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  • Hot Property: Inner Harbor penthouse

    At almost 3,000 square feet, this Inner Harbor penthouse isn’t huge, but the city views go on for miles. Originally designed by Patrick Sutton, the contemporary interior is full of clean lines and minimalist style. After all, there’s no...
  • Thursday was Baltimore's first 90-degree day of the year

    Thursday was Baltimore's first 90-degree day of the year
    Temperatures surged to 91 degrees Thursday afternoon at Baltimore's point of record, the first time they surpassed the 90-degree mark in nearly nine months. Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport reached its daily high at 3:21 p.m....
  • O'Malley's Democratic challenge is not only Clinton but Sanders too

    O'Malley's Democratic challenge is not only Clinton but Sanders too
    The campaign launch was the type Martin O’Malley long envisioned: a scenic waterfront setting, a big, enthusiastic hometown audience, and introductory speakers lauding the Democratic hopeful’s record of public service that began in the mayor&...
  • Will Baltimore's troubles handicap O'Malley's White House hopes?

    WASHINGTON Did the flames and fury that ravaged West Baltimore last month reflect the fate of former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley's likely presidential campaign? O'Malley fashions himself as a no-nonsense crime fighter, but his city has not only...
  • Recreation and outdoors calendar

    Recreation and outdoors calendar
    Golf Challenge Monday, June 1: The United States Golf Challenge, a national two-man best ball competition, will hold a local event at Suburban Golf Club. A substantial portion of the team registration fees will benefit Folds of Honor, which provides...
  • Coast Guard, Natural Resources increase enforcement at start of summer boating season

    Coast Guard, Natural Resources increase enforcement at start of summer boating season
    When the officers stopped the 20-foot teal and white Sea Ray power boat careening through Curtis Creek to check for life vests and other safety equipment, they noticed the operator smelled of alcohol and had a can of Natural Ice beer in the drink holder....
  • Day Trips from the Lehigh Valley

    Day Trips from the Lehigh Valley
    DAY TRIPPIN' •Air Show, Atlantic City, Sept. 2. $55. "Social Security," Hunterdon Hills Playhouse, Sept. 22. $73.50. Sears Retirees, 610-434-7750. •Dean Martin and Marilyn Monroe tribute, Mount Airy, buffet, June 15. $63. Barry Manilow...
  • Grand vision for a revitalized Baltimore

    Grand vision for a revitalized Baltimore
    Payments in lieu of taxes, the economic incentives given to developers for investing in taxable infrastructure that creates a public benefit, can be creatively reconstituted to help eliminate the racial and economic disparities in urban America. As a...
  • Running calendar: Anne Arundel County and Maryland racing events

    Running calendar: Anne Arundel County and Maryland racing events
    COUNTY RACES May 30, 8 a.m. – Color Your Heart 5K Fun Run (non-competitive, but with color "stations")/Kinder Farm Park. Information: Baltimore-Washington Medical Center 410-787-4000 or mybwmc.org/5K May 30, 7 a.m. – Zooma Half Marathon...
  • Fair housing — a job not done 56 years later

    Fair housing — a job not done 56 years later
    Thursday, May 28 marks the 56th Annual Meeting of Baltimore Neighborhoods, Inc. (BNI), one of the oldest fair housing agencies in the nation. The event will be highlighted by a keynote address from Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh. BNI has been...
  • Reisterstown library, staff going green

    The Reisterstown branch of the Baltimore County Public Library is going green. The branch is currently working on a number of projects for the coming months aimed at increasing environmental awareness, both at the library and within the community....