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  • Wedding bells to ring for Maryland's same-sex couples

    Wedding bells to ring for Maryland's same-sex couples
    Amid the cheers of President Barack Obama's victory rally in Chicago, Keesha Patterson reached into her bag for a tiny box, dropped to one knee, turned to her girlfriend of 11 years and told her, in front of everyone, how much she loved her and wanted...
  • Runners' top 12 trails

    Runners' top 12 trails
    Do you feel the nip in the air? Runners do. For them, the advent of fall means more than changing leaves and back to school. Cooler weather and coming races (the Baltimore Running Festival is October 13) make autumn the ideal time to run in the great...
  • Settlement in decades-old fair housing case

    Hundreds of families living in some of Baltimore's most impoverished neighborhoods will get to move to better conditions under a proposed settlement that could finally resolve a fair housing case dating back to 1995. Attorneys representing current and...
  • Engaged: Angela Horner and Chris Montgomery

    Engaged: Angela Horner and Chris Montgomery
    Wedding date: October 13, 2012 Her story: Angela Horner, 27, grew up in Severn. She lives in Baltimore's Pigtown and is licensing team manager at Laureate Education. Her father, Robert Horner, is a physicist in the electronics industry. Her mother,...
  • One dead, another wounded in Baltimore shootings Tuesday

    The spate of violence that marked Labor Day weekend continued Tuesday with a homicide in the Frankford neighborhood and a shooting in Upton. Officers were called at 11:50 p.m. to the 5400 block of Seward Avenue, near Radecke Avenue. They found a 42-year-...
  • Hampdenfest organizer stepping down

    "I'm tired," said Hampdenfest organizer Charlotte Murray, slumped at the information booth at early afternoon Sept. 8. Parked nearby on The Avenue, which was closed to motorists, was the blue tricycle she began using this year to save wear and tear on...
  • Trailer out for Common movie made in Baltimore

    Trailer out for Common movie made in Baltimore
    If the trailer for "Luv" is any indication, Baltimore is about to get itself some serious screen time. In the just-released teaser for the movie starring Common, Baltimore is everywhere -- there are glimpses of any number of city neighborhoods...
  • Baltimore gay rappers are loud and proud

    Baltimore gay rappers are loud and proud
    When Baltimore rapper DDm began writing the songs for his new mixtape, he looked to Omar Little, the ruthless-yet-honorable stickup man from "The Wire," for inspiration. Omar, like DDm, was raw, aggressive — and gay. DDm saw enough in common with...
  • Baltimore Pride volunteers rally base to fight same-sex marriage referendum

    Baltimore Pride volunteers rally base to fight same-sex marriage referendum
    The Baltimore Pride Festival was as much political rally as it was party Sunday, with supporters of same-sex marriage galvanizing a base of thousands to attempt to win a looming ballot fight. Dozens of volunteers for both the Marylanders for Marriage...
  • Good morning, Baltimore: Need to know for Monday

    Good morning, Baltimore: Need to know for Monday
    WEATHER Today's forecast calls for cloudy conditions in the Baltimore area, with a slight chance of showers, a high near 75 and south winds between 7 and 9 miles per hour. The chance of precipitation is 20 percent. TRAFFIC Check our traffic updates for...
  • George K. McKinney, U.S. marshal

    George K. McKinney, U.S. marshal
    George K. McKinney, who was the first African-American to be appointed U.S. marshal for the District of Maryland, and whose career in federal service spanned more than four decades, died June 17 of leukemia at his Northwest Baltimore home. He was 77. "It...
  • June 13: Loud and proud

    When Baltimore rapper DDm began writing the songs for his new mixtape, he looked to Omar Little, the ruthless-yet-honorable stickup man from "The Wire," for inspiration. A small but growing number of city artists are helping challenge hip-hop's...