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Baltimore's Mayor Catherine Pugh decisively removes four confederate statues overnight

Following a vote by the Baltimore City Council, Mayor Catherine Pugh had four confederate statues removed from landscape overnight.

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Super and plus-size model, Liris Crosse is part of Project Runway history once again.

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The remarkable history in your cereal bowl

This morning, more than 350 million people devoured a bowl of Kellogg's Corn Flakes.

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New York Post: Trump 'badly missed the mark' on Charlottesville

One of President Trump's favorite news sources is calling him out for failing to condemn white supremacists.

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Shonda Rhimes is leaving ABC for Netflix

Shonda Rhimes, one of the best-known producers in television, is making the leap from ABC to Netflix. And the timing could not be more significant.

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133% leap in children admitted to ER for marijuana, study finds

As attitudes about marijuana shift around the world, researchers are warning parents that it's risky to keep it around children, especially those who are too young to know what it is.

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Film Review: Detroit

“Detroit” tells a story of racial injustice and police brutality, based on fact, which is easy enough to believe and has parallels with today's problems with police criminality and impunity.

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All African American 231st Transportation Truck Battalion Celebrates 67th Anniversary

The Veterans of the 231st Transportation Truck Battalion will celebrate their 67th Anniversary of being ordered to active duty by the Maryland National Guard on August 18, 1950 to support the Korean War, by attending church service at the Open Bible House of Prayers Baptist Church located at 3814 Gwynn Oak Avenue in Baltimore on Sunday, August 20, 2017. The Pastor is Rev. Seawall Smith.

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Upward Bound: Preparing high school students for college

After six-weeks of intensive sessions and college level coursework, 49 Baltimore County high school students graduated from the Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC) Upward Bound program on July 26, 2017 in hopes of matriculating into college.

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President Obama’s Policies Still Drive Economic Growth

In May of 2017, the black unemployment rate hit its lowest level in 17 years: 7.5 percent.

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Get to the root of the problem

Organizers and participants of the Cease Fire movement to stop the killings in Baltimore earned my respect. Although their energies were misplaced, I am sorry to say.

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What we blacks need to do:

Parents’ Back to School Responsibilities

Problems: Some parents never meet their children’s teachers, attend PTA meetings, monitor homework assignments, discuss report cards or monitor what their children wear to school.

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Life in Baltimore: A look at the crisis in black education, Part II

This is Part II of a three part series about the current crisis in black education

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Ravens RB Buck Allen looks to rebound after frustrating season

Baltimore Ravens third-year running back Buck Allen has experienced a roller coaster during his first two years in the NFL. He entered the league as a third round draft pick with high hopes.

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Vital Records is warning consumers about phone scam targeting misdialers

Double-check number when dialing, report fraud if you have been a victim

The Department’s Division of Vital Records, which provides birth certificates and death certificates to Marylanders and tabulates helpful categories of public health data, is warning residents of a phone scam that preys on callers who think they have called the division to obtain vital records.

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Retired major leaguer still enjoying 'game' as Astros scout

Hank Allen is also known as a skilled horse trainer in Maryland’s thoroughbred racing arena.

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Rambling Rose: Concerts and Shows in Baltimore

Concert and Shows in Baltimore

Hello fans and friends! So far the summer has been exciting and fun but it’s not over yet!

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‘For Better or Worse’ Dinner Theater returns for encore performances

Romantic Comedy Performances are scheduled for Saturday, August 26 and Sunday August 27, 2017 at OGOT

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Facebook steps up fake news fight with 'Related Articles'

Facebook is continuing its quest to crack down on fake news.

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This restaurant requires a $293 ticket

Sweet and creamy green-garlic panna cotta with salty and grainy sea urchin on top. Tender spot prawns complemented by flecks of melon and cucumber that curls like a snake. Fresh oysters so pickled they make you squint and pucker, served with freshly grated wasabi.


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