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Daily Archives: June 25, 2008

The Nutraloaf taste test

Is the log of ground-up food served to problem inmates in prisons all over the country foul enough to constitute cruel and unusual punishment, as prisoners in lots of jurisdictions have charged? Slate has this piece in which the author ...

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Velleggia’s is back, but for how long?

After a month-long shutdown to renovate the building’s interior, Little Italy’s Velleggia’s Italian Seafood Restaurant has reopened its doors, putting to rest — at least temporarily — rumors that the 71-year-old establishment had folded.

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Adkins sworn in to top court

Saying she will be a ‘trustee’ of the citizens of Maryland, Judge Sally D. Adkins took the oath of office on Wednesday as a judge on the Court of Appeals. ‘I promise to be fair and impartial and listen with ...

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UM Law dean gives one-year notice

University of Maryland School of Law Dean Karen H. Rothenberg, the school’s first female dean in its 185-year history, said Wednesday that she will step down on June 30, 2009, after nearly a decade in the post.

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