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  • Tubman for the 20? A City Councilman launches a social media blitz

    Tubman for the 20? A City Councilman launches a social media blitz
    Baltimore is pushing hard to put abolitionist and underground railroad icon Harriet Tubman's portrait on the 20-dollar bill, replacing the War of 1812 hero, Indian-remover, central-bank-vetoer, Democratic Party-founder, and no longer stylish Andrew Jackson.
  • The Mail 4/1/15

    The Mail 4/1/15
    Benched Slogan Your amazing study of city benches and the U.S. Census was a novel and important means of exploring Baltimore neighborhoods, changing demographics, and landscape (“Benchmarks Revisited,” Feature, Match 25). This article is...

    Wandering Eye: The end of the '15-minute rule' in Baltimore, the sad backstory of the NSA shooting, and more

    Wandering Eye: The end of the '15-minute rule' in Baltimore, the sad backstory of the NSA shooting, and more
    By next month, double-parking near a school—or leaving your car running while stopped in a traffic lane—could garner a $250 fine. The City Council passed a bill yesterday to suspend the "15-minute rule" on the blocks adjacent to schools,...

    No grades for Baltimore restaurants after City Council bill fails to collect enough votes

    No grades for Baltimore restaurants after City Council bill fails to collect enough votes
    The City Council narrowly rejected a bill tonight that would have mandated the posting of health inspection grades in restaurants. The bill needed eight votes from the council, but it received only seven. Six members voted against, Councilman William...

    Council approves body camera and bag-ban bills

    The City Council Monday night passed one bill equipping police officers with body cameras, and another banning plastic bags from the city, with exceptions for carry-out restaurants. Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has promised to veto both bills, but it...