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A Baltimore teen learns 3D printing through after-school technology workshops

by Molly Wood Mar 12, 2019
Closing the digital divide, one kid at a time.
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Baltimore subway closure exposes deeper problems

by Amy Scott Feb 23, 2018
Transit advocates say the city's system perpetuates inequality.
The Penn-North Metro Subway Station in West Baltimore is among those closed for emergency track repairs.
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A Baltimore program tries to help unmarried couples with children build more stable relationships

by Amy Scott Dec 12, 2017
There's a marriage divide in the US that's leaving many working-class and poor kids "doubly disadvantaged," a researcher says.
Tanisha Asamu (left) and Robert Johnson pick up their kids after a relationship class at Baltimore's Center for Urban Families.
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The Big Book

Preserving America's movie going history

by Kai Ryssdal and Emily Henderson Sep 21, 2017
Photographer Amy Davis talks about her photo book on the fate of historic movie theaters.
Filmgoers queueing to see Fritz Lang's film 'Man Hunt' in 1941.
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What it was like to have Jared Kushner as a landlord

by Kai Ryssdal May 26, 2017
Reporter Alec MacGillis spent time with tenants of the Kushner's Baltimore properties.
Senior White House adviser Jared Kushner.
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The civil rights divide over charter schools

by Amy Scott Jan 12, 2017
As the charter movement grows, the NAACP has called for a moratorium.
Julieanna Nelson-Saunders, 11, attends KIPP Ujima Village Academy, a public charter middle school in Baltimore.
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Employers team up to address inequality in Baltimore

by Amy Scott May 13, 2016
Johns Hopkins initiative aims to bring more jobs to distressed neighborhoods.
John Hopkins medical worker William Glover-Bey.
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By The Numbers

When movie stars are your teachers

by Janet Nguyen Apr 26, 2016
Here are the numbers we’re reading and watching for Tuesday.

Landing a job in Baltimore despite a criminal record

by Amy Scott Apr 26, 2016
Turnaround Tuesday works with local businesses to help ex-offenders get work.
A man walks past a mural dedicated to Freddie Gray on Monday in Baltimore, Maryland.
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Baltimore businesses reopen with help from the city

by Noel King Nov 25, 2015
A large number of business damaged in the Baltimore riots have reopened.
Months after the unrest in Baltimore, the city's Economic Development Commission reports back on business recovering from the riots.
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