Friday Afternoon Headlines: Pot Found After Smoke Clears; Strong-Armed at Bingo Hall; Ed Hale’s new soccer league; and more

0 Written by: | Friday, Oct 24, 2014 5:05pm

Man indicted after marijuana grow discovered in fire, WBAL-TV

Ed Hale’s super-sized indoor soccer league is about to debut, Baltimore Business Journal

GOP governors’ group says it will spend $500K on ads in Md. race, Washington Post

Missing Baltimore man found dead in Detroit, WBAL-TV

Baltimore man arrested in Bingo hall robbery, Baltimore Sun

O’Malley returns to NH Monday, WMUR Manchester


Friday Morning Headlines: 3 Dead in Helicopter Crash; Mistakenly Freed Murder Suspect Captured; Local White House Jumper Had Mental Health Issues, Dad Says; and more

0 Written by: | Friday, Oct 24, 2014 7:37am

3 Dead, 2 Injured in Helicopter Crash in Frederick – The Baltimore Sun

Mistakenly Freed Murder Suspect Captured – The Baltimore Sun

New Sparrows Point Owner Discusses Development – BBJ

3 Hospitals Designated for Maryland Ebola Patients – cbslocal

Father Says White House Jumper Had Mental Health Issues - cbslocal


Thursday Afternoon Headlines: Airplane, Helicopter Collide in Frederick; Meningitis at University of Maryland; BMA in NY Times; and More

0 Written by: | Thursday, Oct 23, 2014 5:15pm

Airplane, Helicopter Collide in Frederick; 3 Killed, Frederick News Post

Revitalized Baltimore Museum of Art Broadens Scope, New York Times

University of Maryland Confirms 3 Cases of Meningitis, The Diamondback

3 Orioles among finalists for Gold Glove awards, Baltimore Sun

Maryland’s Plan for handling Ebola cases, Baltimore Business Journal

One Direction Tour Coming to M&T Bank Stadium,


Food & Drink, Links

Ejji Ramen to open in Belvedere Square October 26

0 Written by: | Thursday, Oct 23, 2014 2:05pm


Last night, once again, I was a lucky girl, attending a media preview at Ejji Ramen in Belvedere Square. This has been a good week. Read More →

Culture, Featured, Links

A Linguist Explains the Baltimore Accent (and Kathy Bates)

1 Written by: | Thursday, Oct 23, 2014 10:20am


Some folks over at Vox decided they were not satisfied Kathy Bates’s Twitter announcement that she is, indeed, attempting a hardcore Highlandtown accent for her role as a bearded lady on American Horror Story. So they enlisted the help of a linguist to go deeper into this particular attempt at dialect. The answer? Baltimore, yes — but also “back vowel-fronting,” it turns out.

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Window Wonderland Comes to Harbor East

0 Written by: | Thursday, Oct 23, 2014 10:00am

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Thursday Morning Headlines: Md. to Monitor Travelers from West Africa for Ebola Symptoms; Towson University Opens Investigation Into Sex Discrimination; New White House Fence Jumper; and More

0 Written by: | Thursday, Oct 23, 2014 7:00am

Towson University opens investigation into sex discrimination over rabbi concerns – Washington Post

Maryland to monitor travelers from West Africa for Ebola symptoms as CDC increases surveillance – Baltimore Sun

Corrections employee placed on paid leave after murder suspect mistakenly released – Baltimore Sun

New film shows what happens when an environmental group targets Md. family farm – Maryland Reporter

Baltimore Receives 2 Grants To Help Those In Abusive Relationships – CBS Baltimore

New White House fence jumper; apprehended before reaching residence – Washington Post


Wednesday Afternoon Headlines: BPD Brass Charged, New Baltimore Wawa, Farmers Fined; and More

0 Written by: | Wednesday, Oct 22, 2014 5:28pm

Distracted Truck Driver Blamed for Md. Train Wreck, Explosion, Reuters

Wawa Planning Store, Station Near New Amazon Warehouse, Baltimore Business Journal

With Under Armour by Its Side, Maryland Believes Sky is Limit, ESPN

Baltimore Police Commander Charged with Theft, Baltimore Sun

At Diner, Chris Christie Buoys Larry Hogan Supporters, Washington Post

1 Dead After Tree Falls Onto Falls Road, CBS Baltimore

Md. Poultry Farms Fined for Reporting Lapses, Baltimore Sun


Wednesday Morning Headlines: Legendary Washington Post Editor Ben Bradlee; Ebola Patient at NIH in Md. Upgraded to ‘Good’ Condition; Baltimore Housing Prices Are Pushing Buyers to the Sidelines; and More

0 Written by: | Wednesday, Oct 22, 2014 7:00am

‘The heart and soul of The Post newsroom’: Tributes to legendary editor Ben Bradlee – Washington Post

Ebola patient at NIH in Maryland upgraded to ‘good’ condition – Baltimore Sun

At Johns Hopkins, Aquaponics Links Fish and Veggie Farming – Baltimore Sun

Opinion: Transportation lockbox is too easy to open, but is still worth passing – Maryland Reporter

Baltimore housing prices are pushing buyers to the sidelines – Baltimore Business Journal


Tuesday Afternoon Headlines: Ray Rice Appeal Set; Govt. Workers Disciplined Over Noose; Dunbar Coach Returns After Hazing Allegations; and More

0 Written by: | Tuesday, Oct 21, 2014 4:30pm

Ray Rice Appeal Hearing Set for Nov. 5-6, source says — Baltimore Sun

What’s Next for NcDevin’s Space in Canton — Baltimore Business Journal

Public sector growth helps Maryland add 2,800 jobs in September  — ABC2

Judge Lifts Suspension of Coach After Hazing Allegations — CBS Baltimore

Government Workers Disciplined Over Noose Incident – WBAL-TV

Baltimore Judge Takes Suspension — The Daily Record

Police Break Up $39,000 ‘Molly’ Deal in Northeast Baltimore — Baltimore Sun

5 People in Custody After Fights at Overlea High — CBS Baltimore


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