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  • Fashion trucks crisscross Anne Arundel County and beyond

    Fashion trucks crisscross Anne Arundel County and beyond
    Laura Layton has put hundreds of miles on the odometer of her used 1997 Chevrolet step van — all in the name of fashion. Layton, one of three mobile fashion truck owners in Anne Arundel County, sells fair trade Bohemian dresses and locally crafted...
  • Street performers drum up noise complaints

    Street performers drum up noise complaints
    Jerry McQueen lives in Sherman Oaks, but he was in downtown Burbank enjoying a bite to eat Monday while watching Carla Buffa sing and play guitar at a spot he recommended at the corner of San Fernando Boulevard and Palm Court — the pedestrian area...
  • Verizon/AOL deal means more opportunity, competition for Baltimore 'ad tech hub'

    Verizon/AOL deal means more opportunity, competition for Baltimore 'ad tech hub'
    A decade ago, a pair of Baltimore brothers turned technology placing ads within an Internet video game into a $435 million windfall in selling Advertising.com. Ten years later, the same Baltimore-based technology is central to a deal worth 10 times more....
  • Gag order request in Freddie Gray case shows prosecutor's misunderstanding

    Gag order request in Freddie Gray case shows prosecutor's misunderstanding
    The searing spotlight of media scrutiny fell upon a Maryland state's attorney, a rising star in Democratic politics. After a high-profile beating death, the young prosecutor convened a news conference to announce murder charges, detail the evidence and...
  • Sean Woods, the man who's helping make L.A. a park place

    Sean Woods, the man who's helping make L.A. a park place
    The city of Los Angeles devotes a sorry 10% of its space to parks, and if it weren't for honking-big Griffith Park, that figure would be 25% worse. Happily for Angelenos, the state of California nearly doubles the city's figures with its $150-million...
  • Business Events: How to buy a business

    Business Events: How to buy a business
      May 26 Buying a Business, 5:30-8:30 p.m., Nova Southeastern University, 3301 College Ave., Carl Desantis Building, Room 1053, Davie. Broward SCORE workshop. $30-$40. browardscore.org. 954-356-7263. May 28 Weston Disaster Preparedness Symposium,...
  • Who is a journalist?

    My first job in journalism was as a copyboy at the NBC News Bureau in Washington, D.C. In my early 20s, I asked Bill Corrigan, the newsroom manager, "What must I do to get on the air?" He replied, "Get a college degree and a minimum of five years...
  • The 'Hollywood Circuit' hands a win to filmmakers over actors

    The 'Hollywood Circuit' hands a win to filmmakers over actors
    The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals backed away from the controversial copyright-law ruling that then-Chief Judge Alex Kozinski had authored last year, finding that an actress in a notorious movie about the Muslim prophet Muhammad did not hold a copyright...
  • Mary Lee, great white shark cruising East Coast, becomes Twitter star

    Mary Lee, great white shark cruising East Coast, becomes Twitter star
    They're gonna need a bigger Twitter. An organization studying great white sharks is enjoying some welcome attention after one of the creatures they've been monitoring, Mary Lee, started gaining a loyal social media following. @MaryLeeShark is the fake...
  • 2016 Chevrolet Camaro is leaner and meaner

    2016 Chevrolet Camaro is leaner and meaner
    Chevrolet has launched the sixth generation of its Camaro sports coupe, a counterpunch to Ford's all-new Mustang. The two Detroit giants have been waging the pony car wars since the 1960s, and the battle remains just as fierce today. Their sales run...
  • Guitar solos are getting the ax in country music songs

     Guitar solos are getting the ax in country music songs
    There's a disturbing new trend in country music: Producers are cutting out instrumental sections to make the songs fit certain broadcast formats. In a recent article in Billboard, country superstar Brad Paisley explained that “on country radio,...