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  • Orioles Promotional Nights, Druid Hill Park Disc Golf, Nationwide Demolition Derby, and more

    Orioles Promotional Nights. Those Orioles sure gave us a hell of a ride last year, right? And so far this year, things have been going pretty well too, fresh off a West Coast trip that yielded seven wins out of 11 games. Obviously you should be trying...
  • Assateague Island National Seashore, North Point State Park, Rehoboth Beach, and more

    Assateague Island National Seashore, 7206 National Seashore Lane, Berlin, (410) 641-1441, nps.gov/asis. Want to go to the beach, but want to avoid the scads of people who come and go each week? Lucky for you snobs and/or hermits, there's Assateague...
  • United Steelworkers backs retiree organization

    The United Steelworkers (USW) has pledged to fund a meeting space for retirees of the now-defunct Sparrows Point steelworks, even if the Dundalk Avenue union halls that housed their locals for half-a-century are sold. "We are committed to making sure...
  • Two young Conaways, scions of Baltimore political dynasty, face drug-dealing charges

    It's rare to have as many elected officials in one's immediate family as do 20-year-old Frank Melvin Conaway III and 24-year-old Lacynda Ellaquinne Conaway. Their father is state Del. Frank M. Conaway Jr. (D-40th District), their grandfather is longtime...
  • Insurer sues court over failure to enforce collections law

    Lexington National Insurance Corporation has sued the District Court of Maryland-and its chief clerk, Roberta Warnken-claiming Warnken did not follow the law and cost Maryland citizens "in excess of $1 million." The dispute is about an obscure deadline...
  • Catherine Grason, Windhand, Cornelius the Third, E. Joseph and the Phanton Heart, and more

    WEDNESDAY: Catherine Grason plays acoustic at Joe Squared, which reopens following a week of renovations. Horse Lords and Twig Harper open for Wolf Eyes at the Metro Gallery. Virginia Beach band Woodwork plays the 8x10 with locals DELTAnine and Moogatu....
  • Belinda Conaway

    When City Councilmember Belinda Conaway (D-7th District) this year sued the Examiner newspapers and Baltimore blogger Adam Meister for defamation over Meister’s revelation that she’d signed affidavits that her principal residence was her...
  • City Paper's Guide to getting your rod and reel wet this summer

    So, you haven’t been fishing in a while. Maybe you used to fish and you remember the fun—especially the actual catching fish part of it—but it’s been a long time. Maybe you’re new around here, or you just haven’t fished...
  • Baltimore Farmers Market and Bazaar, Druid Hill Farmers Market, Dundalk Village Farmers Market and more.

    Baltimore City Baltimore Farmers Market and Bazaar, 7 a.m.-noon Sundays May 22-Dec. 18, beneath the Jones Falls Expressway at Holliday and Saratoga streets, (410) 752-8632, bop.org. Baltimore Museum of Industry Farmers Market, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturdays May...
  • County favorite returns in fine form

    The Grille at Peerce's 12460 Dulaney Valley Road, Phoenix, (410) 252-7111, thegrilleatpeerces.com More at weekly.citypaper.com You hear it the moment you enter The Grille at Peerce’s: “Omigod! Hi!” (Hug.) This greeting doesn’t...
  • A new "neighborhood nuisance" law targets noise, hijinks, beer pong

    The constant bass next door is so loud it makes the pots and pans rattle. The screaming couple across the street wakes you up every night. The meatheads down the block throw raucous house parties. These chronic annoyances are the sort that a new city...
  • One woman's terrifying pot-smuggling saga

    Jean Therese Brown’s undoing began on Christmas Day 2008, when she arranged for about a half-million dollars in cash to be flown by couriers from Baltimore-Washington International Airport to Jamaica. Since then, court documents show, the 41-year-...