Week in Review: 10 Baltimore Stories You Might’ve Missed

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meangirlsOh, the perils of instant communication. With one click, you’re getting canned unicorn meat in an hour. The next, you’re off the team for threatening the freshmen.

Need the online wares delivered right now? Amazon’s new Baltimore service brings the goods in an hour.

No one wants this 22-story building in downtown Baltimore, but Rachel Monroe sees lots of potential. Indoor roller coaster? Yes, please.

Josh Hershkovitz of Hersh’s Pizza talks about “de-Texasfy”ing his space, and what he loves about Baltimore.

Ben Carson doesn’t even have a presidential campaign yet, but a staffer already got fired for taking Obama-bashing too far.

Lacrosse season brought scandal at UMBC. Five women’s lacrosse players were suspended after sending threatening texts to freshman teammates, and one of the team’s coaches is also on leave.

UM-College Park had its own digital communication issues. A racist, sexist e-mail galvanized the campus.

A Mt. Vernon establishment is going to close. Before it pours the final drink, Jay’s on Read got a fitting send-off.

A Cape Cod on Blythewood Road. Cynthia McIntyre takes us through this week’s $3 million Hot House.

Molly Shattuck’s trial on rape charges was supposed to begin next week, but it’s been rescheduled for June.

Amy Langrehr finds all the natural cures at Zensations by Jen.


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