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  • The Fight for Freddie Gray: Dispatches from last week's protests

    The Fight for Freddie Gray: Dispatches from last week's protests
    “All night, all day, we will fight for Freddie Gray.” Freddie Gray died on Sunday, April 19, a week after police took him into custody in Sandtown-Winchester’s Gilmor Homes. As news spread throughout the neighborhood and the city, various groups and individuals organized protests, marches, and vigils. They spoke of police brutality, of economic injustice, and of racism. Freddie Gray became not just a man who was killed in police custody, but a symbol of all of the injustice endured by African-Americans in poor, drug-ravaged Baltimore. City Paper reporters were on the streets throughout. Here are our dispatches.
  • Vend Natural meets demand for quick, healthy snacks

    Vend Natural meets demand for quick, healthy snacks
    Consumers are snacking a lot more frequently than they did decades ago, but they've also become more health-conscious. Both trends are fueling sustained growth for an Annapolis-based operator of natural and organic snack vending machines, says the...

    Roland Park a jewel for House and Garden Pilgrimage

    It's coming! It's coming! The 78th annual Maryland House and Garden Pilgrimage (MHGP) features Roland Park again this year. Roland Park joins communities throughout the state including those in Washington, Anne Arundel, St. Mary's and Dorchester counties....

    The cost of cutting the AP Summer Academy

    The Baltimore City school system's proposal to eliminate the Advanced Placement Summer Academy, the city's only summer enrichment program for academically advanced students, will reportedly trim $99,000 from the budget as part of an overhaul of the school...

    NCAA Tournament is pure March Madness for all the wrong reasons

    NCAA Tournament is pure March Madness for all the wrong reasons
    Joey Ptasinski didn't enjoy the 200-mile trip to American last month. The Lafayette shooting guard didn't like missing six of the nine 3-pointers he took during that game and hates losing. But what made the trek to Washington, D.C. unfavorable was that...