Maryland Lawyers for the Arts is marking its 25th anniversary with a “Conference on Creativity & Law” tomorrow afternoon at the American Visionary Art Museum. The conference is free and open to non-lawyers, but you need to RSVP here. Marcia ...Read More »
If you think Maryland’s legislative branch has a propensity for stifling common-sense business moves and the resulting tax benefit, no further proof need be given than its bungling of the slots referendum and implementation. The General Assembly has already put ...Read More »
Preservation groups are targeting the Baltimore Development Corp. with a letter campaign for not having a historical preservation expert on its board. In a Mar. 11 letter to Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, Baltimore Heritage Executive Director Johns Hopkins said the “BDC ...Read More »
Perhaps even more than online investing, E*Trade has become famous for its talking baby commercials, now a Super Bowl staple. Though there have been some memorable installments over the years (see, e.g., “why don’t you try reading the rules shankopotomus“), ...
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This Friday 20 Baltimore high school students are hopping on a bus to New York to present their marketing plans to Bad Boy Entertainment, rapper Sean “Diddy” Combs’ recording label. The trip is sponsored by the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship’s ...Read More »