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Roughly Speaking

Since you asked: Four Baltimore stories inspired by your curiosity

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Roughly Speaking: Newsroom Edition, episode 14:

This week, you’re the producer, as breaking news and transportation reporter Colin Campbell shares four You Ask, We Answer stories inspired by Sun readers’ curiosity. Come underground, underwater, to the back of the restaurant, and back in time as we reveal lesser-known facts about Federal Hill Park, the Inner Harbor, carryout staple lake trout and two Baltimore neighborhoods.

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Pamela Wood

Pamela Wood

Pamela Wood covers Maryland politics from The Baltimore Sun's State House bureau in Annapolis. She's been with The Baltimore Sun since 2013, and previously wrote for The Capital, the Maryland Gazette, the Daily Times (Salisbury) and Gannett News Service. She grew up in Howard County and graduated from the University of Maryland.

Colin Campbell

Colin Campbell

Colin Campbell is a breaking news and transportation reporter at The Sun, where he has worked since 2013. He shared in The Sun staff's recognition as Pulitzer Prize finalist for breaking news for the paper's coverage of the death of Freddie Gray and the ensuing unrest. He is a Catonsville native and a University of South Carolina alumnus.

Steve Earley

Steve Earley

Overseeing the newsroom's audience engagement and data/interactives teams, Steve uses technology to engage and grow The Sun's audience and to support and advance its journalism. An avid foodie and runner, the Columbia native graduated from Elon University's inaugural Interactive Media master's class in 2010.


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