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  • Inner Harbor Eiffel Tower?

    Inner Harbor Eiffel Tower?
    No doubt the city and the Baltimore Development Corp. are right that the Inner Harbor, like any tourist attraction, needs updating every now and then. But some of the proposals they've gotten for a new signature structure feel a bit random — more like the latest version of the "Man/Woman" sculpture at Penn Station than Baltimore's answer to the Eiffel Tower.
  • No furlough days for Port Deposit employees

    Port Deposit town employees are no longer facing furlough days and possible holiday changes after Tuesday's town meeting, where lingering budget issues were resolved. At the meeting, a $21,000 accounting error was discovered in the 2012 budget, where...

    William J. "Will" Gallagher, 1927-2014

     William J. "Will" Gallagher, 1927-2014
    William J. "Will" Gallagher painted Chicago scenes, often from the perspective of the condo where he lived above Michigan Avenue. "His watercolors were luminous, full of light and big views," said friend and fellow painter Robert Andrew Parker. "He...

    Chicago vigil for girl, 11, draws others who've lost kin to gun violence

    Chicago vigil for girl, 11, draws others who've lost kin to gun violence
    Just outside the West Side home where an 11-year-old was fatally shot, hundreds gathered Sunday to pray, cry, hug and say it can’t happen again. As the group grieved Shamiya Adams’ death and comforted her family, they hoped aloud that Friday...

    Shakes in the Parks is back with 'Midsummer Night's Dream'

    Shakes in the Parks is back with 'Midsummer Night's Dream'
    In that summer tradition of works of the Bard performed outdoors over the summer, Shakespeare's lighter plays work best. No good having picnic blankets, fading sunlight on the lawn and Romans and Goths stabbing each other in "Titus Andronicus." With...