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Law blog roundup

Welcome to the start of what looks to be a very sticky week. We’ll be hit with Maryland’s three summer “h’s” – hot, humid and hazy. Here are this week’s hot legal news links. The legal profession keeps getting more ...

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Top 5: Penn National, Sonar and urban shrimp farming

A popular Baltimore music venue and nightclub reopened after neglecting to renew its liquor license, and a new take on shrimp farming… in Hampden. Those stories and more in this week’s business top 5. 1. Penn National close to selling Maryland ...

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Sonar nightclub renews liquor license, reopens

Baltimore nightclub Sonar is open for business again, complete with its liquor license in time for two sold-out shows this week. The new license allowed the club to start selling alcohol Monday. Michael Stewart, one of the minority owners of ...

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The Daily Record News Quiz – May 2-6

Have you been keeping up with The Daily Record’s news this week? Take our 10-question weekly news quiz in this new interactive feature. Leave a comment below and tell us how many questions you got right!

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Sonar founder Fisher says he’s not to blame for nightclub closing

Baltimore nightclub Sonar abruptly shut down Wednesday, but founder Lonnie Fisher said he’s not to blame for not renewing its liquor license. Club managers made the announcement via Sonar’s Facebook page, saying that Fisher did not renew the club’s liquor ...

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