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  • Dragon-boating requires more technique than brawn

    Dragon-boating requires more technique than brawn
    The oldest member of the Baltimore Dragon Boat Club has one piece of advice for people who want to compete as paddlers in 500-meter races at the age of 80: "Don't stop." Ado Valge, a retired engineer from Bowie, was on hand Sunday morning, as 10...
  • Heavy rains in Baltimore region lead to widespread flooding

    Heavy rains in Baltimore region lead to widespread flooding
    More than three inches of rain fell Saturday, making for the wettest June 27 on record in Baltimore and causing widespread flooding that closed roads, swamped cars and stranded motorists. Amid the heavy rain, one person died in a boating accident in...
  • Our say: Much of City Dock's potential still wasted

    Our say: Much of City Dock's potential still wasted
    The top priority underlined by our recent Visions of Annapolis series was obvious: flood control to keep downtown's nose above water. The second is a challenge faced by all communities: making intelligent use of resources. One of Annapolis' prime...
  • Hangover Helper: Weekends often bring long lines to Miss Shirley's, but it's worth the wait

    Hangover Helper: Weekends often bring long lines to Miss Shirley's, but it's worth the wait
    With the promise of a day off work on Friday, we couldn't help but start the weekend early with some Thursday night bar-hopping. Knowing that even our late-night sushi wasn't going to ward off the full effects of the fermented grape juice coursing through...
  • What's happening: Key events in greater Annapolis, Baltimore, D.C., Eastern Shore and at the ocean beaches

    What's happening: Key events in greater Annapolis, Baltimore, D.C., Eastern Shore and at the ocean beaches
    City Annapolis, Second Street at Back Creek, Eastport. •Tours of the Thomas Point Shoal Lighthouse, the last screwpile lighthouse on the Chesapeake Bay still in its original location, will be held at 9 a.m. and again at 11:30 a.m. on Sunday, July...
  • Md. African American history museum celebrates 10 years

    The Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture is celebrating its 10th anniversary. The Baltimore museum which was founded on June 25, 2005, says it will celebrate its anniversary Thursday with a free open house and cake...
  • Six pulled from historic ship in Pasadena during Tuesday's storm

    Six pulled from historic ship in Pasadena during Tuesday's storm
    Six people were pulled from an historic ship in the Patapsco River Tuesday evening as howling winds and heavy rain pounded the area. The 104-foot Lady Maryland had been out on a training sail on the Chesapeake Bay and was heading back to the Inner...
  • Foraging for Flavor: Tsunami ready to break the mold once again

    Foraging for Flavor: Tsunami ready to break the mold once again
    When Tsunami Sushi Bar and Lounge opened in 1998, West Street was not the bustling, cosmopolitan street that it is today. The restaurant, which is located near the corner of West and Calvert, marked the outer-reaches of gentrified downtown and entry to...
  • Woman jumps to her death in Baltimore, infant son also dead

    Police in Baltimore say a woman has died after jumping from a parking garage. Her 5-month-old son found in her car is also dead. Officers were called to a downtown parking garage about two blocks from the Inner Harbor around 8 p.m. Tuesday for a report...
  • Terps coach Mark Turgeon confident Dez Wells will be second-round pick in NBA draft

    Terps coach Mark Turgeon confident Dez Wells will be second-round pick in NBA draft
    Maryland men's basketball coach Mark Turgeon said it's still too early to figure out where Dez Wells might go if selected in the NBA draft June 25, but he seems confident that his former star guard will be be picked in the second round. "On the...
  • Propaganda kitsch in the Baltimore Police Department's graphic design

    Propaganda kitsch in the Baltimore Police Department's graphic design
    Whether or not they know it, the Baltimore Police Department has been teetering toward a net art aesthetic on social media lately. To say that we're "into it" might be too strong, but our curiosity was piqued by images posted on Twitter and Instagram on...