Thursday, November 26, 2020

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Local strategies and solutions to feed Towson during a pandemic

If you want to pitch it help your neighbors during the holidays, Delegate Cathi Forbes discusses some resources to give or receive. And education always tops her agenda.

What makes a perfect pint of local ice cream?

Taharka Brothers founder Sean Smeeton takes Nestor on a journey of flavors with the mutual love of delicious ice cream. How do they pick all of those cool flavors and combinations?

Bringing federal solutions for local problems during pandemic

Economist Anirban Basu brings sage wisdom and some real ideas and concepts for bringing back revenue and stimulating industry in the aftermath of this COVID-19 crisis.

Economist Anirban Basu brings federal solutions for local problems during pandemic

Economist Anirban Basu brings sage wisdom and some real ideas and concepts for bringing back revenue and stimulating industry in the aftermath of this COVID-19 crisis.

Searching for the secret to great local ice cream with Taharka Brothers flavor makers

Meet Kowfi Dorman-El, who has been making ice cream and serving up social change in Baltimore for nearly a decade. Did he say Pumpkin Latte is coming this month?

EPISODE 254: Smith explains power and purpose of local government to help citizens during pandemic

Two former Baltimore County Executives compare notes on crisis management from Hurricane Isabel

The power and purpose of local government to help citizens during pandemic

Former Baltimore County Executive Jim Smith explains how local government can aid and comfort constituents amidst tough conditions.

When journalists don’t cover news, local citizens lose

The Baltimore Sun has been furloughing reporters during the pandemic. Veteran local reporter Pamela Wood discusses the challenges of when the "news" goes away.

EPISODE 252: Wood tells us why local newspapers are worth saving

The state of local journalism and the future of the country are at a crossroads

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Managing a COVID crisis in Owings Mills with Steelers waiting for leftovers

Dusting off from loss to Titans, now John Harbaugh and Ravens franchise faces a massive crisis as they'll head to Pittsburgh shorthanded on Sunday. (We think...)
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In case you need a gentle reminder about why gathering for the holidays isn’t a good idea

There is a plague in progress. Please listen to science and doctors and show love to each other by wearing a mask and social distancing. But eat well and order some ice cream...

Maryland handles Old Dominion in season opener 85-67

Eric Ayala led the way with 19 points and five rebounds for the Terps, who won their 44th consecutive home opener.

Campbell, Mekari, Skura become latest Ravens added to reserve-COVID-19 list

Defensive end Calais Campbell's status was already in doubt due to the calf injury that's sidelined him since Week 9.

These tacos aren’t going to eat themselves

Many local businesses are struggling to survive and very few are actually opening doors during a pandemic. Our pal Evan Brown from State Fare just opened El Guapo in Catonsville and tells us the story of managing and moving forward during a plague.