Summer days seem closer, and everyone started making their plans. It’s the Week in Review for April 10-17.
Dreaming of the beach, and some property there? Cythnia McIntyre takes you to a house in Rehoboth. It’s on the market.
The superrich have a new playground this summer. Maryland legislators cleared the channel for mega-yachts to sail on Baltimore’s harbor.
The Battle of the Bacon, Egg and Cheese is on and Towson Hot Bagel is in the running.
Former Walters Art Museum Director Gary Vikan revisits his wonder years at Woodstock. Dig it.
Presidential campaign season is upon us, and Martin O’Malley still hasn’t made an official announcement. But with all the shots he’s taking at Hillary, it seems like he’s campaigning. Even SNL mentioned the former Maryland governor. When will he sing a different tune?
Walter Scott’s death led West Baltimore artist Loring Cornish to set up a public art installation outside his gallery featuring black dolls hanging from trees. Is it too loud?
Maryland’s free-range parents were back in the news. The Meitivs’ children ended up back in protective services after they were allowed to walk home from a park unsupervised. But the family has supporters, with some critics crying “government intrusion.”
The Washington Monument’s cornerstone went back in the ground this week. Replacing newspapers, 3-D printed George Washingtons were put inside.
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