Top Stories: Trump-Baltimore Connections; Ravens Renderings; A Doughnut Shop; and Grilled Cheese

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Like it was everywhere else, speculation surrounding Donald Trump’s administration was high on the list of reader interest this week in Baltimore. Two of our top 10 stories of the week involved potential top Trump aides. Ed Gunts ended last week reporting¬†that Reed Cordish is in talks to join the administration, and started this week with a look at real estate investments in Baltimore by Trump’s son-in-law/senior advisor Jared Kushner. Here’s a look at the other top stories:

Ethan McLeod – The yacht from Caddyshack is for sale in Pasadena

Ed Gunts – Ravens unveil renderings of M&T Stadiums $120M improvements

Ethan McLeod – Hampden’s newest doughnut shop opens Monday

Ethan McLeod – Michael Phelps got married a third time

Ethan McLeod – Fighting for Recognition: Baltimore’s overlooked Native Americans

Ethan McLeod – Grilled cheese standoff incites barricade in Dundalk

Robert O’Brien – The New Port Covington bike path will glow in the dark

Cindy Crenshaw – Baltimore native makes his Broadway debut in smash musical

Stephen Babcock

Stephen Babcock is the editor of Baltimore and an editor-at-large of Baltimore Fishbowl.

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