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May 31, 2017 - B1:D1

Hello All! I just started an investigation into “Hunt-a-Killer” and decided to keep a blog of my discoveries. Been wanting to get back into the blog-o-sphere ever since the death of myspace and livejournal… so here it goes! 542 more words

Hunt-a-Killer

Will Justin Jackson Decide To Stay A Terp Or Turn Pro?

Don Markus, reporter for the Baltimore Sun who covers Men’s college basketball, joined Ed and Rob to talk about the upcoming tough decision for Terrapins forward Justin Jackson whether to remain at Maryland or head to the NBA Draft. 212 more words

Sports

On Watching My Son Discover His Blackness... (OpEd)

Karsonya Wise Whitehead

Originally published in The Baltimore Sun: “The uprising may be over; but the work is not,” April 27, 2017

My son was six years old the first time that he realized that he was black. 824 more words

He's really ahead of the eight ball

This was found in Baltimore’s newspaper, the Baltimore Sun.  A player at the Univ. of Maryland said of his teammate, “For someone so young, he’s really ahead of the eight ball.”  This is a nice mashup of “ahead of the curve” (at the forefront of leading something) and “behind the eight ball” (in trouble or in a weak or losing position).   52 more words

Malaphors

Is Racial Parity Possible Under Jeff Sessions?

Attorney General Jeff Sessions warned that the agreement negotiated under the Obama administration to overhaul the troubled Baltimore police force may result in “a less safe city.” Sessions said in a statement Friday that the Baltimore agreement shows… 766 more words

Political Commentary

Open Works Six Month Anniversary featured in Baltimore Sun

After six months, Open Works’ maker space is making an impact

Jacques Kelly
Published by The Baltimore Sun on April 7, 2017

The mission statement for Baltimore’s Open Works center describes it as an “incubator for Baltimore’s creative economy.” 607 more words

Art

Baltimore Ranks No. 1 With Garden Gnomes, Orioles Responsible

Charm City is “Gnome City” according to the lawn care website LawnStarter.

It might have started with the Buck Showalter garden gnome…

Baltimore’s interest in garden gnomes is the highest more than any other city in the U.S. 43 more words

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