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Fleet Week in Baltimore draws protests

It’s “Fleet Week” (Oct. 10-17) in the port of Baltimore. The gala celebration includes dozens of vessels; military and private alike, plus schooner ships, from both Canada and the U.S. They are all part of the big show. An air […]

Fleet Week in Baltimore draws protests

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It’s “Fleet Week” (Oct. 10-17) in the port of Baltimore. The gala celebration includes dozens of vessels; military and private alike, plus schooner ships, from both Canada and the U.S. They are all part of the big show. An air […]

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Dashiell Hammett: The man of mystery

“Dashiell Hammett: Man of Mystery,” Sally Cline, 272 pages, Arcade Publishing, 2016 (Review by Bill Hughes) His family roots ran deep in the “Old Line State.” Dashiell Hammett, aka Samuel

Jack the Ripper is named in a fascinating book

You think finding someone criminally culpable for the death of Freddie Gray, in Baltimore, Maryland, in the spring of 2015, was difficult? Well try solving the blood-stained and grotesque murders,

Freddie Gray not a role model for some people

Freddie Gray looms larger in death than he ever did in life. It’s been more than a year since rioting over Gray’s death in police custody tore this city apart,

Black lives matter

Yes, and all lives do matter … It’s surprising that NFL football player for the Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman, is taking some heat for telling it like it is,

Venable Park: An excerpt of the 20th Century

The Los Angeles Post-Examiner is proud to present an excerpt from journalist and author Tom Flynn's first novel Venable Park. This spring Loyola University Maryland's Apprentice House republished Venable Park,

Human Trafficking part 6: Brothels in plain sight

This is the sixth and last part of a five-day investigative series on human trafficking in Maryland Capital News Service produced by student journalists and professional editors of the

Human Trafficking Part 5: Big problem, but few arrests

Former Baltimore firefighter Jamar Marvin Simmons and co-defendant Franklin Roosevelt Coit recruited women — many “unusually vulnerable,” federal prosecutors said — from as far away as Texas and South

Edgar Allan Poe: His London ties

Stoke Newington - Old Rectory (Public Domain) During Edgar Allan Poe’s bicentennial in 2009, a great debate raged between partisans in Boston, Philadelphia, and Baltimore over which city had the

Martin O’Malley declares his candidacy

Former Governor Martin O’Malley’s presidential announcement Saturday in upscale Federal Hill starkly contrasted the People’s BBQ for the Homeless behind St. Vincent DePaul’s Roman Catholic Church on Front Street that occurred less than

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