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Baltimore's Black Restaurant Challenge attracts thousands of potential dinersno way that I thought it would be as popular as it has been,” Jenkins said, add
Baltimore Sun / Posted 22 days ago
no way that I thought it would be as popular as it has been,” Jenkins said, adding that corporate sponsors such as Visit Baltimore and the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore helped promote the monthlong event. Jenkins traced the challenge’s... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Despite Baltimore's image problems, Southwest Airlines magazine calls it 'the city you're missing'was not a pay-to-play thing.” He said he found interesting people through his o
Baltimore Sun / Posted 26 days ago
was not a pay-to-play thing.” He said he found interesting people through his own curiosity and worked with tourism bureau Visit Baltimore and the Downtown Partnership to connect with real people, businesses and organizations. Al Hutchinson, the... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Once again, Baltimore's mayor has fired a police commissioner. Will it make a difference?with 30 city agencies focused on fighting violent crime. She said Los Angeles D
Baltimore Sun / Posted a month ago
with 30 city agencies focused on fighting violent crime. She said Los Angeles Deputy Police Chief Sean Malinowski will visit Baltimore in February to provide advice. Pugh said she hoped to see more new ideas from De Sousa. “[Davis] worked... Read more

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