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Celebrate Black History in Baltimore Here’s what to see and do this important month.

During February, Baltimore offers many opportunities to celebrate Black History. Museum exhibitions, special film screenings, plays and more are happening around the city. Here’s our roundup of who’s celebrating and how. Baltimore Theatre Project The experimental theater company is presenting “The Meeting,” a drama chronicling the supposed meeting of Malcolm …

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Baltimore (sorta) opens for business after Jonas As the city digs itself out, here’s where you can go (with a few of your snowy Instagram shots):

Ghost town #baltimoreblizzard A photo posted by Kristen Yeung (@kristen.yeung) on Jan 23, 2016 at 10:25am PST Over the weekend, winter storm Jonas dumped a record-breaking 29.2 inches of snow on the metro area, surpassing all past solo blizzards; that does not include the double-whammy snowstorms of 2010. As a …

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If MLK Were Here Today What do you think he would say?

Today is Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday, and it goes without saying that today, Jan. 18 2016, is much brighter than any day King ever saw. We’ve elected and re-elected the first black president. The Confederate flag no longer hangs over South Carolina. Teen Vogue recently recognized the slogan #blackgirlmagic. …

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