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Baltimore businesses are  finally suing  most of the city of Baltimore, including former mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, and the police department for letting the Freddie Gray rioters destroy their properties. 47 more words

Crew Call for Short Film "Dirty Dishes" [Baltimore, MD] #filmcrew #casting

Posted June 23, 2017

PLOT SUMMARY: Dirty Dishes is about a dispirited 1950’s housewife who desires a life outside of her home, but must first confront her sink full of dirty dishes. 398 more words

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Perry Hall's Double T Diner prepares to roll to new location

The doors have been shut, the dessert cases are empty and the kitchen no longer serves up spinach pie, omelettes or milkshakes at the Double T Diner in Perry Hall. 27 more words

Confederate Monuments Removed Across The County Sparks Debate In Baltimore

BALTIMORE (WJZ)– Whether or not Confederate monuments should be removed in cities across the country has ignited debate and Baltimore could be next.

RELATED: Calls For Confederate Marker To Be Removed From Md. 337 more words

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Five minutes with Dana Stein, executive director of Civic Works

As a youth, Dana Stein spent summers working a variety of jobs — cashier, busboy and typist, just to name a few.

“What it taught me was the importance of showing up on time and working with others,” he said, adding that those skills are needed for any job. 14 more words

Long & Foster's Creig Northrop Team tops nation in sales volume

The Creig Northrop Team of Long & Foster Real Estate topped the nation in real estate sales volume last year, according to a new analysis. 28 more words

Maryland Zoo Names New Baby Giraffe

BALTIMORE (WJZ)– The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore has named its newest giraffe Julius, the Zoo said in a statement Friday.

Julius was born last Thursday, June 15. 111 more words

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