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  • Newspapers place bets on a regional strategy

    The Los Angeles Times and U-T San Diego will soon share an owner, in a bet that they can usher in a new era of newspapering in Southern California built on geographic strength in numbers. Combining newspapers in adjacent regions has become the...
  • Online marketer Jellyfish helps advertisers turn Google searches to sales

    Online marketer Jellyfish helps advertisers turn Google searches to sales
    Every time you search Google for a business or product and click on a result, the marketers are watching. Companies bid for spots at the top of the page when consumers search for general terms or even competitors' names. And they closely track where...
  • Court backs broadcasters, clears way for FCC review of AT&T-DirecTV merger

    Court backs broadcasters, clears way for FCC review of AT&T-DirecTV merger
    The pace of the Federal Communications Commission's review of AT&T's proposed takeover of satellite television giant DirecTV should soon accelerate. On Friday, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit issued a long-anticipated ruling in a...
  • New Gloucester restaurant caters to BBQ lovers

    New Gloucester restaurant caters to BBQ lovers
    Scoot's BBQ in Gloucester Point didn't have to plan a big grand opening or anything. The word is out — and the orders keep on coming. The 70-seat restaurant opened quietly in the former Sweet Madeleine's building at Route 17 and Tidemill Road on...
  • Son of 'Serial' subject's lawyer defends mother

    Son of 'Serial' subject's lawyer defends mother
    Roberto Gutierrez first heard about "Serial" from a friend who told him about the captivating podcast that raised questions about a 15-year-old murder case in his hometown and someone even closer to him — his late mother. He tuned in to the series...
  • Best Coast finds another, higher place with 'California Nights'

    Best Coast finds another, higher place with 'California Nights'
    Anyone eager to see Best Coast over the last few months would have done well to look somewhere small. In February, days after revealing that it had completed an album, the Los Angeles-based guitar-pop band played at a number of cozy spots around...
  • Ring Posts: WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross talks about Baltimore, his upcoming show at Rams Head Live!

    Ring Posts: WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross talks about Baltimore, his upcoming show at Rams Head Live!
    I had the privilege of talking to legendary wrestling broadcaster and WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross this week, before he comes to Baltimore for his “Ringside” one-man show and Q&A at Rams Head Live! on May 16. Tickets are still available. We...
  • Bangor High School Students suspended for calling out students wearing Chick-fil-A shirts during LGBT event

    Bangor High School Students suspended for calling out students wearing Chick-fil-A shirts during LGBT event
    Bangor Area High School suspended a group of students for using Twitter during school hours to call out two students wearing Chick-fil-A shirts during a Gay-Straight Alliance event, parents and students said. The suspended students felt the T-shirts...
  • After #MayPac, the real threat Periscope poses to the TV industry

    After #MayPac, the real threat Periscope poses to the TV industry
    The Interwebs have been buzzing this week about the devastation that Periscope and other live-streaming apps might soon wreak on the entertainment industry. The panic stems from the widespread use of Periscope, Meerkat and the like to watch the much-hyped...
  • Crown Point to welcome statues in public art project

    Crown Point to welcome statues in public art project
    Twelve life-size bronze statues will appear in spots around the city this summer thanks to a public art project partnership between the Redevelopment Commission and some local businesses. The Board of Public Works and Safety authorized entering into a...
  • Orioles and sponsors look to ride 2014 success into a new season

    Orioles and sponsors look to ride 2014 success into a new season
    When Cal Renner and his friends started making T-shirts five years ago to celebrate their favorite Orioles players, they didn't have much competition. Their principal clientele were what he called "Orioles hipsters" — those fans who were unfazed...