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Trump’s attack on immigrants of color

I want to direct this column quite explicitly to African Americans. When you hear Donald Trump wail against immigrants, I hope that you understand that he is also talking about you.

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Resilient shop owner reopens boutique after riots

Taylor Alexander, 23, reopened her Baltimore-based business— Flawless Damsels Boutique— for a second time on August 29, 2015.

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Small businesses benefit communities by boosting local economy

Owning a business is the goal of many would-be entrepreneurs. Being your own boss has certain perks, including making your own hours and not having to report to anyone but yourself.

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Academy Art Museum celebrates 18th Annual Craft Show

2015 Craft Show 'Blown Away' features over 60 juried artists

The Academy Art Museum will celebrate its 18th Annual Craft Show, “Blown Away,” October 16-18, 2015 in Easton, Maryland.

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Ravens turn to Steve Smith’s to be their play maker on punt returns

Steve Smith Sr. broke into the NFL initially as a return specialist back in 2001 with the Carolina

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Celebrate Baltimore's best seafood at the Baltimore Seafood Festival

Canton Waterfront Park Saturday, September 19

The Baltimore Seafood festival will feature signature seafood dishes ranging from raw oysters, lobster lasagna, shrimp ceviche, grilled oysters, and fish tacos to steamed crabs!

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Join police and fire for Public Safety Day

Baltimore County Police and Fire celebrate the 11th Annual Public Safety Day Saturday, September 19.

Join the Baltimore County Police and Fire departments for a day of family fun at Public Safety Day on Saturday, September 19.

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Banneker-Douglass Museum presents the BDM Selfie Studio: A new interactive experience

The Banneker-Douglass Museum, Maryland’s official repository of African American heritage launches the BDM Selfie Studio on Saturday, September 26, 2015 from 1:00pm-3:00pm.

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Ben Carson, rise of the anti-Trump

He is nearly tied with Trump and is behaving like "a gentleman, not a jerk"

How do you go from being an internationally respected surgeon, to a conservative folk hero, to nearly edging out Donald Trump in polls for the GOP presidential nomination?

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McDonald’s® offers free breakfast to Baltimore students September 18

On Friday, September 18, 2015, participating McDonald’s restaurants in the Greater Baltimore area will offer free breakfast to kindergarten through eighth grade students from 6 a.m. to 9 a.m.

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Outfitting students' technology needs

Nowadays, school supplies differ greatly from the markers, protractors and pencil cases required just a few decades ago.

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Ravens add OLB depth by signing Jason Babin

The Baltimore Ravens needed to add depth at outside linebacker after the injury to Terrell Suggs.

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Add a taste of Thai to the end of grilling season

Though summer is the season for grilling, the arrival of autumn does not mean it's time to banish the grill to the back of your garage. Dedicated grillmasters have no problem firing up the grill in the dead of winter, but even those who are not so bold can still man the flames of an open grill long after Labor Day has come and gone.

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Restaurant report card grades on antibiotics in meat supply

Chipotle and Panera Bread received the highest grades

A new report is sounding the alarm about the use of antibiotics in the meat and poultry supply chains of the 25 largest U.S. fast food and "fast casual" restaurants.

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Ravens prep on west coast for game against Oakland Raiders

East coast teams that have to travel to the Midwest and West Coast in back to back games can rack up a lot of mileage.

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Vanessa Williams and the declining scandal of nude photos

Williams resigned as the first African-American Miss America amid scandal

When nude photos of a celebrity surface nowadays, it's often rumored that the star may have "leaked" them.

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Hidden toxins contaminate black homes

Consumers aren’t looking for health problems when they shop at dollar stores or keep older furniture, but a cocktail of chemicals seeping from these items offer exactly that.

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Black women mobilizing for 2016 vote

As the 2016 election cycle ramps up, Essence magazine and the Black Women’s Roundtable have teamed up to mobilize and re-energize Black women voters.

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Migrant crisis: Europe reaps what it has sown

There is something almost Biblical about the mass exodus of desperate people fleeing Syria and other war-torn and impoverished countries. For European governments, struggling to manage the crisis engulfing their borders, the Bible has a succinct lesson they might do well to ponder: "For whatever one sows, that will he also reap."

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September proclaimed National Blood Cancer Awareness Month in Md.

Hogan administration to Host American Red Cross Blood Drive

Governor Larry Hogan issued a statewide proclamation announcing September as National Blood Cancer Awareness Month in Maryland.

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