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Hatchet throwing lands in Towson Commons

Hatchet throwing lands in Towson Commons

With an expert throw — not too hard, not too soft — Bobby Ragot, 22, released a small hatchet, watched it spin and then thunk into a soft pine target. It’s a throw he’s made dozens of times before and will make countless times in the future. Ragot is a throwing coach at the new Stumpy’s Hatchet...

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  • Trump's impeachable offense: Ignoring climate change

    Trump's impeachable offense: Ignoring climate change

    If anything in the second decade of the 21st Century warrants impeachment of an American president, it should be this: Ignoring science and the harmful effects of climate change, and putting humanity at grave risk. That might not fit the bill under the Constitution, which allows impeachment for...

  • Rodricks: Bill Dolan, blamed for his brother's overdose, dies of one

    Rodricks: Bill Dolan, blamed for his brother's overdose, dies of one

    You could dismiss it as the voice of grief, but there’s plausibility in what Bill Dolan’s mother says — that the decision by Pennsylvania police and prosecutors to charge him with contributing to his brother’s death contributed to his own. “My son did nothing wrong,” Melina Zissimos-Leyrer wrote...

  • Wells Fargo stepping up again in Baltimore with $6 million toward homeownership

    Wells Fargo stepping up again in Baltimore with $6 million toward homeownership

    When I got to the part about Wells Fargo in “Broken Bargain,” Kathleen Day’s excellent book on American financial institutions and the disasters they have wrought, I had to ask: “How is this company still in business?” The country’s fourth-largest bank and its various entities engaged in a series...

  • Reverse Baltimore's population slide: Green more city neighborhoods

    Reverse Baltimore's population slide: Green more city neighborhoods

    Demolition seems to be Larry Hogan’s top priority when it comes to Baltimore; he gets a real kick out of it, too. The Maryland governor put on a hard hat the other day and got behind the controls of a CASE excavator to knock down an abandoned rowhouse. Not that there’s anything wrong with that....

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  • WME files antitrust lawsuit against Writers Guild, citing ‘unprecedented abuse of union authority’

    WME files antitrust lawsuit against Writers Guild, citing ‘unprecedented abuse of union authority’

    WME has filed a federal antitrust lawsuit against the Writers Guild of America, accusing the guild of engaging in an illegal group boycott in its campaign to prevent talent agencies from collecting packaging fees. WME’s complaint against the WGA West and WGA East accused the unions of conspiring...

  • 'Shocked, mortified and horrified': Noted former BSO music director David Zinman joins orchestra picket line

    'Shocked, mortified and horrified': Noted former BSO music director David Zinman joins orchestra picket line

    David Zinman, the former music director of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and a pivotal figure in the arts group’s history, visited the players’ picket line Monday to express his outrage at the efforts to shorten the orchestra’s season. “I was shocked, mortified and horrified to hear what was...

  • BSO negotiating session ends without apparent progress

    BSO negotiating session ends without apparent progress

    The first negotiating session between the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra’s management and the musicians’ union ended Friday afternoon with what a co-chair of the Players Committee described as “backwards progress.” During the three-hour bargaining session, the 75 musicians learned that their long-term...

  • The most expensive restaurants on Earth

    The most expensive restaurants on Earth

    When we’re looking to celebrate a special occasion, few things are more festive than a meal that’s a little more expensive than usual. Whether it’s a high-end chain steakhouse or that cute Italian place a few towns over, there’s no shortage of expensive restaurants that will be more than happy...

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