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Faith, Hope, and Bikes: Turning Cyclist Attacks into Community Dance Parties

In light of  the Passover and Easter holidays upon us, I’ve been pondering Judeo-Christianity a lot this week. Specifically, I’ve been thinking about Jesus’ words about peace and reconciliation, things he talked a whole lot about, while he was silent or had little to say on the heated issues that so often people associate with Church or religion. 1,259 more words

Orioles Cruise To 8-4 Win Over Red Sox

BOSTON (AP) — Jonathan Schoop went 4 for 5 with two doubles and two RBIs, and the Baltimore Orioles pounded Red Sox starter John Lackey in an 8-4 victory over Boston on Friday night. 102 more words


Best Restaurants For Cinco De Mayo In Baltimore

Cinco de Mayo, or the fifth of May, marks the commemoration of Mexico’s victory over French forces in the Battle of Puebla in 1862. What now has become an American holiday of sorts, people can celebrate this day with friends and family at one of Baltimore’s fine authentic Mexican restaurants. 659 more words


Baltimore Sanitary Fair Sesquicentennial

The 1864 Baltimore Sanitary Fair (April 18-April 30) provided the large-scale vehicle for Maryland’s Unionist women to bring together both of their benevolent and patriotic impulses. 725 more words

My Redheaded Firecracker Grandmother

Today would have been my grandmother’s 100th birthday.

She was my mother’s mother, and my last surviving grandparent, whom I affectionately called Mimi because my oldest cousin couldn’t say “grandma” when she was a toddler. 731 more words

Baltimore Ravens safety returns to Huntington for spring training and home cooking

A Marshall University football alumus returned to Huntington in the offseason for three months to prepare for the upcoming NFL season.

Omar Brown, a safety for the Baltimore Ravens, has been training at the Hit Center on Fifth Avenue, trying to gain 12 pounds of muscle before traveling back to Baltimore for the 2014 training camp with the Ravens. 1,242 more words

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