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  • Mold displaces Orlando Ballet from home

     Mold displaces Orlando Ballet from home
    Mold has caused the Orlando Ballet to vacate its home at the Dr. Phillips Center for Performing Arts north of downtown, along with two smaller arts groups that share the building. The ballet shares the building, a former Orlando Utilities Commission...
  • End automatic youth transfers to adult system

    End automatic youth transfers to adult system
    Between Jan. 1, 2009, and Dec. 31, 2011, not one youth under the age of 18 in Baltimore City got to vote in a local election, join the military or rent a car; however, 907 were charged and held as adults by our criminal justice system. Currently, in...
  • Judge strikes down stadium lease for UCLA baseball on VA campus

    Judge strikes down stadium lease for UCLA baseball on VA campus
    A federal judge ruled Thursday the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs misused its sprawling West Los Angeles campus by leasing land for a hotel laundry, a film studio storage lot and UCLA's baseball stadium, but stopped short of ordering the tenants...
  • New chapter for Annapolis' Market House

    New chapter for Annapolis' Market House
    It was midday in downtown Annapolis, the aromas of falafel, grilled hot dogs and Chincoteague oysters filled the air, and as A.J. Lipchak eyed the customers lined up at the brand-new lunch counters all around him, he seemed almost unable to believe his...
  • Rotunda redevelopment begins in Hampden

    "Well, this is day one," said Ray Nowowieski, general superintendent for Bozzuto Construction Co., wearing his hard hat and surveying the phase 1 work already under way as redevelopment of the Rotunda mall began. Baltimore City Councilwoman Mary Pat...
  • Landlord accused of secretly videotaping naked tenant

    Landlord accused of secretly videotaping naked tenant
    This is what you get for paying $350-a-month rent in Tamarac: Bedroom, cable, use of kitchen and laundry room -- plus your creepy landlord secretly videotaping you when you're naked, reports the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. And you also apparently get...
  • Big changes are coming to conventional office buildings

    Big changes are coming to conventional office buildings
    With the lines between our work lives and personal time blurring as new technology unchains us from our desks, the notion of what a desirable office looks like is also changing. Corporate America is moving away from conventional layouts where an...
  • Point man on harbor development confronts controversy

    Point man on harbor development confronts controversy
    When developer Michael Beatty comes home from a hard day of reshaping the city's skyline, first with Harbor East and now with its neighbor, Harbor Point, he relaxes by cooking. "I love seeing projects through, but they take so long to get done,"...
  • Tenants could be forced relocate with proposed apartment complex, Whole Foods

    Tenants could be forced relocate with proposed apartment complex, Whole Foods
    Burbank resident Allison Riccardi would love to find a bigger place to live. Her 17-year-old daughter sleeps on a mattress in the dining room behind a black sheet pinned to the ceiling, while her 2-year-old son shares a room with her and her husband...
  • Annapolis mayor 'walks the plank'

    Annapolis mayor 'walks the plank'
    Former Annapolis Police Chief Joseph Johnson and children wielding plastic pirate swords made sure Annapolis Mayor Josh Cohen fulfilled a promise Saturday morning. The police-and-pirate crew rounded up the mayor and marched to a faux pirate ship,...
  • 'Lower Westside' booms with new homes, creative firms, entertainment

    'Lower Westside' booms with new homes, creative firms, entertainment
    In an area that Los Angeles real estate brokers have dubbed "the lower Westside," the rush is on to fill in the once-sparsely developed land north of LAX and southeast of Marina del Rey with new residences, retail outlets and creative businesses. Big-...