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  • After the Uprising, the Mondawmin Career Center gets back to work

    After the Uprising, the Mondawmin Career Center gets back to work
    Two of the primary cries among those protesting police brutality in Baltimore are “no justice, no peace” and “we need jobs.” Justice, though complex, imperfect, and sometimes heartbreaking, is the easy part. Jobs are harder.
  • City leaders, school officials, and the ACLU pressure Hogan on school funding

    City leaders, school officials, and the ACLU pressure Hogan on school funding
    Here is a news flash: Baltimore’s politicians, school officials, and activists would like, please, for Gov. Larry Hogan to release $11.6 million they say the state owes the school system under the state funding formula.  “We stand here today...

    Why a New York orthodontist has a half-billion dollar hold on Baltimore

    Why a New York orthodontist has a half-billion dollar hold on Baltimore
    The lot at the corner of West Lexington and North Schroeder streets is empty but for a deteriorating sign announcing a hearing about the consolidation of the building lots. It has been one year since the first permits were applied for, to consolidate...

    Wandering Eye: On Kendrick Lamar's new video, Dan Deacon weighs in on the Orioles, and more

    Wandering Eye: On Kendrick Lamar's new video, Dan Deacon weighs in on the Orioles, and more
    We've been thinking a lot more about video on our mobile site this week, mostly because it's something that the website can finally handle after many readers rightfully complained that the clip of Bill Cosby being heckled was unavailable on the mobile...

    Op-Alt: The injustice of a two-tiered education system in Baltimore City

    Op-Alt: The injustice of a two-tiered education system in Baltimore City
    “Class size doesn’t matter,” said no teacher ever. At Southwest Baltimore Charter School and City Neighbors High School (also a charter school), we have an average of 23 students in our sixth-grade literacy and ninth-grade English...