Mary Carole McCauley, The Baltimore Sun

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Baltimore, MD, United States

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Past articles by Mary:

Two men shot Friday in Taneytown

Two men were shot Friday afternoon in Taneytown and were airlifted to a hospital for treatment. → Read More

Hot property: Buyers can add finishing touches to this new home in Annapolis near Quiet Waters Park

Buyers will be able to add the finishing touches to this brick Colonial home, ensuring that it is just the way they like it on moving day. → Read More

State recommends $92,000 settlement for lawsuit filed by an inmate who was choked in Baltimore corrections facility

In 2019, an inmate lost consciousness after a corrections officer placed her in an illegal chokehold. → Read More

Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott leads Martin Luther King Jr. Day Parade after initial cancellation

Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott led off the triumphant Martin Luther King Jr. Day Parade on Monday that he had promised city residents he would deliver. → Read More

Donna Drew Sawyer resigns as embattled CEO of BOPA; board plans search for successor

Donna Drew Sawyer ended four years of tumultuous leadership Tuesday when she resigned as CEO of the Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts (BOPA). → Read More

Five things to know about the Baltimore Office of Promotion & the Arts and how it works with the city

The organization has a 20-year history but has managed to stay under the radar for many Baltimoreans. Until now. → Read More

Baltimore’s MLK Parade is back on. But the city and BOPA hardly appear to be in lockstep.

The decision to cancel the parade has been almost universally condemned. What is far less clear is who actually made that decision and if the fallout will cost the BOPA leader her job. → Read More

The Parkway Theatre faces an uncertain future after ceasing operations and laying off staff

The Parkway Theatre is in danger of becoming the Baltimore arts community’s first major casualty of the COVID-19 pandemic, as theater operators have canceled all film screenings indefinitely after Jan. 1 and laid off most of its staff in an effort to stem the financial drain. → Read More

Hot property: Custom-built Dutch colonial-inspired estate lists for $1,090,000 in Bel Air

The home in the Glenangus community consists of three buildings with all-brick exteriors on a thickly wooded lot. → Read More

Baltimore Backstage: Farewell to Rep Stage, BMA exhibit goes national, and Howard student performs at Carnegie Hall

While there is plenty of news from the local arts community this week to warm the spirit, local theater lovers are mourning the planned demise of an anchor institution. → Read More

Hot property: Annapolis home with Old World touches plus water views for $3.3 million

Though the home was built in 2006, it makes a nod to the city’s past with graceful period touches. → Read More

Baltimore Backstage: Where to go for your Ho! Ho! Ho! A guide to holiday shows for 2022

The 2022 holiday entertainment season in Baltimore is already underway. → Read More

Baltimore Circuit Court hears arguments in lawsuit by Walters Museum employees who contend they work for city government

The judge overseeing Wednesday's hearing said he would issue a written ruling, but did not provide a time frame for his decision. → Read More

Hot property: Custom home in Annapolis offers panoramic views of the South River and Duvall Creek

Few homes have views of the outdoors as breathtaking as this three-story home in the Fishing Creek Farm community. → Read More

Baltimore home where Tupac Shakur lived as a teen is for sale

The two-unit home in Baltimore where the late rap legend Tupac Shakur lived as a teen is for sale. → Read More

Hot property: Baltimore townhouse with 600-square-foot rooftop deck lists for $895,000

This stunning and unusual Canton townhome is simultaneously streamlined and warm. → Read More

Baltimore arts groups are taking their acts on the road in new effort to meet audiences where they are — at home

The programs reflect a renewed emphasis on community outreach by organizations like Chesapeake Shakespeare and the BSO. → Read More

Hot property: New Craftsman-style home with custom finishes is within walking distance of downtown Annapolis

This is the second of six planned homes in the new Terrapin Station development, just a stone's throw from Annapolis attractions. → Read More

Hot property: Newly built home on Mill Creek in Arnold lists for $2.2 million

The home features an open floor plan and energy-efficient features. It also includes a sand beach and a private pier. → Read More

Hot property: Newly renovated 100-year-old Guilford home lists for $1.76 million

This 1922 house exudes charm from its pitched green roof to the grand, winding staircase in the foyer. → Read More