Signs reading "Love Not War," "Equality for All, Justice for All, Love for All, "The more variety, the better society," and more speckled the lawn of the Carroll County Board of Education building Friday afternoon. Between 50 and 100 turned out, many holding their signs while songs from "This Land is Your Land" to "Born This Way" by Lady Gaga played over a small set of speakers.
The news reads like it is a good time to be Wale, but during a frank phone conversation last week, the rapper -- who headlines Baltimore Soundstage on Friday -- sounded defeated, unhappy and uncertain about his future in music.
Some defense-minded law professors and others have criticized revised college sexual harassment policies that shift the definition of sexual assault from a lack of voluntariness in sexual relations to a lack of affirmative consent. But affirmative consent is the right standard.
A wrongful-conviction lawsuit has been revived against Baltimore police featured in David Simon's "Homicide," who are accused of manufacturing and inducing perjured testimony at exoneree James Owens' 1988 trial over the murder of Colleen Williar, for which he served decades in prison. Ars Technica exposes the criminal hacker history of Home Depot¿s chief IT guy, Ricky Joe Mitchell, convicted of sabotaging the network of his former employer, EnerVest Operating. RuPaul is leading a drag queen revolt against Facebook's policy requiring the real, legal name of those who keep accounts on its site.
The On the Run tour, Jay Z and Beyonce's first co-headlining tour together, delivered the type of expensive, finely calibrated spectacle one would expect from a Forbes power couple with a corporate sponsorship on Monday night at M&T Bank Stadium.
Davis and Event Sales and Marketing Manager Jennifer Topper were Magerk's representatives at the seminar presented by Martin Johnson, a liquor license consultant from ID Training LLC. Others among the 50 or so at the seminar, centered around examples of what to do and what not to do, included liquor licensees from Harford County, local police, three liquor board members and a handful of liquor inspectors from other counties, five alone from Montgomery County, which has 1,000 liquor licenses
After months of being bombarded by slick advertising, celebrity endorsements and candidate pleas, it is Maryland voters who will turn out to the polls today — in large numbers, according to one estimate — to have the final word.
Tuesday night on NBC's "The Voice," it was a battle between the singer who can dance and the dancer who can sing, between the time-saving glory of the montage and my poor memory of "who the hell are these people."