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Tag Archives: Baltimore

A marathon post

I’d love to write about how I’m getting ready to run the Baltimore Marathon. But I can’t because, frankly, that would be a lie. In all truth, I drive 26.2 miles and I’ve got stop twice to use the bathroom ...

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A marathon post

I’d love to write about how I’m getting ready to run the Baltimore Marathon. But I can’t because, frankly, that would be a lie. In all truth, I drive 26.2 miles and I’ve got stop twice to use the bathroom ...

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New York Times upsets Bill Struever

Bill Struever was a little riled up Thursday morning as he addressed folks who were about to take the Baltimore Development Corp.’s 2007 Baltimore City Real Estate Tour. What had the founder of Struever Bros. Eccles & Rouse upset was ...

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New York Times upsets Bill Struever

Bill Struever was a little riled up Thursday morning as he addressed folks who were about to take the Baltimore Development Corp.’s 2007 Baltimore City Real Estate Tour. What had the founder of Struever Bros. Eccles & Rouse upset was ...

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No questions for health

Dr. Joshua Sharfstein, commissioner of the Baltimore City Health Department, is the latest guest blogger to present his “audacious idea” on the new blog of the same name. Sharfstein centers his post on his frustration with the dearth of health-related ...

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No questions for health

Dr. Joshua Sharfstein, commissioner of the Baltimore City Health Department, is the latest guest blogger to present his “audacious idea” on the new blog of the same name. Sharfstein centers his post on his frustration with the dearth of health-related ...

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Downtown Partnership: "Center Plaza has growth potential"

Strolling downtown (PDF), I’ve often marveled at the way the crowds thin out as I make my way away from the Inner Harbor up Charles Street. Sure, the area around City Hall — and lately the area around Charles Center ...

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Downtown Partnership: "Center Plaza has growth potential"

Strolling downtown (PDF), I’ve often marveled at the way the crowds thin out as I make my way away from the Inner Harbor up Charles Street. Sure, the area around City Hall — and lately the area around Charles Center ...

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‘Audacious ideas,’ anyone?

Want to know who has the most “audacious ideas” to improve Baltimore? If so, you might want to connect with Audacious Ideas, a new blog launched by the Open Society Institute-Baltimore that was created to stimulate ideas and discussion about ...

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‘Audacious ideas,’ anyone?

Want to know who has the most “audacious ideas” to improve Baltimore? If so, you might want to connect with Audacious Ideas, a new blog launched by the Open Society Institute-Baltimore that was created to stimulate ideas and discussion about ...

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