Decades-old plans to put an interstate through the center of Baltimore were a topic of conversation at the White House Wednesday, but there wasn’t a threat this time. Barbara Mikulski received the highest honor a civilian can get from President Barack Obama. Read More →
He’s not polling as well as retired Hopkins neurosurgeon Ben Carson (or even former mayor Martin O’Malley), but he’s a conversation-starting presidential hopeful who made his name in Baltimore, that name being Vermin Supreme. Read More →
Maryland can’t claim the fleet-fingered 14-year-old named Lucas Etter. But when he broke a world record, we’re glad he did it here. Read More →
There’s a new editor-in-chief at Baltimore Style magazine and it’s our own Betsy Boyd. Writer, teacher, mother (of toddler twins!), Betsy, 42, was recently named to head up the magazine after working there as freelance senior editor for the past year. Her first issue will come in January. She’ll continue with the Baltimore Fishbowl as literary editor.
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Calling it “one of the most innovative approaches to education that I have seen in some time,” Gov. Larry Hogan announced Monday that he wants Maryland to partner with IBM to open four hybrid high school-early college vocational programs in the state, two of which would operate in Baltimore City. Read More →
The new leader of Baltimore’s one-year-old casino has seen how gambling is done in places that are famous for gambling. Read More →
The Baltimore Ravens’ last-minute 16-13 win over the St. Louis Rams on Sunday was the definition of a Pyrrhic victory. The game saw quarterback Joe Flacco tear his ACL and running back Justin Forsett break his arm. Both of them are now out for the season. Read More →
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