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Baltimore Business Journal
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Baltimore, MD 21201 Directions
Organizers of a new college basketball showcase hope to draw 12,000 people to Royal Farms Arena next month to raise money for youth programs and construction of a recreation center planned for the Baltimore area. The Charm City College Classic, hosted by local nonprofit Charm City Charities, will pit the University of Maryland mens basketball team against Loyola University Chicago, who reached the Final Four in last seasons NCAA basketball tournament. The game, scheduled for 4 p.m. on Dec. 8,
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health will use a new $1.6 million grant to implement and expand health and support services in East Baltimore for victims of violence. Thegrant comes from the Stavros Niarchos Foundation, an international philanthropic organization that makes grants in the areas of arts and culture, education, and health and medicine.It will allow Hopkins university and medical teams to expand existing collaborative work with local partners in East Baltimore, working
Gap will seriously consider closing hundreds of underperforming stores, CEO Art Peck told analysts in a conference call Tuesday. While some of the companys brands reported improvement like Old Navy, Athleta, and Banana Republic the namesake Gap NYSE: GPS brand itself had a 7 percent sales decline in the third quarter from a year ago. There are a handful of Gap stores in Greater Baltimore. We are clearly not satisfied with the performance of Gap brand, Peck said. We know this iconic
The increased profitability is occurring as banks continue to consolidate to save costs.
The research project may lead to the development of a therapy for HIV remission and possible eradication.
Baltimore City Paper
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Baltimore, MD 21278 Directions
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When I first moved to Baltimore, my wife and I would walk up Park Avenue and I would point at the brownstone that hosted the old City Paper offices. Im going to work there, I would say. When I finally did, I felt like I had been Babe Ruth calling my home run. Id grown up on alt-weeklies, buying...
Photos from City Paper photographer and reporterReginald Thomas II.
Current and former staff members of theCity Paper reflect on the end of publication in the Nov. 1, 2017 issue.
City Paper photo editor J.M. Giordano shares four photos from his favorite stories hes worked on.
Baltimore Jewish Times
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Owings Mills, MD 21117 Directions
On November 19, 2018, Suzanne F. Cohen nee Fineman, beloved wife of the late Nathan L. Cohen beloved mother of Janet Cohen Daniel Kramarsky and Nancy Cohen Jonathan Parfrey dear sister of Howard Janice Fineman loving daughter of the late Florence and Paul J. Fineman beloved nana to her four granddaughters. Services at SOL LEVINSON... Read MoreThe post COHEN appeared first on Baltimore Jewish Times.
A hospital can be a pretty crazy place. Mark Leekoff, 33, knows this well. Hes deaf, and the constant hubbub makes it difficult for him to hear through his cochlear implant. But as with any other obstacle, the third-year neurology resident at the University of Maryland Medical Center has developed a system to cut out... Read MoreThe post You Should Know Mark Leekoff appeared first on Baltimore Jewish Times.
Within our Jewish community, there are many aspects of how we do things that are undergoing change. In just the past year, weve written about the way Hebrew schools use new, experiential learning methods to engage their students, about the changing roles of rabbis beyond the pulpit, and about how Holocaust survivors and their descendants... Read MoreThe post Evolving on Israel appeared first on Baltimore Jewish Times.
Sue and David Liebman were honored Nov. 8 for their distinguished ACHARAI and community leadership, and Dan Hirschhorn was presented with the Debra Silberman Weinberg Leadership Award. The ceremony was held during the ACHARAI Celebrates event at the Jewish Museum of Maryland. Seated from left: Sue Glick Liebman and Debs Weinberg, chair of the board... Read MoreThe post Liebman & Hirschhorn Leadership appeared first on Baltimore Jewish Times.
Baltimore Hebrew Congregation Brotherhood participated in the Baltimore Festival of Jewish Literature on Nov. 11. Dr. Marc Dollinger presented pertinent issues detailed in his new book Black Power, Jewish Politics: Reinventing the Alliance in the 1960s. More than 200 people attended. From left: brotherhood board member Dick Kane, Dr. Marc Dollinger, brotherhood board member Perry... Read MoreThe post Black Power, Jewish Politics appeared first on Baltimore Jewish Times.
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Baltimore, MD 21218 Directions
By Brianna McAdoo,AFRO Staff,bmcadooafro.com Housing and poverty gaps in the District of Columbia remain imperative topics discussed by local Black residents as little seems to be done policy-wise about the issues. This past Wednesday the Urban Institute released an interactive tool addressed to residents and policy-makers on how to improve equity in District neighborhoods as
By MARK F. GRAY,Special to the AFRO Despite the upset in the 2017 Turkey Bowl respect around the District has been hard to come by for the Ballou Knights. They still hold the coveted championship trophy that H.D. Woodson held for a quadrennial, yet most experts feel that order will be restored once toe meets
By MARK F. GRAY,AFRO Staff Writer,mgrayafro.com Finally, no soul can say that Bell cant win the big one in the District of Columbias Interscholastic Athletic Associations second division. After four consecutive losses in the citys class A championship game the Griffins exorcised the demons of past failures with a 47-0 pounding of McKinley Tech which
By Tim Lacy, Special ot the AFRO Green Book is a new release that just hit the box office in theaters near you. Unfortunately people of color arent familiar with the subject matter. There are no couples fighting for divorce, no detectives trying to solve murder cases, no star ships fighting to save the planet
By Micha Green, AFRO Washington, D.C. Editor,mgreenafro.com On a cold, snowy Thursday, students, professionals and the politically active packed into the Heritage Foundation for an Anti-Poverty forum, Nov. 15, where several panelists spoke on the topic of poverty and how to combat it in 2018. Speakers included Sen. Marco Rubio D-Fl., pastor, author and former
The Baltimore Sun
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Baltimore, MD 21278 Directions
Stick a microphone in Michael Crabtrees face, and he transforms. Gone is the easygoing locker-room presence who formed fast friendships with his new Ravens teammates. Gone is the assertive veteran whos unafraid to go face-to-face with coach John Harbaugh on the sideline. Crabtree speaks in a...
Tanya Carrolls 21-month-old grandson, Dallas Baker, was diagnosed with lead poisoning as a baby, a condition she says left him less than interested in eating for several worrisome weeks. But the cheerful toddlers appetite didnt seem to be much of a problem Wednesday. Dallas, of East Baltimore,...
An Orioles analytics department that was previously marginalized at best and neglected at worst will come under new leadership that will vastly change that. New executive vice president and general manager Mike Elias, who was hired last week from his post as Houston Astros assistant general manager,...
The Baltimore States Attorneys Office has asked the medical examiners office not to make any potential changes to the ruling on the cause of death of homicide Det. Sean Suiter, citing lingering questions about DNA evidence, according to a key member of the independent panel that reviewed the...
The critique takes place every Sunday morning during the college football season, before Maryland assistant coach Aazaar Abdul-Rahim starts preparing for the teams next game. Given who is analyzing the play of the teams defensive backs from the previous day, Abdul-Rahim takes the feedback quite...
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Baltimore, MD 21211 Directions
I heard her blood-curdling screams, one witness said. The mother and the driver, they were just devastated-looking.
Many of Americas military men and women are away from home this Thanksgiving, making sacrifices to secure our freedom and to protect our southern border.
I hollered, My name is John, I love you and Jesus loves you, the man wrote in his journal.
The woman told the arresting deputy that she believed he was a monster trying to suck her blood.
Strong winds could potentially ground the giant character balloons of this Thanksgiving tradition in New York City.
WJZ CBS 13
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Baltimore, MD 21211 Directions
Police determined a man found dead in the middle of the road was struck by a car.
A cold front is crossing the region Wednesday night, and temperatures will fall into the low 20s by dawn.
Travel on Thursday is expected to be the easiest throughout the morning and day, but some were not willing to wait a second longer to reunite with family.
A jury failed to reach a verdict Wednesday in a case where a man was charged with murdering a mother of eight.
MDTA police have confirmed a death at BWI Airport on Wednesday, after an isolated incident.
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