Ravens Coach Harbaugh says NFL COVID-19 guidelines are “impossible”

Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh detailed the NFL’s COVID-19 guidelines for returning to preseason training during an interview Thursday evening with local sports station 105...

In sports, Jun 14, 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

Schools adjust to autumn uncertainty

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to establish new definitions of “normal” across the country, states are beginning to slowly reopen and students, from elementary school to college, ...

In opinion, Jul 03, 2020

Sports just for the sake of sports

The current status of Maryland youth sports currently allows for low-contact outdoor practices in limited groups not exceeding 10 individuals at any time. Staff involved and any chil...

In opinion, Jun 30, 2020

Everything looks like a nail

Amid America’s largest wave of protests since 1968, it has become painfully apparent that no one has been watching the watchmen.The carnage of the past three weeks has saturated us wi...

In opinion, Jun 17, 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

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

The Round-Up: June 28 - July 5, 2020

The American economic recovery from the far-reaching impacts of COVID-19 is underway. Yet some states may be forced to adjust their reopening efforts as cases surged toward this week’...

In national, Jul 05, 2020

The Round-Up: June 21 - 28, 2020

The U.S. domestic equity markets closed down following another volatile week of trading. Followed by an accelerated increase in new cases of COVID-19, investors sold off their risky a...

In national, Jun 28, 2020

Supreme Court Wins For DREAMers And LGBTQ+ Community May Suggest Liberal Outcome In Upcoming Abortion Case

This month, the U.S. Supreme Court made two decisions upholding the rights of both LGBTQ+ people in the workplace and DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) recipients, also kn...

In national, Jun 22, 2020

The Round-Up: June 14 - 21, 2020

Volatility in domestic equity markets continued this week as Americans’ renewed fears on the potential of a second mass lockdown drove erratic trading. The divide continues to widen b...

In national, Jun 21, 2020


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

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

Timonium residents resist development proposals along Dulaney Valley, Pot Spring

A group of Timonium residents has organized in opposition to two residential development plans being considered by Baltimore County officials, criticizing the high number of homes sla...

In local, Jul 03, 2020

Councilman's rezoning efforts may dash hopes for some proposed solar farms

A June 18 public hearing on zoning in Baltimore County’s third district revealed a conflict over the construction of certain solar farms - in support, the landowners and solar compani...

In local, Jun 30, 2020

Protesters call for racial justice, reform in Cockeysville

Demonstrators protesting police brutality and racism held signs and chanted along York Road outside the Target in Cockeysville on June 13, adding their voices to a series of protests ...

In local, Jun 22, 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

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

Punisher by Phoebe Bridgers, reviewed

If there is one thing that is obvious after listening to any Phoebe Bridgers song, it is this: she always wears her heart on her sleeve. Her authenticity and intimate lyricism won her...

In culture, Jul 06, 2020

Contagion, revisited


In culture, Jul 03, 2020

HBO’s ‘Love Life’ Is a Tender, Rich Story About Personal Growth and Life’s Challenges

After watching the first episode of “Love Life,” I was prepared to be disappointed, anticipating another depiction of a clueless millennial woman bumbling through a big city, chasing ...

In culture, Jun 25, 2020