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  • Right year, wrong document

    Right year, wrong document

    With all the tall ships and events and fireworks surrounding the week-long festivities celebrating the 200th anniversary of the Star Spangled Banner  it's easy to understand that people in the area might still be a little torqued up.

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  • Wild Pea goes pink for October

    Wild Pea goes pink for October

    Breast Cancer Awareness Month is only a couple of weeks away, and countless companies no doubt will find ways to show support — pink signage, wear pink to work days and the like. How about pink… hummus?

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Jack L.B. Gohn: Same-sex marriage; The fight to shape ‘the next shoe’

When the Supreme Court decided U.S. v. Windsor last year and invalidated part of DOMA, the federal Defense of Marriage Act (which denied same-sex marriages federal recognition), it was clearly taking an interim step.

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Joe Surkiewicz: Harford Bar Foundation doing more with less

Caught between a rock and a hard place — a growing need for civil legal help and declining resources — the Harford County Bar Foundation is looking to the community for support of its legal referral and reduced-fee programs.

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C. Fraser Smith: We unite in talking about Rice

Overheard apology of an outraged fan: “OK, one more thing and I’ll shut up. …” Tough promise to keep on the subject of Ray Rice, the Baltimore Ravens, the NFL and the videotape.

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Kavitha A. Davidson: Not hearing media women in Rice furor

The Ray and Janay Rice story has transcended sports media into the mainstream, featured everywhere from “Good Morning America” to “Fox and Friends.” But no matter the outlet, one thing has remained consistent: The conversation has been dominated by men.

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