Change of Scenery:

If not for

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, surely the

would be getting more attention. But maybe not? How many

have there been over the past few years?

No Hope:

Also interesting in today's

Sun

, Grant Huang and Arthur Hirsch report that the

will ask Congress and the

to

at the

in Annapolis. For more, see earlier reports on the ADL's request at

and

.

Invest Wisely:

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In Sunday's

Sun

, Jamie Smith Hopkins took a look at the amount of

in Baltimore's

. It's not pretty; in the first four months of this year, according to the report, investors (aka non-owner/occupants) made up 67 percent of home sales in the city. Today, Smith Hopkins

from readers, including

CP

's own

.

Hate in the 'Burbs:

Good story in today's

Post

, by Daniel de Vise, on

in Anne Arundel County.

Secular Send-Off:

Going-away stories are frustrating. Often you've never heard of the person being given a send-off, but wish you had. Such is the case with

Jewish Times

'

of secular-humanist rabbi

, who's left Baltimore to move to San Francisco.

Silly Season:

This has to be one of the goofiest political kerfuffles of recent days, and that's saying something.

and then (yawn)

criticize Gov. Robert Ehrlich for his recent $1,000/head fundraiser at the

, which has never had a black member in its 127-year history. Fair enough. However, they failed to note/didn't know (and stupidly didn't look it up) that not a few Democrats have held fundraisers at the city line country club over the years. Meaning Ehrlich can run to ‘BAL, do some

, and rile up his, ahem, less-enlightened white Baltimore-area base. And not just say, "Oops,

, but won't happen again."

Passage to India:

At the

BBJ

, they send their reporters--in this case Julekha Dash--to

. (To check out the emerging tech scene, offshored jobs, etc.) Just, you know, pointing it out.

Hotel Halt:

The

NYT

's Gary Gately

in the

between

and

over the proposed

.

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