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End of an Era for Ravens GM Ozzie Newsome

Baltimore Ravens GM Ozzie Newsome will step down after the 2018 NFL Season

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Baltimore Bass Clarinetist Todd Marcus to perform at Center Stage

Baltimore-based Todd Marcus is one of the most prominent, renowned bass clarinetists in the world. As one of only a few players who solely focuses on the instrument, Marcus has carved out a unique sound, which thrusts his bass clarinet virtuosity into the realm of modern, straight ahead jazz.

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Baltimore Native Takes ‘Leap of Faith’ to the Big Time

“When I lived in Baltimore I would leave the house at midnight and walk around the city and take in its true energy. I would walk around Neighborhoods [that] people would consider unsafe and safe learning the streets and the people,” he said. “Baltimore helped me to make the decision [to] get on the bus with eight trash bags full of clothes and books, and take a leap of faith onto a path I couldn’t see but an inner voice that was loud and determined to win against all odds.”

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Tree Identification Book from Arbor Day Foundation Helps People Identify Tree Species

The Arbor Day Foundation has a book that helps people identify trees in a simple, step-by-step process. The book, “What Tree Is That?,” is available for a $5 donation to the nonprofit tree-planting organization.

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Tips for Staying Safe Around Electric and Gas Equipment from BGE

As part of National Safety Month, BGE is reminding local contractors and customers to be aware of their surroundings when planning projects near electric lines or natural gas equipment.

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A New Way to Help Marylanders Quit Tobacco

The Maryland Department of Health partners with Johns Hopkins Health System to offer electronic referrals to Department Tobacco Quitline.

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School Choice Not Right Choice for All Students

"Every child should be entitled to high-quality education in the United States of America. Every neighborhood school should be equipped to provide high-quality courses and curriculum. Every student should have highly-qualified teachers and a menu of extra-curricular activities to choose from."

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My Sons Were Racially Profiled on a College Tour

“Critics wonder why I would blame Colorado State University for the actions of a campus visitor. But I challenge them to imagine being young, hours away from home, and confronted by campus police due to a ludicrous report from a stranger.”

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Learning to walk rather than run!

"Learning to allow our minds to slow down so we can think critically about things in our lives is a unique skill that must be purposefully honed."

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North Baltimore County Woman Stays Busy as a Spoken Word Poet, Middle School Teacher, & Kids Tutor

Hydes, Maryland resident, Mary Cate Gates presents her spoken word poetry on Saturday, June 10, 2018 at Evil Grin, a monthly poetry slam event that will be held at The Annapolis Bookstore located at 53 Maryland Avenue in Annapolis from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

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Baltimore boxer seeking championship while helping his community

Malik Titus has his heart set on becoming an Olympian but the 20-year-old Baltimore boxer has more to offer than just being a champion inside the ring.

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Families invited to enjoy expanded and enhanced Kids’ Corner at Oriole Park

The Orioles welcome families and children to visit an expanded and reimagined Kids’ Corner located adjacent to Gate C at Oriole Park at Camden Yards

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Ravens Flacco and Crabtree already off to good start

When the Baltimore Ravens signed wide receiver Michael Crabtree, the team followed what has become a tradition over the years.

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Overdose awareness walkers stop in Baltimore

Brett Bramble and John Azerolo, and a dog named Domino, strolled along Route 40 in Baltimore last week for a cause that has gripped the nation: overdose awareness.

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Five ways to plan your summer vacation without wrecking your finances

It won’t be long until summer, and many people are looking forward eagerly to that annual summer vacation.

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NACA Baltimore office helps residents with mortgage loans, homeowner services

The Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America (NACA) kicked off an “Achieve the Dream” tour at the Radisson Hotel Downtown Inner Harbor— a one-stop mortgage operation with workshops, one-on-one counseling and underwriters for prospective homeowners from the Baltimore and Washington region on April 26, 2018.

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Life in Baltimore: Honoring 2018 Graduates

In the midst of spring showers and beautiful flowers with the scents of fragrant peonies, roses, sweet peas and hyacinth just in time for graduation ceremonies.

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Rambling Rose: Baltimore Presents Concerts, Shows & Parties

Hello my dear friends, I believe we can officially call this spring. The rain may have slowed us up but has not stopped us from having a good time and lots of fun.

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Protecting our community during National Foster Care Month

In the late 1980s and early 1990s, our community was under a full-fledged attack. Crack was in our streets, it was in our schools, it was in our parks, it was in our playgrounds, and for some it was in our homes.

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Raising boys to love and care, not kill

Heart contracts; numbness and tears collide. Ten dead and 13 wounded— this time in Santa Fe, Texas.

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