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  • Emanuel gets protest curbs, spending power

    Emanuel gets protest curbs, spending power
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel easily won approval Wednesday for two measures that will tighten parade rules, increase fines for violating the restrictions and give him unfettered power to spend money on two international summits coming to Chicago in May. Only a...
  • 'Occupy' beats another retreat to Red Emma's

    I can't understand all of the press given to the local Occupy movement ("Baltimore officials kept watch on Occupy protest," Jan. 18). The only thing they have accomplished is that when the TV lights go out, they return to Red Emma's and congratulate one...
  • 'Occupy is still alive and kicking'

     'Occupy is still alive and kicking'
    SANTA ANA — Occupy Orange County took a different turn Friday for the two-year anniversary of theU.S. Supreme Courtruling involving Citizens United. They went for laughs. Still, the day in downtown Santa Ana was all about raising awareness of...
  • Five groups vie to run city rec centers

    Five groups submitted bids to manage Baltimore recreation centers Wednesday, including two groups that would charge significant monthly fees for after-school programs that have traditionally been free. The bids mark the beginning of the second phase...
  • Occupy protesters defy ban on tents

    Occupy protesters defy ban on tents
    SAN DIEGO -- Members of Occupy San Diego set up about 25 tents in Civic Center Plaza Monday, but it was a far cry from a return to the tent city days of past weeks. Numerous tents were set up throughout the plaza after the Occupy San Diego movement...
  • Mailbag: Player banged out a path for women

    I got a kick out of Joanna Clay's article regarding the newly turned 99-year-old woman who once played the drums during the second World War ("Still jazzing it up," Nov. 27). Marie Kolasinski, 90, threw a birthday party for her cousin Viola Smith, the...
  • Eviction pushes Occupy protesters in new directions

    Eviction pushes Occupy protesters in new directions
    Within hours of the dismantling of the largest of the remaining Occupy Wall Street-inspired encampments outside Los Angeles City Hall, organizers were framing the eviction as a new beginning. "City Hall and the occupation of City Hall was a potent and...
  • To clear Occupy camp, LAPD uses new tactics

    To clear Occupy camp, LAPD uses new tactics
    When the end came, it came swiftly and with the shock of an overwhelming force. Hundreds of police officers in riot gear swarmed out of Los Angeles City Hall early Wednesday, batons across their chests, surprising and engulfing the Occupy L.A. protesters...
  • Is it time to take the 'occupy' out of Occupy Baltimore?

    Is it time to take the 'occupy' out of Occupy Baltimore?
    The city has once again denied Occupy Baltimore's request for a permit that would formally sanction the 24/7 campsite the group has erected on McKeldin Square in the Inner Harbor. The protesters had wanted to have up to 300 people stay there until April....
  • More than 200 Occupy L.A. protesters remain in jail

    More than 200 Occupy L.A. protesters remain in jail
    More than 200 people arrested during the Occupy L.A. sweep remained in jail Thursday night, drawing protests from civil right attorneys who said many may not face charges and should be freed immediately. As the total of nearly 300 arrestees began...
  • If the Occupy protesters are poor, it's their own fault

    After many weeks of looking at and listening to the Occupy Baltimore protesters, it has become clear why the income disparities they are complaining about exist. Dave Reich, Perry Hall