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As MD enters stage 3, Balt. Co. restaurants work to provide safe environments

Over a month after the implementation of county and state mask mandates and as most of Maryland enters stage three of reopening, COVID-19 cases are down statewide, and Baltimore Count...

In local, Sep 07, 2020

Balt. County tightens on mask mandate; Hogan follows statewide as cases rise

Baltimore County implemented a new mandate on July 23 requiring everyone ages 2 and over to wear masks in indoor public spaces. Less than a week later, Gov. Larry Hogan (R) announced ...

In local, Aug 03, 2020

The Round-Up: July 26 - Aug. 2, 2020

This week saw the release of several crucial economic data measures from the federal government. The Commerce Department released a shocking figure of GDP growth in the second quarter...

In national, Aug 02, 2020

Top 10 albums of 2020, so far

At the risk of beating a dead horse, I think it’s fair to say that this year has been a challenge for many. While people’s lives have been disrupted, music has offered a place of sola...

In culture, Jul 29, 2020

A Midseason Review of Tartakovsky’s ‘Primal’

If you thought cartoons were just for kids, think again. Genndy Tartakovsky’s “Primal” is a savage, epic ride through what could have happened if Samurai Jack was sent into the past t...

In culture, Jul 29, 2020

Federal coronavirus aid marred by mismanagement, lack of transparency

Federal economic relief programs included in the CARES Act last March have come under growing scrutiny from watchdog groups and elected officials amid concerns that federal funding is...

In opinion, national, Jul 27, 2020

The Round-Up: July 19 - 26, 2020

As investors seek returns outside equity and credit markets, certain commodities have shone. Gold’s rally has been driven by its perpetual characterization as a “safe-haven” asset, si...

In national, Jul 26, 2020

The Round-Up: July 12 - 19, 2020

The line continues to blur between the momentum of financial markets and macroeconomic indicators. Despite some positive economic measures released this past week, including reboundin...

In national, Jul 19, 2020

Blow The Man Down, reviewed - 'A Macabre Masterpiece'

The fact that this film would have never gotten a theatrical release is more criminal than any of the actual crimes depicted in the story.

In culture, Jul 15, 2020

Amid coronavirus pandemic, organizers continue planning for Maryland State Fair

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, Maryland is moving forward with its state fair next month, though concern for attendees’ health has prompted organizers to reimagine the event, accordin...

In local, Jul 13, 2020