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Author Archives: Maximilian Franz

Maximilian Franz has been making lawyers look fine since 1999. He is a photographer, designer and courtroom sketch artist for The Daily Record.

Women’s Sabre World Cup comes to Baltimore

Marta Lasota of Silver Spring makes preparations during the Women's Sabre World Cup on Friday in Baltimore. (The Daily Record / Maximilian Franz)

On Friday, Baltimore welcomed for the first time the Women’s Sabre World Cup. A field of 170 fencing competitors from around the world gathered at the Baltimore Convention Center, including Maryland’s own Marta Lasota, a 19-year old Harvard student and ...

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Baltimore breaks up homeless encampment

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On Friday the City of Baltimore dispersed a homeless encampment along the intersection of Guilford Avenue and Bath Street in downtown Baltimore due to public health and safety concerns. Signs were posted weeks in advance to notify the group and ...

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Don’t miss these 2017 photos of the year

A robin eats berries from a tree branch in the snow in Phoenix, MD during an unexpected late season blizzard that took us all by surprise on March 14, 2017. (The Daily Record / Maximilian Franz)

From the funeral of Cardinal William Keeler to unprecedented quandaries in the State House, Maryland saw its share of major news in 2017. We also witnessed moments that define wonder and intrigue in our everyday lives.

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Santa, elves get SCUBA time at Aquarium

Patrons of the National Aquarium in Baltimore will have the opportunity to see Santa and his elves swim with the fishes in the Atlantic Coral Reef exhibit at 10 a.m. Dec. 23 and 24. Here volunteer Santa diver Lewis Kozlosky waves to ...

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Amazon delivers gifts to Baltimore for Toys for Tots

Amazon backed up its 53-foot Holiday Giving Truck to the front door of Baltimore’s City Hall on Thursday and unloaded $15,000 worth of toys for Baltimore City Council President Bernard C. “Jack” Young’s holiday reception, which benefits the U.S. Marines’ Toys for Tots program. Amazon is making a six-state donation tour to benefit organizations in need around their fulfillment centers. (The Daily Record/Maximilian Franz)

Amazon backed up its 53-foot Holiday Giving Truck to the front door of Baltimore’s City Hall on Thursday and unloaded $15,000 worth of toys for Baltimore City Council President Bernard C. “Jack” Young’s holiday reception, which benefits the U.S. Marines’ Toys ...

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