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Bears hire Monachino as senior assistant, OLBs coach

LAKE FOREST, Ill. (AP) — The Chicago Bears have hired former Indianapolis Colts defensive coordinator Ted Monachino as senior defensive assistant and outside linebackers coach. Monachino worked for new Bears defensive coordinator Chuck Pagano in Indianapolis and with him on John Harbaugh’s staff in Baltimore. He was a senior defensive analyst for Missouri last season […]
Tags: News, Sports, Indianapolis, Missouri, Indianapolis Colts, Chicago Bears, Baltimore, Lake, John Harbaugh, Ted Monachino, Chuck Pagano, Monachino

Kamala Harris Announces Run For President: ‘I’m Very Excited About It’

WASHINGTON (AP) — Kamala Harris, a first-term senator and former California attorney general known for her rigorous questioning of President Donald Trump’s nominees, entered the Democratic presidential race on Monday. Vowing to “bring our voices together,” Harris would be the first woman to hold the presidency and the second African-American if she succeeds. Harris, who grew up in Oakland, California, and is a daughter of parents from Jamaica and India, is one of the earliest high-profile Democr...
Tags: New York, News, Minnesota, Maryland, Obama, Abc, California, Washington, Senate, Massachusetts, India, San Francisco, Ap, Hillary Clinton, United States, New York Times

Sen. Kamala Harris jumps into Democratic presidential race

By JUANA SUMMERS WASHINGTON — Kamala Harris, a first-term senator and former California attorney general known for her rigorous questioning of President Donald Trump’s nominees, entered the Democratic presidential race on Monday. Vowing to “bring our voices together,” Harris would be the first woman to hold the presidency and the second African-American if she succeeds. Harris, a daughter of immigrant parents who grew up in Oakland, California, is one of the earliest high-profile Democrats to jo...
Tags: Politics, New York, News, Media, Minnesota, Maryland, Obama, Abc, California, Washington, Senate, Massachusetts, Uncategorized, California News, San Francisco, Sport

Kamala Harris launches 2020 White House bid

California senator Kamala Harris has launched her presidential campaign for 2020, adding to a crowded Democratic field dominated by a new generation of women and minority candidates. The 54-year-old former prosecutor announced her bid for the White House on Monday in an appearance on ABC's Good Morning America programme, saying "The future of our country depends on you and millions of others lifting our voices to fight for our American values. That's why I'm running for president of ...
Tags: New York, News, Maryland, Supreme Court, Congress, Abc, California, Washington, Senate, White House, America, Barack Obama, Joe Biden, United States, New Hampshire, Washington Dc

Virginia State Alumna Dr. Nardos E. King to Lead HBCU Alumni Alliance

Dr. Nardos E. King DC Metro HBCU Alumni Alliance, Inc.  Washington, D.C. — The Washington, D.C. Metro HBCU Alumni Alliance, Inc., has elected Virginia State University Alumna Dr. Nardos E. King as its new president. The Alumni Alliance was formed in 2012 to support the mission of HBCU’s by increasing the membership of participating alumni chapters; collaborating on philanthropic efforts; and promoting a higher awareness of HBCU opportunities among underprivileged, min...
Tags: Maryland, Washington, Virginia, Religion, Nike, Secondary Schools, Army, North Carolina, Baltimore, King, George Washington University, Virginia Tech, George Mason University, State University, HBCU, Old Dominion University

Citing staff, security checkpoint closed at Maryland airport

BALTIMORE (AP) — Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport says it expects “minimal, if any” problems for passengers since a security checkpoint closed because of staffing issues due to the federal government shutdown. The Transportation Security Administration says one of three BWI checkpoints was closed late Saturday until further notice due to “excessive callouts” by TSA […]
Tags: News, Maryland, Ap, Nation, Tsa, Baltimore, Transportation Security Administration, BWI

Council plays just 7 minutes, hits winning 3 in OT for UMBC

BALTIMORE (AP) — Freshman Jose Placer scored 22 points and Ricky Council II made a game-winning 3-pointer with nine seconds remaining in overtime to give UMBC a 65-64 comeback victory over Albany on Saturday. Placer made a jumper from the free-throw line at 16.9 and Devonte Campbell went 1 of 2 at the line at […]
Tags: News, Sports, Ap, Baltimore, Albany, UMBC, Devonte Campbell, Jose Placer, Ricky Council II

Cranky on the Web: Hacking Your Reservations, Southwest Computer Problems in Baltimore

A Hacker Exposed the Ancient Flaw That Makes Airlines So Hackable – Popular MechanicsI missed this when it first happened, but apparently there was some glitch through El Al that allowed this guy to hack into passenger reservations on Amadeus. I went back and forth with the author in detail about why I didn’t think this was likely as big of a deal as they’re making it sound. I’ve been trying to do more research on my own, but Amadeus won’t talk to me outside of giving me a bland statemen...
Tags: Travel, Technology, Washington Dc, Baltimore, Skype, Amadeus, Southwest, BWI, WUSA, Cranky on the Web, BWI - Baltimore

jackie robinson: "i owe more to canadians than they'll ever know."

Let me set the scene.The year is 1946. The United States is deeply segregated. The birth of civil rights movement that would begin as African-American soldiers returned to home to Jim Crow, after fighting for democracy abroad, is still a good 10 years away.Newlyweds Jackie and Rachel Robinson leave their hometown of Pasadena, California, for Florida, where Jackie will become the first African-American to play organized, professional sports in the United States. When Rachel sees "whites only" sig...
Tags: Travel, Florida, California, History, Canada, United States, Royals, Baseball, Montreal, Jack, Sam, Baltimore, Jackie, Jim Crow, Louisville, Hopper

Better option for Lamar Jackson's backup: RG3 or Tyrod Taylor?

The backup QB was an afterthought for the Ravens with the durable Joe Flacco. Now Baltimore needs to make sure it finds the right fit behind Jackson.
Tags: NFL, Baltimore, Joe Flacco, Ravens, Tyrod Taylor, Lamar Jackson

Two GOP reps meet racist troll Chuck Johnson 'to discuss genetic testing and DNA'

Two GOP congressmen met with noted white supremacist Chuck Johnson about “genetic testing and DNA,” then deny knowing he's a white supremacist. Holocaust denier and white supremacy troll Chuck Johnson, famous for lawsuit-worthy rumors he shit on the floor in public, met with Republican congressmen Andy Harris and Phil Roe on Wednesday in Capitol hill to discuss “DNA" and "genetics." Johnson is a eugenics proponent. In the photo above tweeted by Matt Fuller at HuffPost, Reps. Phil Roe of Ten...
Tags: Facebook, Chuck, Post, Politics, News, Maryland, Nbc News, Racism, Gop, Tennessee, Johnson, Baltimore, Chuck Johnson, Huffington Post, Eugenics, Matt Fuller

Super! Lamar wants to be Brady of Baltimore

Not one, not two. Lamar Jackson has his sights set on multiple Super Bowls.
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Lamar Jackson: I want to be the Tom Brady of Baltimore, win multiple Super Bowls

A year ago Lamar Jackson was in small talk to be heir to Tom Brady in New England. Now the starting quarterback is talking big about being the heir to Brady in the NFL with aspirations to bring Super Bowls to the Baltimore Ravens. Jackson spoke with Ravens' Hall of Fame linebacker Ray Lewis in December for Showtime's “Inside the NFL” on his goals in Baltimore.
Tags: News, NFL, Showtime, Tom Brady, Baltimore, Hall of Fame, New England, Baltimore Ravens, Ravens, Brady, Ray Lewis, Lamar Jackson, Baltimore Ravens Jackson

Matmos – “Silicone Gel Implant”

The last Matmos album was made entirely out of washing machine sounds. For their next trick, the experimental Baltimore duo has made an album that exclusively uses the sounds of plastic objects. It's called Plastic Anniversary, which typically indicates the first year of marriage, though it's Matmos' 25th year as a band. More »
Tags: Music, Baltimore, Matmos

Sherburne leads with 15 points, Retrievers top Binghamton

BALTIMORE (AP) — Joe Sherburne scored 15 points with nine rebounds and seven assists, leading UMBC to a 68-49 defeat of Binghamton Wednesday night, reaching three milestones during the game. Sherburne, a graduate student, became the third UMBC player in Division I to reach 1,000 points, 500 rebounds and 200 assists in a career. He […]
Tags: News, Sports, Ap, Baltimore, Binghamton, UMBC, Sherburne, Joe Sherburne

AllRealThinkers- Snappin (Video)

Baltimore collective AllRealThinkers have returned with the visual for their new single, Snappin. A song aimed at highlighting their roles at the forefront of positivity in their notorious city. Check out the bars.    
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An Existential Threat To The Baltimore Symphony?

Gregory Tucker: “What has long been hailed as Baltimore’s ‘other major league team’ is about to risk losing its major-league status. The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra’s Board of Directors, of which I was a member until this past June, has decided that Baltimore and Maryland can no longer afford a major league symphony orchestra, given what are real and persistent financial challenges. It is proposing cutting the season by 12 weeks.” – Washington Post
Tags: Art, Music, Maryland, Baltimore, Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, 01.15.19, Gregory Tucker

Southwest Airlines flights canceled, delayed due to computer issue in Baltimore

A data connectivity issue with Southwest Airlines phones and computer systems Tuesday resulted in delayed flights to and from BWI.            [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, News, Usa Today, Baltimore, Southwest Airlines, BWI

Noisem – “Eyes Pried Open”

If you ever get a chance to see the Baltimore grindcore band Noisem live, jump to it. Noisem play guttural extreme metal, but they do it with a basement-punk sense of urgency and intensity, and people go fucking nuts at their shows. It's a blast. Noisem went on a bit of a hiatus after releasing … More »
Tags: Music, Baltimore, Noisem

Another Blog on MANTS (It Takes Two)

Last week I got on a skinny little regional jet with four hefty Co-Horts from work, and with a screaming winter storm tailwind we arrived at BWI lickety split. Like the damned thing was the Concorde. Good thing. Even an hour on that plane next to my boss made an imprint of his credit card on my thigh. I would have used it to buy something online, but I know he’s at least as broke as I am. Back on the ground, we hit the ground running. MANTS is huge. Time is short. Welcome to MANTS. 956 ve...
Tags: Google, Verizon, Facebook, Gardening, Virginia, Time, Chelsea, Chicagoland, Baltimore, BWI, Susan Harris, John Hoffman, David Hoffman, Kata, What's Happening, MANTS

Redfin Ranks the 10 Hottest Affordable Neighborhoods of 2019

Most of the Country’s Most Popular Affordable Neighborhoods are in Baltimore and Philadelphia Seattle, WA – Jan. 15, 2019 (PRNewswire) (NASDAQ: RDFN) Expensive coastal hubs remain the most coveted places to live, but neighborhoods in Baltimore and Philadelphia are gaining popularity as the most desired affordable neighborhoods in 2019, according to new reports from Redfin (, the next-generation real estate brokerage. Redfin’s Hottest Affordable Neighborhoods report is an adaptati...
Tags: Real Estate, New York, Washington, Boston, Chicago, Radio, Portland, Philadelphia, Portland Oregon, Baltimore, Kensington, San Antonio, Hamilton, Redfin, Rebecca Hall, Lowell

January 16 roundup

The two new heads of the judiciary committees in the Pennsylvania legislature are nonlawyers, and the legal community appears to be fine with that [Max Mitchell, Legal Intelligencer] Long after his downfall in one of the worst U.S. legal scandals in years, Stan Chesley was still listed as holding an honored position at a major charity until a reporter started calling [Josh Nathan-Kazis, Forward, I’m quoted; update (Chesley’s name removed)] National security restrictions form an important pa...
Tags: Technology, Maryland, Law, Uncategorized, Georgia, Copyright, Pennsylvania, Silicon Valley, Lawyers, Baltimore, Mike Masnick, Clark, Carl Malamud, Chesley, Daubert, Free Trade

Baltimore church leaders handing over files amid abuse probe

BALTIMORE (AP) — Catholic leaders in Baltimore say they’ve delivered over 50,000 files to Maryland’s top law enforcement official amid an investigation into child sex abuse. At a Tuesday event for reporters, Archbishop William Lori said Baltimore’s archdiocese is cooperating fully with Attorney General Brian Frosh’s ongoing probe. Lori said any credible allegations have long […]
Tags: News, Maryland, Ap, Nation, Baltimore, Brian Frosh, Lori, William Lori

New Video: Creek Boyz “Trap Digits”

To kick off their new year, Baltimore rap group Creek Boyz serve up a new music video entitled “Trap Digits,” directed by LoveTheCulture. Following the success of their viral hit “With My Team” in 2017, which was later remixed by Lil Yachty and got them a spot on Fetty Wap’s For My Fans tour, the Creek Boyz plan to crank out more anthems in 2019. “Trap Digits” is definitely a great start. Watch after the jump… Related: New Music: Creek Boyz “Trap Digits” + “Loco” New Music: Creek Boy...
Tags: Videos, Jazz, Baltimore, 300, Lil Yachty, Creek Boyz

WOW Air Sale $49 to Europe January 2019 — But Should You Take Advantage of It?

WOW Air is offering flights from Boston, Detroit, Newark and Baltimore to Iceland — or you can travel onwards to Dublin, Brussels, Frankfurt and London — starting at $49.00 one way from Monday, January 21, 2019 through Monday, March 11, 2019... ...but you must... The post WOW Air Sale $49 to Europe January 2019 — But Should You Take Advantage of It? appeared first on The Gate.
Tags: Travel, Deals, Europe, London, Airlines, Iceland, Baltimore, Promotions, Discounts And Coupons, Boston Detroit Newark, Dublin Brussels Frankfurt

Applewhite’s tip-in basket sends SC State past Coppin State

BALTIMORE (AP) — Damni Applewhite made a tip-in basket of Janai Raynor-Powell’s missed layup with a second left to give South Carolina State a 70-68 win over Coppin State on Monday night. Cedric Council’s jumper put Coppin State on top 61-58 with 4:46 left for its last lead. Lavar Harewood tied it with a 3-pointer […]
Tags: News, Sports, Ap, Baltimore, South Carolina State, Coppin State, SC State, Applewhite, Janai Raynor Powell, Damni Applewhite, Cedric Council, Lavar Harewood

David A. Taylor's Playlist for His Book "Cork Wars"

In the Book Notes series, authors create and discuss a music playlist that relates in some way to their recently published book. Previous contributors include Jesmyn Ward, Lauren Groff, Bret Easton Ellis, Celeste Ng, T.C. Boyle, Dana Spiotta, Amy Bloom, Aimee Bender, Heidi Julavits, Hari Kunzru, and many others. David A. Taylor's Cork Warsis a surprisingly personal examination of the cork industry and espionage before World War II. Mark Athitakis wrote of the book: "Cork Wars doesn't just...
Tags: Europe, Music, Boston, David, Portugal, Army, Dropkick Murphys, Charles, Pacific, Baltimore, David Taylor, Lisbon, Miller, Frank, Tom, Atomic Books Comics Preview

Duane Morris names co-chairs of private equity group

Duane Morris LLP has named Michael C. Hardy and Nanette C. Heide as co-chairs of the private equity division of the corporate practice group. Hardy is a partner at the law firm’s Baltimore office while Heide is a partner at the New York office. PRESS RELEASE BALTIMORE and NEW YORK, January 14, 2019—Duane Morris LLP has named partners Michael C. Hardy of the firm’s Baltimore office and Nanette C. Heide of the firm’s New York office as co-chairs of the Private Equity division of the Corporate Prac...
Tags: New York, Washington, West Virginia, Trends, People, United States, Private Equity, Baltimore, Mike, Hardy, Towson University, Vanderbilt University Law School, Duane Morris LLP, Duane Morris, Nanette, SBIC

Alexander: Still an uphill battle for Chargers in L.A.

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — On the field, as long as you discount Sunday’s boat race against the Patriots, the 2018 season was an unqualified success for the Chargers. A 12-4 regular season, one playoff win, and a core of young, talented players suggest a bright future. On the streets and in the boardrooms and living rooms of L.A., do people care? When the TV ratings come in for Sunday’s Divisional Round playoff game in Foxborough, they probably will show a healthy number nationally and a slight bump in ...
Tags: California, Sports, NFL, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sport, Soccer, New York Times, San Diego, Chargers, New England Patriots, Tom Brady, Philip Rivers, Nielsen, Cleveland, Orange

Antonio Gates doesn’t want his Chargers career to end with loss to Patriots

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — A year ago as his season ended, Antonio Gates said he wanted to return for another year and talked of his goal of getting to a Super Bowl. He may have been one of the few convinced that could happen as a Charger. And after being brought back in because of Hunter Henry’s injury, and being part of a team that got within two victories of Atlanta, the 38-year-old Gates indicated Sunday afternoon he’d like at least one more crack at it, as a Charger. Sign up for Home Turf and get...
Tags: Sports, NFL, Atlanta, Sport, Soccer, Chargers, New England Patriots, Tom Brady, Philip Rivers, Rivers, Baltimore, Antonio Gates, Gates, New England, Hunter, Alexander