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  • Man swims naked in Baltimore's Inner Harbor

    Man swims naked in Baltimore's Inner Harbor

    In April, an unidentified man was seen jogging naked through the city streets. On Wednesday, a man swam naked in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. Baltimore Sun photographer Kim Hairston happened to be on assignment near the Maryland Science Center at about 9:40 a.m. and caught the man on camera. It wasn’t...

  • Maryland Rep. Andy Harris praises Trump's Russia summit, bashes press

    Maryland Rep. Andy Harris praises Trump's Russia summit, bashes press

    President Donald J. Trump’s appearance with Russian President Vladimir Putin has drawn broad condemnation from Democratic and Republicans alike. Senator John McCain, a Republican from Arizona, called Trump’s actions Monday at the Helsinki summit “one of the most disgraceful performances by an American...

  • A message for Hagerstown's anti-Muslim mayor

    A message for Hagerstown's anti-Muslim mayor

    Dear Hagerstown mayor Robert Bruchey II: Recently, you wrote on your Facebook page that you didn’t blame President Donald Trump for canceling a January trip to London, and you posted a picture of London’s mayor, the first Muslim elected to the post, followed by this comment: “Who would want to...

  • What they're saying about Maryland native, Brewers pitcher Josh Hader's offensive tweets

    What they're saying about Maryland native, Brewers pitcher Josh Hader's offensive tweets

    Milwaukee Brewers left-hander Josh Hader entered Tuesday night’s All-Star Game as one of baseball’s top relievers. The Old Mill graduate left it as something of a pariah. After Hader gave up a tie-breaking three-run home run in the eighth inning at Nationals Park in Washington, several of the homophobic,...

  • Disappearing Baltimore: 100 images you'll never see again

    Disappearing Baltimore: 100 images you'll never see again

    Haussner's. Hutzler's. The Gwynn Oak Amusement Park. Over the decades in Baltimore, institutions, attractions, activities, even whole industries have come and gone. For a glimpse of what you'll likely never see again, pore through these archive images in and around Charm City.

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