National media once again descended on Baltimore on Tuesday for a hearing leading up to the trial of the officers accused in the death of Freddie Gray. The officers’ attorneys filed motions arguing that statements made by five of the police were not admissible in court. But at the end of the day, no changes were made. Read More →
Tuesday Afternoon Headlines: Officers’ Statements Admissible in Freddie Gray Case; Anti-Semitic Postings at Towson U; and More
Stabbings prompt inquiry into possible college tensions — CBS Baltimore
Student stabbed in South Baltimore — WBAL-TV
New spaces for artists to live is coming in the Station North area. Construction officially started on a second City Arts building with a groundbreaking on Tuesday. Read More →
The Paradox, which was a home of Baltimore club, is set to close after 25 years. Read More →
Harbor East Management Group announced today that men’s retailer Brooks Brothers will open its doors in the Harbor East downtown neighborhood. The store, which calls itself “America’s Original Clothier,” will move in where City Sports used to be at 809 Aliceanna Street. Brooks Brothers joins J.Crew, Anthropologie, Madewell, Under Armour Brand House, lululemon athletica and many more at Harbor East.
Hot House: 1200 Copper Hill Road, Baltimore County, Maryland 21209
Photographs by Whitney Wasson Photography
Mid-century, contemporary style home designed in 1959 by modernist architect John Black Lee, well-maintained and in original condition. Redwood exterior with glass front and recent rubber roof, 4 bedrooms and 2.5 baths over 3,540 sq. ft. Hardwood floors, 9′ ceilings, plaster walls, three wood burning fireplaces, extensive built-in cabinetry, skylights. Master suite with his/hers dressing rooms. Central air, whole house generator, unfinished basement, stone terrace, secluded wooded park setting. Includes architect’s original plans for garage: $695,000 Read More →
Former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley has been polling dismally in his bid for the Democratic presidential nomination. Tonight’s debate is his opportunity to introduce himself to voters and establish himself as the (other) progressive alternative to front-runner Hillary Clinton. It’s going to be harder than it sounds. Read More →
Red Sammy channels bad seeds and misdeeds, music legends, and the ghost of Flannery O’Connor.
Imagine if Steve Earle were to hit the road from Tennessee and the ghost of Lou Reed were to drive down from New York—and the two cross paths in Baltimore—then Red Sammy’s haunting alt-Americana album Creeps and Cheaters has arrived. Also haunting this album is Lynyrd Skynyrd. And Flannery O’Connor. Read More →
As the University of Maryland begins the search for a new football coach, there’s fresh evidence that the Terps are looking to follow the model that Oregon and Nike established out west. Read More →
It happens to the best of us: You’re late to work, and you don’t have change for the toll booth. Or you realize you’re in the EZ Pass lane — with no EZ Pass on your car. It’s okay, I don’t blame you. We’re all toll-paying scofflaws sometimes. Read More →
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