Jackie Copeland named Executive Director of Reginald F. Lewis Museum

Jackie Copeland, who has spent three decades working for major museums nationwide and studying every aspect of how successful arts institutions operate, has been appointed Executive Director of the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture. Copeland, 71, currently the Lewis’ second in command, began...
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WBAL News Radio 1090: Harrison’s confirmation portends bright future

Editor’s note: The following commentary aired on wbal.com on March 12, 2019. Listen to the commentary. The Baltimore City Council is set to confirm Michael Harrison as Baltimore’s police commissioner. With his confirmation, Baltimore seems poised to enter a new era when it comes to crime, the reputation of the police department...
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New lion exhibit complete at Maryland Zoo

The first of three major exhibit renovation projects is now complete. Explore the totally new lion viewing area starting Saturday, March 16th. Feel the impact of floor-to-ceiling glass windows, a whole new view of the habitat of Africa’s biggest cats, and more. The renovated habitat has a totally new view for lions...
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Don’t let the Preakness leave Baltimore

There’s a better plan to invest in Baltimore. The Preakness Stakes belongs in Baltimore – where it has been run for 146 years. Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh describes it as Baltimore’s “annual Super Bowl,” with an economic impact in the tens of millions, each year, for city businesses. For one...
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Miles & Stockbridge elects 10 lawyers as Principals

Miles & Stockbridge is pleased to announce that it has elected 10 new principals from practices across the firm’s business and litigation departments. By practice group, the new principals are: Commercial and Business Litigation Laura Golden Liff Jeremy S. Scholtes Corporate, Securities and Tax Kendall A. Camuti Molly E....
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