Judge threatens to stop Carnival cruise ships from docking in U.S. — including Baltimore
A federal judge has threatened to temporarily block Carnival Corp. from docking cruise ships at ports in the United States — including Baltimore — as punishment for a possible probation violation.
Sunday: Tender FM Vol. 18
You’ve heard City Paper sing the praises of Tender FM before; we awarded the Crown’s monthly reading event Best Poetry Series last year, and before and since...
Group cleans up South Baltimore park for 'Good Deeds Day'
Hanna Jaaro-Peled spent her Sunday with her 12-year-old daughter Alma, picking up soda cans and cigarette butts and shoveling dirt off of pavers in Middle Branch Park near Cherry Hill.
'The Blacklist' Season 3 premiere recap: 'The Troll Farmer'
Season 3 of "The Blacklist" starring James Spader (a school girl crush of mine, it must be noted) starts out with an exciting high-speed chase.
Bolton Street Synagogue takes part in global 'Good Deeds Day'
Members of Bolton Street Synagogue in Baltimore were among nearly 1 million people worldwide who participated in a "Good Deeds Day" on Sunday.
Josephine C. Choma, 97, of Fredericksburg, Va.
Our guide to the 2012 Maryland Film Festival
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Bullets await Howard decision Heat will force arbitration; no date set for hearing
As deadline approaches, Bullets still ready to deal
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Increasing numbers are going down to the sea in ships
Bullets-Heat preseason matchup in Bahamas is logistical puzzle, not vacation