Door knobs, stoops and recycling crews sighed in relief as an interesting and heated primary election race concluded on Tuesday, April 26. | Photo by Julie M. Kichline
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The 2016 Baltimore City Primary election was Tuesday, April 26 and the people have spoken. Zeke Cohen, a former teacher and the founder of a Highlandtown non-profit, won the Democratic […]

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Nearly a year after the unrest, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, and Police Commissioner Kevin Davis held a public meeting on Thursday, April 21 to discuss crime prevention and safety in the […]

O.J. Brigance and his wife Chanda created the Brigance Brigade Foundation in 2008 in order  to make life easier for people struggling with ALS. Next week’s Championship Run will raise money and awareness for the cause. | Photos courtesy of the Brigance Brigade Foundation.
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While the viral trend of the “Ice Bucket Challenge” has passed, ALS, or Lou Gehrig’s disease, still devastates the lives of thousands of people and their loved ones. Approximately 15 […]

Mary Pat Clarke, councilwoman of the 14th disrtict. | Photo courtesy of Mary Pat Clarke
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Last week, Councilwoman Mary Pat Clarke of the 14th district proposed new legislation that would increase Baltimore’s minimum wage to $15 an hour. According to the controversial bill, the minimum […]

City Spring students are all smiles at the Baltimore Curriculum Project’s 5th annual  Are You Smarter than a BCP 5th Grader? Quiz Show Fundraiser. | Photo courtesy of Baltimore Curriculum Project
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Are you smarter than a 5th grader?  That’s the question several public figures had to ask themselves as they went head-to-head with the brilliant students of Baltimore at the 5th […]

The old Haussner's building remains a hot topic among local residents and business people.  - Photo by Danielle Sweeney
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Demolition of the former Haussner’s building at 3244 Eastern Ave. is set to begin next month. In October of 2015, The Garver Development was approved to turn the location in […]

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  • O.J. Brigance and his wife Chanda created the Brigance Brigade Foundation in 2008 in order  to make life easier for people struggling with ALS. Next week’s Championship Run will raise money and awareness for the cause. | Photos courtesy of the Brigance Brigade Foundation.
  • Mary Pat Clarke, councilwoman of the 14th disrtict. | Photo courtesy of Mary Pat Clarke
  • City Spring students are all smiles at the Baltimore Curriculum Project’s 5th annual  Are You Smarter than a BCP 5th Grader? Quiz Show Fundraiser. | Photo courtesy of Baltimore Curriculum Project
  • The old Haussner's building remains a hot topic among local residents and business people.  - Photo by Danielle Sweeney

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Door knobs, stoops and recycling crews sighed in relief as an interesting and heated primary election race concluded on Tuesday, April 26. | Photo by Julie M. Kichline

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O.J. Brigance and his wife Chanda created the Brigance Brigade Foundation in 2008 in order  to make life easier for people struggling with ALS. Next week’s Championship Run will raise money and awareness for the cause. | Photos courtesy of the Brigance Brigade Foundation.

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  • Door knobs, stoops and recycling crews sighed in relief as an interesting and heated primary election race concluded on Tuesday, April 26. | Photo by Julie M. Kichline
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  • O.J. Brigance and his wife Chanda created the Brigance Brigade Foundation in 2008 in order  to make life easier for people struggling with ALS. Next week’s Championship Run will raise money and awareness for the cause. | Photos courtesy of the Brigance Brigade Foundation.
  • Mary Pat Clarke, councilwoman of the 14th disrtict. | Photo courtesy of Mary Pat Clarke
  • City Spring students are all smiles at the Baltimore Curriculum Project’s 5th annual  Are You Smarter than a BCP 5th Grader? Quiz Show Fundraiser. | Photo courtesy of Baltimore Curriculum Project
  • The old Haussner's building remains a hot topic among local residents and business people.  - Photo by Danielle Sweeney
  • HIGHLANDTOWN WINE FESTIVAL
Revelers of all ages enjoyed sunshine, food, wine and music at the 13th annual Highlandtown Wine Festival, hosted by the Highlandtown Community Association and Di Pasquale’s Italian Marketplace. The event featured a homemade wine competition and wine tastings. | Photos by of Gianna DeCarlo
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  • The ARM Cuauhtemoc, a 297-foot tall ship from Mexico, sailed into the Inner Harbor this weekend. | Photo by Tom Scilipoti
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  • Adriene Buisch and Tigger, a 21 year-old cat with a bucket list, purrrrfectly pose after a TV interview in Washington D.C. See story on page 9. | Photo courtesy of Adriene Buisch
  • Councilman Jim Kraft at an award ceremony for the winning team of his Southeast Baseball League. | Photo courtesy of Jim Kraft
  • Early voting at the Southeast Anchor Library created quite a colorful scene.
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  • Zachary Lederer doing his signature strong-man pose which became a symbol of strength and hope. | Photo courtesy of Zaching For Cancer
  • BALTIMORE TATTOO ARTS CONVENTION:
Congratulations to Baltimore Guide Ticket Giveaway Contest Winner Rachel Abbotts of Patterson Park. She received  this cool windmill ink from amazing tattoo artist Justin Nordine, who works out of Raw Canvas in Grand Junction, CO. | Photo courtesy of Rachel Abbotts
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  • Potomac St. will be the site of two new bike lanes that will extend from Eastern Ave. to Boston St. The lanes will be installed in the fall of 2016.
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