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  • Charm City Chocolate Adds to the Sweet Life in Hampden

    After years of helping run the family chocolate business in Greenville, South Carolina, Todd and Michelle Zimmerman said they fell in love with the idea of starting their own chocolate shop in Baltimore. Earlier this year, they opened Charm City Chocolate with the idea of bringing uniqueness to ...

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  • Rev. Jamal Bryant Told to Leave Baltimore…Or Else

    (Updated 5/29/2016) In a video uploaded by local activist group Baltimore Blocc on May 25, a local activist orders the Rev. Jamal Bryant, pastor of one of the largest churches in Baltimore and one of the stars of an upcoming talk show on Fox, to get out of Baltimore or face the consequences. ...

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  • MARYLAND ZOO WELCOMES CHEETAH BROTHERS

    BALTIMORE, MD – The Maryland Zoo is happy to announce that two male cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus), have arrived from the San Diego Wildlife Safari Park to take up residence in the African Journey section of the Zoo.  Refu (Ray-fu) and Wgasa (Wa-gasa) were born at the San Diego Safari Park in July ...

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  • Ballot Errors Stain April Vote

    Baltimore is one step closer to re-certifying the Democratic and Republican primary elections held on April 28. The Maryland State Board of Elections released results of their review of the local election tally   this week and according to the report, 1188 provisional ballots were incorrectly ...

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  • Nero Verdict: Mosby Overreach or Media Overeaction?

    Earlier this week, when Officer Edward Nero, one of six officers indicted in the death of Freddie Gray, was cleared of all charges many in the mainstream media seemed to be preparing for violence to erupt on the streets of Baltimore. In fact, I saw more than one cable network broadcast re-rack ...

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  • AFRO to Launch New Clean Block Campaign

    The latest incarnation of the AFRO’s Clean Block will launch on June 4 with a press conference held in front of the Baltimore AFRO at 2519 N. Charles, Baltimore, Md. The AFRO’s Clean Block program began in 1934 as a way to beautify Baltimore and ran for several decades. As the AFRO wrote in ...

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