Regina Spektor brings back her feel good music for fans
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Regina Spektor brings back her feel good music for fans

Many people, upon hearing the name Regina Spektor, do not know who the songstress is. For audiences familiar with “Orange is the New Black,” Spektor is famous for providing the opening…

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Baltimore Taxidermy Open brings the unreal to life at The Walters

Meghan Allis - The Retriever

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Baltimore Taxidermy Open brings the unreal to life at The Walters

The Second Annual Baltimore Taxidermy Open, presented by Bazaar Baltimore, was held at The Walters Art Museum this Thursday. The event featured a taxidermy competition with competitors from…

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Flooded Ellicott City businesses offer rescued goods and hope
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Flooded Ellicott City businesses offer rescued goods and hope

“Ellicott City: If you lived here, you’d love it!” insists a four-foot plastic sign hanging off a plastic fold-out table. A real estate agent dodges a picnic table…

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Archives Gold: 50 Objects for UMBC’s 50th
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Archives Gold: 50 Objects for UMBC’s 50th

This past week, the Albin O. Kuhn Library and Gallery held the last installment for the archival project, “Archives Gold: 50 Objects for UMBC’s 50th,” bringing the school’s…

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Jim’s Smoke Shop and Oddities

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Jim’s Smoke Shop and Oddities

I interviewed Jim, owner of Jim’s Smoke Shop and Oddities this past summer and since then, the store has grown tremendously.  He’s an extremely friendly guy with a…

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Return to the “Maze” with “The Fever Code”

In the book, “The Maze Runner,” Thomas wakes up in a maze to find himself among other kids called Gladers, who were forced to build their own community…

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