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  • Say no to Pratt Street Plaza

    Say no to Pratt Street Plaza
    The article, "A makeover for Pratt Street plaza" (April 23), proves that the general public has almost no say in what happens in their city. A New York-based company "helped develop the plans" for tearing out the McKeldin Fountain (an oasis of softly...
  • Taste of Three Cities food-truck festival expands

     Taste of Three Cities food-truck festival expands
    The organizers of the Taste of Three Cities food-truck festival have announced a major expansion for the fourth annual intra-city culinary competition. This year's edition will take place on three dates, with stops in Washington, Philadelphia and...
  • Baltimore's tipping point

    Baltimore's tipping point
    Looking back over the protests of the last week, both peaceful and violent, it is clear Baltimore has reached a crossroads. The unrest here has been the focus of intense media scrutiny, and what happens next may well determine whether the world comes to...
  • Most large yachts may now traverse Maryland waters without a bay pilot

    Most large yachts may now traverse Maryland waters without a bay pilot
    Maryland waters soon could see more large yachts under a law passed in Annapolis that is expected to be a boon for the state's marinas and tourist destinations. The law allows for pleasure boats up to 200 feet long to navigate state waters without a...
  • Concern for Baltimore inspires prayer circle at Westminster church

    Concern for Baltimore inspires prayer circle at Westminster church
    People held hands while a man softly strummed a guitar. Others closed their eyes and swayed gently to the rhythm of their prayers before the wooden cross on a hill behind Crossroads Community Church in Westminster. More than 35 people had gathered at...
  • Event planners scramble to reschedule weddings, galas in the wake of Freddie Gray's death

    Event planners scramble to reschedule weddings, galas in the wake of Freddie Gray's death
    Harford County elementary school teacher Jim Javorsky had booked the Maryland Science Center in the Inner Harbor in late 2013 in preparation for marrying the love of his life, website designer Brian Andrews. Two hundred guests, half flying in from out of...
  • In Baltimore, riots appear where urban renewal didn't

    In Baltimore, riots appear where urban renewal didn't
    Tanishia Lewis and her young children were filling trash bags in a parking lot Tuesday morning, joining others who hoped to quickly erase the scars left by rioters. But the problems in her West Baltimore neighborhood run much deeper than a night of...
  • Where are the 'jobs, jobs, jobs?'

    Where are the 'jobs, jobs, jobs?'
    I'm so glad City Council President Bernard C. "Jack" Young recognizes the many problems facing Baltimore ("Solutions, not excuses, for Baltimore post Freddie Gray," April 30). These past days have been traumatic and have placed our city in an ugly...
  • Six officers charged in death of Freddie Gray

    Six officers charged in death of Freddie Gray
    The six Baltimore police officers involved in the arrest of Freddie Gray – who died after being injured in police custody – have been charged criminally, State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby announced Friday. Mosby's announcement on the steps of...
  • The Baltimore I knew, and still love

    The Baltimore I knew, and still love
    When my husband and I lived in Baltimore, we often left our back door unlocked. The people who bought the house after us left the door unlocked, too. I know because when I went back to visit a neighbor, she opened the gate that adjoined the back...
  • Observations after curfew: Arrests in East Baltimore, but downtown, Mount Vernon appear empty of police

    Observations after curfew: Arrests in East Baltimore, but downtown, Mount Vernon appear empty of police
    It was a few minutes after 10 p.m. Thursday night, when curfew went into effect across Baltimore, but bells near City Hall started to ring, marking the change of the hour. Earlier tweets showed Joseph Kent, the Morgan State advocate who was arrested...