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  • The Fight for Freddie Gray: Dispatches from last week's protests

    The Fight for Freddie Gray: Dispatches from last week's protests
    “All night, all day, we will fight for Freddie Gray.” Freddie Gray died on Sunday, April 19, a week after police took him into custody in Sandtown-Winchester’s Gilmor Homes. As news spread throughout the neighborhood and the city,...
  • Woman dead in Nepal earthquake had Chicago ties

    Woman dead in Nepal earthquake had Chicago ties
    A graduate of Chicago's Malcolm X College is among the Americans killed in the aftermath of a devastating earthquake in Nepal. Marisa Eve Girawong, who worked with the medical personnel for Madison Mountaineering, a Seattle-based mountain guide company,...
  • Announcements: Osprey program, blood drives for AAMC, others

    Osprey program Annapolis Maritime Museum, 723 Second St., will hold an osprey program from 10 to 11 a.m. May 16. During the program families can listen to a story, watch for osprey, and build their own osprey nests. Participants will also receive a free...
  • Palette & Brush Club holds annual spring exhibit

    The Windsor Palette & Brush Club held the opening reception for its annual Spring Art Exhibit on Sunday, April 12, at the Windsor Town Hall. The exhibit showcases works of art by local artists in various media, and will be on display in the lower level...
  • Letters: Second Chance Act; Political fiction; Rain tax repeal; Heroin epidemic

    Letters: Second Chance Act; Political fiction; Rain tax repeal; Heroin epidemic
    Second Chance Act A 19-year-old man drives a car with an expired license. A 20-year-old woman drinks too much at a party and decides to try the drug being offered to her. These are bad decisions, and our actions rightly have consequences. But...
  • Datebook

    Sunday, May 17 Family Day Family Day in The Park will be held from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Mayo Beach Park, 4150 Honeysuckle Drive, Edgewater. Bring blankets and a bag lunch for a day of fun, but leave no trace. No alcohol or smoking is permitted....
  • Annapolis group plans Malcolm X discussion

    Annapolis group plans Malcolm X discussion
    A former security official for Malcolm X will be one of several speakers remembering the civil rights figure next week in Annapolis on what would have been his 90th birthday. Shuaib Neel, founder of the Concerned Muslims of Annapolis and a cosponsor...
  • The Morning Report: What you need to know today in Annapolis and Anne Arundel

    The Morning Report: What you need to know today in Annapolis and Anne Arundel
    The Morning Report is a quick roundup of links to stories we think Annapolis and Anne Arundel County residents will be talking about today. You can click on the links directly from the text of this feature. Here's what's happening. A Naval Academy...
  • Alderman to state: Reject tax credit for Spike Lee's 'Chiraq' movie

    Alderman to state: Reject tax credit for Spike Lee's 'Chiraq' movie
    One alderman is pushing for the state to deny a tax break for Spike Lee's movie because of the film's title, "Chiraq." Ald. Will Burns (4th) wants the state's film office to reject Lee's expected application for a $3 million tax credit. "We shouldn'...
  • Baltimore will unite post Freddie Gray

    Baltimore will unite post Freddie Gray
    Baltimore, a city that prides itself on charm and grace, is now in the national spotlight because of its prolonged failure to live up to those aspirations in the treatment of its citizens. Unfortunately, what we are witnessing in Baltimore is the direct...
  • Kamasi Washington expands jazz's boundaries on new album 'The Epic'

     Kamasi Washington expands jazz's boundaries on new album 'The Epic'
    When jazz saxophonist Kamasi Washington was contributing string arrangements to rapper Kendrick Lamar's "To Pimp a Butterfly," few could have predicted that both L.A. artists would end up dominating the conversation about hip-hop and jazz in 2015. But...