotel Sunday to come back to Maryland, we got caught up in the crowds watching the city's Gay Pride Parade. It was quite an experience. The night before, the New York State Assembly...

    Thousands expected to attend L.A. Pride parade and festival Sunday

    Thousands expected to attend L.A. Pride parade and festival Sunday
    Thousands of people are expected to attend the L.A. Pride parade and festival on Sunday in West Hollywood. The parade kicks off at 11 a.m. Sunday at the intersection of Santa Monica and Crescent Heights boulevards. It will travel west on Santa Monica,...

    Tens of thousands expected at L.A. Pride parade today

    Tens of thousands expected at L.A. Pride parade today
    Thousands of people gathered in West Hollywood Sunday morning for the L.A. Pride parade. Organizers said they were expecting 400,000 spectators and participants. The parade was scheduled to start at 11 a.m. and run west on Santa Monica Boulevard...

    Pictures in the News | June 9, 2014

     
    Monday's Pictures in the News begins in West Hollywood, where thousands line Santa Monica Boulevard for L.A. Pride Parade. The parade featured 130 entrants, including grocery stores, banks, politicians, television news stations and advocacy groups.