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  • Manhattan Rents Reach Record High

    Manhattan Rents Reach Record High
    Attention Manhattanees: it's not your landlord's fault your rent is so obscenely expensive. Blame basic economics and its unrelenting supply and demand curve. The average rent in Manhattan has hit a record high of $3,400 to $3,418, a report released by...
  • $1 million bond set for man charged in videotaped beating

    $1 million bond set for man charged in videotaped beating
    The 20-year-old man charged in connection with the recent assault and robbery in downtown Baltimore of a visitor who was stripped of his clothes was ordered held on $1 million bond Saturday morning, court records show. Aaron Jacob Parsons of Rosedale...
  • Look for Thomas Gounley in the Boston Marathon — he'll be the one juggling

    Let's see, how to describe Thomas Gounley? Who, as a kid, taught himself to ride a unicycle for no apparent reason. Who, on a whim, decided to bike 1,350 miles from St. Louis to Yorktown. And who, in his latest bit of inspired madness, will run the Boston...
  • Parsons' bail reduced in Baltimore videotaped robbery case

    Parsons' bail reduced in Baltimore videotaped robbery case
    Related: California blogger who helped spread Parsons' information says he feels bad for him and he shouldn't do prison time. Bail for Aaron Parsons, the 20-year-old Rosedale man charged with punching and robbing a downtown visitor in a recorded attack...
  • Is religion healthy? How? Why?

    Is religion healthy? How? Why?
    Religion helps people live longer and healthier, gives meaning to their lives, and helps them meet death with peace. All that has been shown by numerous studies over the last two decades. But how and why does religion help all that? Those questions...
  • Omar Little arrested in Baltimore

    Omar Little arrested in Baltimore
    Over the weekend, the arrest of a 19-year-old man on a handgun charge caught my eye. His name? Omar Little. That of course is the name of the iconic stick-up man from "The Wire," a show that was based heavily on real people and events from Baltimore's...
  • Glastonbury Author, Consultant Prodding Young Professionals To Get A Job -- Overseas

    Glastonbury Author, Consultant Prodding Young Professionals To Get A Job -- Overseas
    Stacie Berdan left the corporate whirl five years ago to write and proselytize about importance of preparing to join a global workplace. Berdan began her career at Burson-Marsteller, the large international public relations agency. After volunteering...
  • Savage Love: Santorum Mess

    Savage Love: Santorum Mess
    I am writing to thank you. I remember reading your definition of "santorum" — "the frothy mix of lube and fecal matter that is sometimes the byproduct of anal sex" — when it first appeared. I remember thinking it was a cute way to make fun...
  • A deepening disconnect

    A deepening disconnect
    Given that the country is facing huge problems and still digging out from the worst financial crisis since the Depression, some might expect that the seemingly endless debates and breathless saturation of media coverage of it all would converge into a...
  • Red carpet fashion statements

    Red carpet fashion statements
    With a lifetime of red carpet misses ranging from uncomfortably busty Guinevere gowns to something reminiscent of Grandma's doily tablecloth, Disney princess Miley Cyrus hasn't exactly been fashion It Girl material. Until now. The sleek and chic...
  • Gansler urged not to sign foreclosure settlement

    As state attorneys general across the country consider whether to settle with big banks over shoddy and illegal foreclosure practices, some Marylanders are urging Douglas F. Gansler not to sign on the dotted line. Their efforts are part of a nationwide...