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  • Maxie's in Charles Village loses liquor license for six weeks

    Maxie's in Charles Village loses liquor license for six weeks
    Maxie's Pizza Bar & Grille of Charles Village has had its liquor license suspended for six weeks and agreed to pay $8,000 in fines for serving alcohol to minors on two occasions this past fall. A plea deal previously agreed upon by Thomas Akras, the...
  • O'Malley to join Johns Hopkins staff when term ends

    O'Malley to join Johns Hopkins staff when term ends
    Outgoing Governor Martin O'Malley will become a visiting professor at Johns Hopkins' Carey Business School beginning Feb. 2, school officials said. The two-term governor, whose tenure in office ends next week, will focus on government, business and...
  • Preventing falls in seniors an ongoing effort

    Preventing falls in seniors an ongoing effort
    A trip on the carpet, a tumble on the stairs or a plunge from a hospital bed — all are common among the nation's seniors, and send millions to the hospital. Yet, though the problem is well known in geriatric circles, and preventive steps such as...
  • Studies show link between hearing loss, mental decline

     Studies show link between hearing loss, mental decline
    Hearing loss is so common that it's long been considered a normal part of the aging process and no great cause for alarm. But studies from Johns Hopkins University have found links between hearing loss, cognitive decline and dementia. That means that it...
  • Security threat at Baltimore police station raises questions about public access

    Security threat at Baltimore police station raises questions about public access
    The recent security breach at a Baltimore Police station — the second incident in five months — is raising questions about whether the city strikes the right balance between making such buildings accessible and protecting those inside. On...
  • Study: Pop music helps ease post-surgery pain for children

    To help children recover from surgery, a dose of "Diamonds" or "Shake It Off" could do the trick, according to a recent study. Research from Northwestern University and Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago asserts that listening to music and...
  • Marylanders' data exposed in scores of hacks

    Marylanders' data exposed in scores of hacks
    It was a typical winter morning on the Twitter feed of Eastern Shore television station WBOC: a stream of messages about snowfall and a reminder to download the station's weather app for the latest updates. Then the Cyber Caliphate arrived. Just after...
  • What's next for O'Malley?

    What's next for O'Malley?
    As Gov. Martin O'Malley turns over the reins of power Wednesday to a leader who won by criticizing his tenure, the big question for the outgoing governor is whether his political career will continue. In the short term, O'Malley will deliver paid...
  • Think differently to avoid choking under pressure

    Think differently to avoid choking under pressure
    With less than a minute left on the clock and his team down by two points, the Baltimore Ravens' Matt Stover jogged onto the field and kicked a 52-yard field goal, icing the game against the Cleveland Browns and securing first place for his team. It was...
  • Looking back on the efforts of Central Baltimore's key supporter

    On a recent cold night, I stepped inside Liam Flynn's Ale House in the North Avenue Market building. I was curious about the jazz guitarists on the bill. Their playing was charming, but I was more amazed by the audience. Many patrons there that night...
  • Edgar Allan Poe has haunted John Astin all his life

    Edgar Allan Poe has haunted John Astin all his life
    A hero of the macabre since his days playing patriarch Gomez on "The Addams Family," Baltimore native John Astin has long been a devotee of Edgar Allan Poe. For nearly a decade, he toured the U.S. with his one-man show devoted to Poe. And since...