Baltimore, the leading location for women in business

Women in business are said to be more successful in Baltimore By Lawanda Johnson Digital Content Manager The ongoing battle for women’s equality in the world of business has been a tough battle to fight, especially within the United States. Historically speaking, men have been more likely to obtain a white-collar job inside of the…

Baltimore City Council passes lenient bill for illegal handgun carrying

By Shae McCoy Staff Writer Countless debates and heated arguing end with a forced collective agreement. By an 8-7 vote, the Baltimore City Council passed a bill that promises a tough penalty for criminals that are caught with hand guns. Originally, Mayor Pugh’s plan imposed a mandatory one year sentence for anyone carrying a handgun…

The birth, death and rebirth of Spotlight UB

The show must go on: Professor Kimberly Lynne discusses Spotlight’s fate in light of recent budget cuts By David A. Chiodaroli Staff Writer After over a decade of steady operation, Spotlight, the University of Baltimore’s theater program, has had its budget yanked. The troubling news, which was announced earlier this semester, came as a shock…

Demons of Old Town: Inside the Nevermore Haunt

Located in an old department store, the Nevermore is a haunted attraction to die for By David A. Chiodaroli Staff Writer My photographer and I arrived at our destination, a parking lot behind a block of beaten and worn rowhomes. On the outside, there didn’t seem to be anything unusual about our location, no indication…

The best haunted attractions Maryland has to offer

By David Chiodaroli Staff Writer Fall is upon us, and you know what that means. Soon, stores across the country will be selling cutesy, cheesy Halloween costumes for children, silly decorations, and candy with cartoon ghosts and witches on their wrappers. Television channels will start airing their usual line up of kid friendly Halloween movies…

A tour of the weirdest store in Baltimore

By David Chiodaroli Staff Writer The community of Hampden in North Baltimore is a fairly Bohemian town. Art galleries, coffee shops, and homely ice cream parlors abound. But tucked away in a corner of the neighborhood, behind the walls of a neon-green row home on Chestnut Avenue, is something seemingly out of a mad scientist’s…