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Hopkins Researchers: Allow Place for Addicts to do Drugs

BALTIMORE (WJZ)–  Researchers at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health recommend that Baltimore turn to an unorthodox way of dealing with its heroin epidemic by opening two facilities that provide people a safe place to do drugs, according to… 290 more words

Local

Dodging Pedestrians

According to the Baltimore Sun, Bikemore and the city are concerned about the interface between cars and bicycles. I have noticed delivery trucks and the occasional car stopped in the new Maryland Avenue cycle track: 272 more words

Bicycling

Today's 101.9 Greg Carpenter Nominated As Baltimore Best Radio Personality

The 2017 Best of Baltimore readers’ choice awards nominations have been announced.

Our very own Greg Carpenter from the Today’s 101.9 Morning Show was nominated. 81 more words

Features

Horsey: West Coast states form a wall against Trump's reactionary agenda

I went to an inaugural ball a few weeks ago — the one in Washington state, not the one in Washington, D.C. — and got a good sense of the official resistance that is rising on the West Coast against the policies of the new Trump administration. 15 more words

Opinion

Quotes about Howard County School Board Bill HB 1299

Baltimore Sun reporter Amanda Yeager wrote an article on February 12th about HB 1299. You can read the full article HERE. You can also read my basic analysis of HB 1299… 488 more words

Politics

A Guide to Cask Beer in Baltimore

Want to know more about cask beer? Wes Case, a features reporter for the Baltimore Sun, has a piece in today’s paper called “A guide to cask beer in Baltimore: Less carbonation, more flavor,” that provides a good tutorial on “real ale.” In addition to providing a run-down of the local breweries producing cask beer, led by Heavy Seas, Case’s article explains what cask beer is, how its made, how its served, and why craft beer enthusiasts love it so much. 112 more words

Beer News

Trump signs executive orders on public safety

“The first order — which Trump said would “break the back of the criminal cartels that have spread across our nation and are destroying the blood of our youth” — calls on the executive branch to “strengthen enforcement of federal law” to thwart international gangs and ensure that federal law enforcement gives a “high priority” to gangs. 166 more words

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