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Critics say this year’s Artscape gives short shrift to the classical arts. Festival organizers say showcasing new talent is a key goal.
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Politically-wired contractor may soon be tackling a housing project that, says an attorney for nearby residents, skirts the city zoning code.
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Legislation follows last week’s ruling by the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals that non-disparagement clauses violate the First Amendment.
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Developer Henson calls the East Baltimore project the first step in connecting low-income communities “into the fabric of the city.”
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Changes in Artscape’s location places Bolton Hill in the bull’s-eye of traffic congestion.
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Since taking over as mayor on May 2, Young has been out of town on 16 of his first 75 days in office, according to travel requests reviewed by The Brew.
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“I got a call that they had resolved the matter,” judge says about unpaid bills arising from a stalled Kevin Johnson project.
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Here’s an opportunity to set yourself apart from the big-talk, little-action crowd, says a longtime government attorney.
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A modern five-story building stuck in the middle of a historic mill community got a unanimous thumbs-down last night.
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Re-vote, dominated by four previously-absent commission members, means $182,000 fine will likely be negotiated down.

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