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Patricia Knott Smyth, philanthropist and hospital board chair, dies

Patricia Knott Smyth, philanthropist and hospital board chair, dies

Patricia Knott Smyth, a philanthropist and former Good Samaritan hospital board chair, died of leukemia complications Jan. 14 at her North Baltimore home. She was 89. Born in Baltimore, she was the daughter of contractor and developer Henry J. Knott and his wife, Marion I. Burk, local philanthropists....

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  • What happens when a city plagued by gun violence gets more guns?

    What happens when a city plagued by gun violence gets more guns?

    Our view: The specter of a Supreme Court ready, willing and eager to expand gun rights hovers over Baltimore’s crime-fighting challenge The decision of Baltimore’s school board on Tuesday not to allow school police officers to carry weapons during the day and the ongoing debate over whether to...

  • More media is not going to solve the Covington mess. Neither are tweets from President Trump.

    More media is not going to solve the Covington mess. Neither are tweets from President Trump.

    We, like everyone else, have only the videos to go on in determining what went down on the National Mall last week when Catholic high school students from Kentucky encountered a group of Native Americans. And for the most part, they tell a similar story: A bunch of teen-age boys, many in “Make...

  • An opportunity for transformation in East Baltimore

    An opportunity for transformation in East Baltimore

    Looking south from the corner of East Eager and North Chester streets in Baltimore, you’ll see the results of Johns Hopkins-spurred development: the new Henderson-Hopkins school, mixed-income housing, amenities including a Walgreens and an Atwater’s. Turn 180 degrees and face north, and you will...

  • Rules for 2020 presidential candidates

    Rules for 2020 presidential candidates

    For better or for worse, the 2020 presidential campaign has already begun. A number of Democratic candidates, including Kamala Harris, Elizabeth Warren, Kirsten Gillibrand, Julian Castro and John Delaney, have announced their candidacies. On the Republican side, Donald Trump never stopped running...

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  • Korean sandwich and coffee shop Cafe Andamiro to close its doors on Jan. 27

    Korean sandwich and coffee shop Cafe Andamiro to close its doors on Jan. 27

    Cafe Andamiro, the Midtown-Belvedere Korean sandwich and coffee shop, will close Jan. 27, according to a Tuesday morning Facebook post. The business, which has been open since September 2016, said it appreciated the business and support. “Being able to share food, drinks and moments with you was...

  • New brewpub Nepenthe Brewing Co. set to open in Hampden Friday

    New brewpub Nepenthe Brewing Co. set to open in Hampden Friday

    Nepenthe Brewing Co., a brewpub, brewery and relocated home brew supply store, opens in Hampden on Friday. The brewery begins a new adventure for husband-and-wife co-owners Brian Arnold and Jill Antos, whose Nepenthe Homebrew supply store opened in Woodberry in February 2013, but was forced to...

  • Arundel's Brothers Osborne to make 'Tonight Show' debut Tuesday

    Arundel's Brothers Osborne to make 'Tonight Show' debut Tuesday

    The Brothers Osborne will make their debut on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” Tuesday night. The Deale, Anne Arundel County, natives plan to perform their single, “I Don’t Remember Me (Before You),” on the show at 11:35 p.m. The song is featured on their newest album, “Port Saint Joe,”...

  • Diners fondly recall a cheap and tasty meal at Mee Jun Low Chinese restaurant

    Diners fondly recall a cheap and tasty meal at Mee Jun Low Chinese restaurant

    Diners walked up a flight of steps to reach Mee Jun Low, the Chinese restaurant whose regular patrons loved its seedy bohemian atmosphere and its affordable prices. Its fame crested in the 1960s and early 1970s when lines formed outside the door at 219 W. Mulberry St., above the Brass Towne antiques...

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