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  • Dogs at restaurants and the commenters who HATE them

     
    Here is Jill Rosen's story about a bill making its way through the Maryland General Assembly bill that would allow dogs to hang out at restaurants -- on patios, sidewalks -- not inside. There's a (sporadically enforced) law against having...
  • In Maryland attorney general's race, look past name

    In Maryland attorney general's race, look past name
    When you think about it, name recognition in business and politics is really a double-edged sword. If the name is golden, or even brass-plated, it can open doors and take you places. But a widely recognized name can also cause people to question you...

    Wondering aloud: thoughts on religion and politics, energy and athletics

    Some things I've been wondering about: Do nervous Mitt Romney supporters remember then-Sen. Hillary Clinton thumping then-Sen. Barack Obama in three major primary states just prior to Obama declaring victory in the 2008 Democratic primaries? Does the...

    New state budget: Big boost in TV, film incentives

     
    The new state budget has some good news for the local TV and film industry -- $7.5 million in incentives, more than seven times the money that was available last year to bring filmmakers to Maryland.And it will arrive in time so that it could make a...

    Colleges prepare people for life [Commentary]

    Colleges prepare people for life [Commentary]
    A recent New York Times illustration read, "COLLEGE IS FOR SUCKERS." The words were emblazoned across the sweatshirts of four students, and the accompanying article made essentially that point. It echoed an increasingly common refrain that college is...