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Jacques Kelly: Fells Point's Broadway Market is back in business

The first returning tenants are back in business at Fells Point’s reopened Broadway Market. The full inventory of new merchants, stall keepers and restaurants promised for the pair of market structures remains some months away. But the initial pair of small, traditional vendors arrived as their...

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    KAL: There's something fishy about Pugh's book deal

  • Don't stop at marijuana, Baltimore

    Don't stop at marijuana, Baltimore

    To truly reform Baltimore’s justice system and protect black communities from systematic persecution and criminalization, Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby must refuse to prosecute all non-violent, low-level offenses that unnecessarily clog the courts — not just the marijuana possession...

  • Cal Thomas: A harsh president

    Cal Thomas: A harsh president

    President Trump made a rare appearance at a church last Sunday. It's a safe bet the sermon was not based on Proverbs 15:1 -- "A gentle answer turns away wrath, but a harsh word stirs up anger." If it was, it didn't appear to have much effect. Before and after church, the president engaged in a ...

  • The towering potential of Baltimore hindered by crime and chaos

    The towering potential of Baltimore hindered by crime and chaos

    On a crummy day in December, the contractor Marty Azola, who made a career of renovating old buildings, stepped out of the amazing Ivy Hotel, his crowning achievement at Biddle and Calvert streets, and into a freezing rain. Azola looked around and remarked that, having visited many cities, he considered...

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  • Natural skin care line moves offices, manufacturing to space near BWI

    Natural skin care line moves offices, manufacturing to space near BWI

    A natural, plant-based skin care line plans to move its corporate, manufacturing and research and development operations to space near Baltimore-Washington International Airport from San Antonio, Tex., according to the company and St. Johns Properties, which leased the property. Shankara produces...

  • Hotel owner charged with defrauding Maryland bank to secure loans

    Hotel owner charged with defrauding Maryland bank to secure loans

    A hotel management company operator has been charged with submitting fraudulent loan applications to a Maryland bank to buy millions of dollars in commercial and residential properties. A court filing Thursday charged Mehul Ramesh Khatiwala of New Jersey with bank fraud and conspiracy to commit...

  • Maryland loses jobs in February, but state's unemployment rate remains 3.7 percent

    Maryland loses jobs in February, but state's unemployment rate remains 3.7 percent

    Maryland lost 5,800 jobs in February, according to jobs data released Friday by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics, though the state’s unemployment rate remained unchanged at 3.7 percent. The rate has remained steady since December but was down from 4.2 in February last year....

  • CVS stores in Maryland will soon sell CBD products

    CVS stores in Maryland will soon sell CBD products

    Maryland is among seven states where CVS stores will soon begin selling topical products infused with the hemp derivative CBD. The pharmacy chain will soon begin offering creams, lotions, sprays, roll-on products and salves containing CBD, a wellness ingredient used to treat ailments ranging from...

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  • The Baltimore Eagle gay bar on Charles Street set to reopen April 19 under new management

    The Baltimore Eagle gay bar on Charles Street set to reopen April 19 under new management

    The Baltimore Eagle, the former gay leather bar in Old Goucher, will reopen April 19 as a “safe space” where members of the LGBTQ community will be able to “feel free,” according to its new owners. The news ends months of uncertainty and cryptic messages as to the fate of the popular night club...

  • Roseanne Barr says former co-star Sara Gilbert destroyed her life

    Roseanne Barr says former co-star Sara Gilbert destroyed her life

    Roseanne Barr apparently does not like Sara Gilbert anymore. Not one bit. Not since Gilbert, her former co-star, tweeted that the “Roseanne” star’s Ambien-fueled comments about Valerie Jarrett were “abhorrent and do not reflect the beliefs of our cast and crew or anyone associated with our show.”...

  • New Crofton restaurant will have poutine on the menu and a Mac Miller backstory

    New Crofton restaurant will have poutine on the menu and a Mac Miller backstory

    A new restaurant set to open next month in Crofton will bring a dish more commonly associated with Canada than Maryland, and deep connections to the music business. AshlingKitchen & Bar is set to open April 2 at 1286 Route 3 S., the former location of longtime local favorite Christophers. Owners...

  • 'The Conners' renewed for Season 2 at ABC

    'The Conners' renewed for Season 2 at ABC

    ABC has renewed its highest-rated new show, "The Conners," for a second season, Variety has learned. The show's stars, including John Goodman, Sara Gilbert, Lecy Goranson, Ames McNamara and Laurie Metcalf, are all set to return to Lanford, after several of them signed a new deal with the network...

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