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  • In Hopkins lecture, Gloria Steinem outlines ways to fight the patriarchy but stumbles on question about inclusivity

    In Hopkins lecture, Gloria Steinem outlines ways to fight the patriarchy but stumbles on question about inclusivity
    Last night, anti-abortion activists held signs with the words "Did Roe really make abortion safe?" outside Shriver Hall on the Johns Hopkins University campus. They were ignored by the predominantly female crowd (a few wearing "Hopkins Feminist" T-shirts) filing into the auditorium to hear iconic women's rights and antiwar activist Gloria Steinem, who HBO recently announced would be the subject of an upcoming miniseries starring Marisa Tomei.
  • Scrapper and custodian Lloyd T. Vaughn is scraping by however he can

    Scrapper and custodian Lloyd T. Vaughn is scraping by however he can
    Lloyd T. Vaughn is one of the last people to stop by the scrapyard as twilight wraps around the horizon on a Sunday evening. There are only a few yards open on Sunday and this one shuts down early. The gates are closing behind him as he exits his dented...

    With the help of a local fashion designer, Hopkins designs a new suit to fight Ebola

    With the help of a local fashion designer, Hopkins designs a new suit to fight Ebola
    While they won't look like pieces by Versace or Gucci, new suits for fighting Ebola, designed by Johns Hopkins University with the help of local clothing designer Jill Andrews, will be on display at New York Fashion Week tomorrow. As part of the Ebola...

    Wandering Eye: A local sex shop takes on '50 Shades of Grey,' remembering Babe Ruth's local roots, and more

    Wandering Eye: A local sex shop takes on '50 Shades of Grey,' remembering Babe Ruth's local roots, and more
    A brand-new Johns Hopkins University-led study published in Plos One has found that mice inhaling electronic-cigarette vapor on a human scale, from the types of e-cigs widely available at convenience stores, showed an increased risk of viral and bacterial...

    Saxophonist Ian Sims' appropriately titled album 'Conundrum'

    Saxophonist Ian Sims' appropriately titled album 'Conundrum'
    When the Baltimore Jazz Alliance announced a composition competition in April 2013, it provided just the spark that young tenor saxophonist Ian Sims needed. He had been out of college a few years and had been playing jazz around town. He intended to...