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Monday Morning Headlines: Summer Programs Canceled Due to Heat; DeRay Mckesson Was Vetted as a Potential DNC Surrogate; Orioles Sweep Indians; and More

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State Asks Marylanders to Take Challenge And ‘Buy Local’ For A Week – CBS Baltimore

Gov. Hogan ‘Hair BobbleHead’ Winner of Bowie Baysox’s ‘Bobblection’ – CBS Baltimore

WikiLeaks emails reveal DeRay Mckesson was vetted as a potential DNC surrogate – Baltimore Sun

Reimold’s walk-off home run lifts Orioles to 5-3 win and sweep of Indians – Baltimore Sun

Heat forces cancellation of city school summer programs – WBAL

Internal Affairs investigations underway for three Baltimore police officers in Freddie Gray case – Baltimore Sun

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Friday Afternoon Headlines: Heat Wave Continues This Weekend; Dems Criticize Trump Speech; Maryland Gains 9,800 Jobs; and More

0 Written by: | Friday, Jul 22, 2016 5:48pm

Maryland Democrats criticize Trump’s speech, which mentioned violence in Baltimore — Baltimore Sun

Lawmaker says he should have revealed ties to pot industry — CBS Baltimore

Temperatures will be in 90s all weekend, feel even hotter — WBAL

Maryland gained 9,800 job in June — BBJ

Adjacent Southwest Baltimore rowhouses collapse Thursday, displacing families — Fox Baltimore

Maryland PSC rejects BGE microgrid proposal — UtilityDive

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GLCCB Plans Move to Charles Village

0 Written by: | Friday, Jul 22, 2016 4:42pm

glccbWith Baltimore Pride festivities underway, one of the local LGBT community’s primary groups announced a “new chapter.” Read More →

Featured, Food & Drink

Hot Plate: Make Way for The Elephant, Wet City Opens in Mt. Vernon

0 Written by: | Friday, Jul 22, 2016 4:11pm

elephantBring on the heat wave. The temperatures are rising – and Baltimore’s restaurant scene is hot this week, too, with openings and announcements, plus a handful of fun, engaging events around town. Read More →

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Artscape

0 Written by: | Friday, Jul 22, 2016 4:00pm

Visionary

Featured, Lifeline

Two Bulls Briefly Tasted Freedom in West Baltimore

0 Written by: | Friday, Jul 22, 2016 3:56pm

A bull, not in West Baltimore

A bull, not in West Baltimore

This isn’t a rerun. Baltimore awoke to news that bulls were on the loose in Baltimore on Friday morning. Read More →

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Culture, Featured

Baltimore Tattoo Museum Goes More Than Skin-Deep

0 Written by: | Friday, Jul 22, 2016 2:04pm

baltimore-tattoo-museumThis summer, Lauren Eller is visiting some of Baltimore’s neighborhood-level museums. Like the communities they are located, these museums have a strong, colorful identity all their own Each deserves a closer look, for though they may be off the beaten track, the history held within is both harrowing and fascinating in equal turns.

The Baltimore Tattoo Museum, nestled in historic Fells Point, is a place that seeks to share the story of the tattoo. Since the late 19th century, this combination of tattoo studio and museum has preserved the rich history of the inky artform. Read More →

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Baltimore County Addresses Widespread Corruption at Recreation Centers

3 Written by: | Friday, Jul 22, 2016 2:00pm

Embezzlement

Oleg Fastovsky is an attorney with the Maryland Criminal Defense Group, representing clients who have been charged with a wide array of criminal offenses.

We all know that people can engage in nefarious activity when they are left to their own devices. We learned it from the financial crisis. Read More →

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SUNDAY OPEN HOUSES FROM THE AGENTS OF LONG AND FOSTER LAKE ROLAND – JULY 24

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Real Estate & Home

Harbor Point Apartments Filling Up

0 Written by: | Friday, Jul 22, 2016 12:30pm

 

Beatty and mayor

Developer Michael Beatty and Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake at the grand opening of No. 1305 Dock Street.

Sixty-two percent of the residences have been leased in Harbor Point’s first apartment project, No. 1305 Dock Street.

Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and developer Michael Beatty popped two “champagne” bottles that sprayed confetti over a crowd that gathered yesterday for the grand opening.

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