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  • Joe hopes to return R&B to its romantic 'essence'

    Joe hopes to return R&B to its romantic 'essence'
    With more than 20 years of experience, R&B singer Joe has had a front-row seat to watch the genre evolve.  And in 2014, the 41-year-old singer born Joseph Thomas believes R&B needs to remember romance — and being in love with more than only...
  • Moving Baltimore forward [Commentary]

    Moving Baltimore forward [Commentary]
    Baltimore City elicits genuine pride from its residents. Every neighborhood is unique, and generations of families have stayed here because they were not willing to give up on this great city. After decades of population decline, Baltimore is finally...
  • Twice told she'd never run again, Karen Manns ready to run, bike and swim

    Twice told she'd never run again, Karen Manns ready to run, bike and swim
    Dressed in her Baltimore City police uniform, Detective Karen Manns said last month that she is in the best shape of her life. Eleven years ago, however, her career and health were at risk. After hip replacement surgery in 2003, the then-34-year-old was...
  • Five Questions with DDG CEO Ahsin Rasheed

    Five Questions with DDG CEO Ahsin Rasheed
    Design company DDG may be based in Brewers Hill, but it never let Baltimore define it. Founded in 1979, the firm's focus is commercial work — shopping centers, movie theaters and hotels, including landmark mixed-use developments, such as the...
  • Businesses anticipating major tourism boost from Star-Spangled Spectacular

    Businesses anticipating major tourism boost from Star-Spangled Spectacular
    As the nation's eyes turn to Baltimore for the bicentennial commemoration of the War of 1812 next week, city leaders hope to capitalize on what one official called "the largest tourism event in our city's history" and the chance to showcase the city in...
  • Ahead of Star Spangled Spectacular, Baltimore zeros in on security, traffic logistics

    Ahead of Star Spangled Spectacular, Baltimore zeros in on security, traffic logistics
    The buzz will start downtown early next week before growing to a roar a few days later as the harbor fills with tall ships, the skies with flashy jet formations and the city's largest tourist attractions with massive crowds. More than a million visitors...
  • Supertrain is cool, but improve what we have right now

    Supertrain is cool, but improve what we have right now
    So, first question: If you could travel to the nation's capital from Baltimore in 15 minutes by super-fast train, would you? Sure you would. You'd give it a try at least once, if only to brag that you had achieved land speed of 300 mph. It would be a...
  • Constellation to move from Inner Harbor to undergo repairs

    Constellation to move from Inner Harbor to undergo repairs
    The Constellation will be moved from its location in Baltimore's Inner Harbor for four months this winter to undergo more than $2 million in repairs — including $750,000 to fix rotting in its hull. The city Board of Estimates, which oversees...
  • 'Living Seashore' exhibit to open at National Aquarium in spring

    'Living Seashore' exhibit to open at National Aquarium in spring
    A new exhibit will open next spring at the National Aquarium featuring horseshoe crabs and moon jellies among waves, beaches and dunes, the Inner Harbor attraction announced Monday. The $5.5 million "Living Seashore" exhibit, which will span 2,700 square...
  • Save Baltimore's beach volleyball [Letter]

    Save Baltimore's beach volleyball [Letter]
    Baltimore beach volleyball is a highly visible contrast to the many negatives often associated with Baltimore ("How to save Baltimore's beach volleyball," Aug. 6). In fact, an investment banker who is an avid player told me it was the main reason he chose...
  • Baltimore finally ready to gamble as casino opens Tuesday

    Baltimore finally ready to gamble as casino opens Tuesday
    Baltimore's first casino could have risen more than a dozen years ago on the faded industrial stretch that is now posh Harbor East. Or more controversially, slot machines could have made their city debut in the family-oriented Inner Harbor or at Pimlico...
  • Harbor 2.0 planners didn't consult local residents and businesses [Letter]

    Harbor 2.0 planners didn't consult local residents and businesses [Letter]
    When Inner Harbor 2.0 was first rolled out, I was appalled that plans called for dismantling the Seven-Foot Knoll Lighthouse, relocating the Coast Guard cutter Taney to a dumpster area and doubling the size of the Pier V parking garage ("Baltimore's...