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Meet Drew Lazor, Harford County native and Philly food writer

Meet Drew Lazor, Harford County native and Philly food writer

He’s quick to tell you he’s no expert. But with more than a decade of experience covering the food and beverage scene in Philadelphia, and a new book to boot, it’s hard to call Drew Lazor, who grew up in Bel Air, anything other than that. Need to know which chef has worked where? Ask him. He’ll...

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  • Witcover: Hubert Humphrey's fateful blunder 50 years ago

    Witcover: Hubert Humphrey's fateful blunder 50 years ago

    Half a century ago last week, Richard Nixon was narrowly elected president over Democrat Hubert Humphrey. In the final days of that 1968 campaign. Humphrey obtained FBI surveillance that, if disclosed, might well have defeated Nixon. But he never used it, and Nixon ran the country for nearly six...

  • TV news is as much to blame for democracy's decline as the president

    TV news is as much to blame for democracy's decline as the president

    Much is being made of the president’s targeting of CNN’s Jim Acosta, but TV news bears as much blame as anyone for our democracy’s dystopian decline, culminating in the presidency of an ignoramus with a personality disorder. With Congress supine and the courts packed by Sen. Mitch McConnell, readily...

  • Goldberg: Midterms set the table for a crazy 2020 race

    Goldberg: Midterms set the table for a crazy 2020 race

    Strap in, it's all going to get crazier. More than a week after the final votes were cast (but not necessarily counted), it's now looking like the Democrats had a blue wave after all. It didn't seem like it at first. Election night was more of an emotional roller coaster than you'd expect in a...

  • Maglev is 'totally doable' in Northeast corridor

    Maglev is 'totally doable' in Northeast corridor

    Since I arrived in Maryland 35 years ago, traffic congestion has increased almost exponentially. Yet relatively nothing has been done to alleviate the congestion problem. This is because very little can be done to accommodate a doubling or tripling of the number of vehicles. The simple reason for...

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  • Airbnb says revenue for 3rd quarter was best ever, topping $1 billion

    Airbnb says revenue for 3rd quarter was best ever, topping $1 billion

    Airbnb had its best quarter ever, even as cities across the U.S. have started clamping down on the short-term rental market. Revenue during the third quarter breezed past the $1 billion level as guest reservations boomed internationally in places like Beijing, Mexico City and Birmingham, England,...

  • Maryland's jobless rate drops in October

    Maryland's jobless rate drops in October

    The state’s unemployment rate was 4.1 percent in October, down a tenth of a percent from the previous month’s rate and 0.2 percent from a year before, numbers that are historically low but remain above the national average. The national unemployment rate was 3.7 percent for October, down about...

  • Potential Baltimore maglev station locations narrowed; Port Covington out of the running

    Potential Baltimore maglev station locations narrowed; Port Covington out of the running

    Federal regulators considering the proposed magnetic levitation or “maglev” train between Washington and Baltimore — which backers say could cut travel between the two cities to 15 minutes — have narrowed the list of potential station locations in both cities. In Baltimore, a potential station...

  • Refined plans for Rash Field in Baltimore's Inner Harbor move ahead

    Refined plans for Rash Field in Baltimore's Inner Harbor move ahead

    Upgrades planned for Rash Field, the multi-purpose swath on the south shore of Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, have been refined and could get underway next fall, according to the Waterfront Partnership, a city nonprofit leading the work. The plan calls for an overhaul of the pavilion, the replacement...

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  • Amy Schumer hospitalized with pregnancy condition, cancels performance in Texas

    Amy Schumer hospitalized with pregnancy condition, cancels performance in Texas

    Comedian Amy Schumer revealed she’s been hospitalized with a pregnancy complication but assured fans she’s doing OK. The comic, who is currently expecting her first child, was forced to cancel a scheduled performance in Texas due to Hyperemesis Gravidarum, a condition that often involves serious...

  • Port Discovery Children's Museum to begin construction on two new exhibits early next year

    Port Discovery Children's Museum to begin construction on two new exhibits early next year

    Port Discovery Children’s Museum is slated to open two new immersive exhibits and several improved amenities in late spring of next year and will begin construction in January, according to a recent release. Beginning on Jan. 2, the museum will work to replace its current Kidworks exhibit with...

  • Adults-only Camp John Waters set to return

    Adults-only Camp John Waters set to return

    Camp John Waters, a chance for determined reprobates to make like one of the best, will be returning in summer 2019. Set for Sept. 13-16 in the Berkshire Mountains of Connecticut, the sleepover camp for adults 21 and older “promises to be dirtier, filthier, raunchier and longer than ever before,"...

  • Why an anti-Semitic outburst at 'Fiddler on the Roof' is particularly notable

    Why an anti-Semitic outburst at 'Fiddler on the Roof' is particularly notable

    A man shocked theatergoers and alarmed members of Baltimore’s Jewish community when he shouted a pro-Nazi and pro-Trump salute during a performance at the Hippodrome Theatre on Wednesday night. The incident, during which the man shouted “Heil Hitler, Heil Trump,” was especially notable because...

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