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1 hr ago | The Baltimore Sun
Some time within the past week, 160,000 new books arrived in The City That Reads, a term I've neither heard nor uttered since the Kurt Schmoke mayoralty and its much-mocked motto faded into memory nearly 15 years ago.
Could you survive the end of civilization?
Should smoking in public places be banned?
3 hrs ago | The Afro American Newspaper
A family of six remains homeless three weeks after flames raced through their West Baltimore row house, a blaze that fire officials said started in a neighboring city-owned vacant house.
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15 hrs ago | City Paper
"A Holiday Art Show" to benefit Moveable Feast. Art from local artists will be showcased at this holiday-themed show.
19 hrs ago | Business Journal
A subsidiary of New York-based Marjam Supply Co., a construction materials distributor, has purchased Horstmeier Lumber Co.'
The Baltimore City College is breaking rules at a time when many schools are cutting their budgets in areas, including the arts.
For less than $1, visit downtown museums and attractions, including the Babe Ruth Museum, Baltimore Museum of Industry, Christmas Village in Baltimore, Geppi's Entertainment Museum, Historic Ships in Baltimore, the Jewish Museum of Maryland, Lexington Market, Maryland Science Center, National Aquarium Baltimore, Port Discovery, Reginald F. Lewis ... (more)
Holiday Springs and Sprockets . An exhibit of holiday-themed mechanical sculptures created by Steve Gerberich.
This Saturday, Dec. 7, the MTA at long last answers the prayers of Baltimore and D.C. residents, adding weekend service to the MARC schedule.
Plays at the Charles Theatre Dec. 7 at 11:30 a.m., Dec. 9 at 7 p.m., and Dec. 12 at 9 p.m. About 10 minutes into Hit and Stay , the documentary from erstwhile CP editor Joe Tropea and Skizz Cyzyk, there's an exceptionally striking black-and-white still that preserves a moment of Baltimore history.
Officers responding to reports of gunshots found a man with multiple gunshot wounds to his torso in the 3900 block of Gwynn Oak Ave. at about 7:14 p.m. on Monday, Baltimore police said.
Overnight lows were forecast from the mid-30s in the suburbs to the lower 40s downtown.
The Baltimore man who claims to have inspired HBO's "The Wire" and was arrested on federal drug and gun charges last month had been a mediator for a program aimed at stamping out violence on the city's streets until recently.
Fresh & Green's plans to close all six of its Maryland and Washington, D.C., grocery stores - nearly two and a half years after entering the region.
Vacant, boarded-up shops and rowhouses line the street across from the new North Avenue Gateway apartments.
A traveling medical technician who spread hepatitis C to dozens of patients getting treatment in hospitals in Maryland and around the country was sentenced Monday to 39 years in federal prison.