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COVID In Maryland: Cases Increase By More Than 200 In A Day

Maryland reported 244 new COVID-19 cases and four new deaths, according to state health department data released Monday morning. It’s the ninth straight day the state has reported over 100 new cases.

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Flying Dog Just Released Its First Non-A...

We can't believe it's not beer! Or can we?

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Flags to Be Placed on the National Mall ...

The exhibit will be open to the public from September 17, 2021 to October 3, 2021.

National News
5 Apps to Help You Stay Safe During a Hurricane

Find cheap gas, connect with nearby residents, and get the fastest alerts for impending danger in your area using these apps.

Tech
7 of DC's Most Commonly Mispronounced Pl...

Have you ever wondered if it's "Dupont" or "DuPont" Circle? Wondered how to pronounce Gallaudet or Grosvenor? You're not alone! We're here to clear up the confusion with seven of D.C.'s commonly mispronounced places (and misspelled ones, too)!

Local Culture
Smithsonian Museums to End Timed-Entry P...

Beginning on July 20, you won’t have to plan ahead to visit museums on the National Mall. The Smithsonian is getting rid of the timed-entry pass requirement for many of its museums in D.C. 

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Survivors of Capital Gazette shooting, victims’ relatives sue

The families of five Maryland newspaper employees killed in a mass shooting in 2018 and most of the surviving employees who were in the Capital Gazette newsroom during the attack have filed two lawsuits alleging a parent company did not do enough to prevent the attack.

News
Blue Angels Are Back for Naval Air Stati...

Save the date: September 18 and 19, 2021. The Blue Angels are back!

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Transportation panel to reconsider Gov. ...

The National Capital Region Transportation Planning Board (TPB) is set to reconsider Governor Larry Hogan's Traffic Relief Plan during their July 21 meeting.

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Gunman found criminally responsible for killing 5 at Maryland pap...

A jury on Thursday found the gunman who killed five people at a Maryland newspaper criminally responsible, rejecting

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Governor Larry Hogan Loses Bid to Cancel...

A Baltimore Circuit Court Judge has granted an injunction preventing the Maryland Department of Labor from canceling unemployment benefits early.

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Summer Sweets: The Prigel Family Creamer...

Few things help beat the Maryland summer heat like the amazing summer sweet treats we're known for, like the fresh, homemade ice cream from Prigel Family Creamery, one of the stops on Maryland's Best Ice Cream Trail.

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State Articles
COVID-19 In Maryland: State Reports Over...

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) — Maryland reported 183 new COVID-19 cases and five new deaths, according to state health department data released Friday morning. It’s the fourth straight day the state ...

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Let’s Go! Music Festival brings Smash Mouth, Gin Blossoms and Sug...

Music Festival at the Anne Arundel County Fairgrounds in Crownsville, Maryland, on Friday ... a nonprofit that supports veterans, and the Annapolis Musicians Fund for Musicians, which provides ...

Events
Wellness: How to Treat Sunburns at Home

Summer days spent outside often mean the occasional sunburn, no matter how careful you are. Here are some simple home remedies to make you feel better.

Wellness
Baltimore Extends Carryout Cocktail Allo...

In a hearing Monday, the Baltimore County Board of Liquor License Commissioners passed an ordinance to continue carryout alcohol in the city.

Local News
Baltimore's Mount Vernon Neighborhood Is Getting a New Restaurant

Eat.Drink.Relax is scheduled to open in August. The previous owners of City Cafe are bringing a new dining experience to Mount Vernon.

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COVID-19 In Maryland: No Deaths Reported...

Maryland reported 79 new COVID-19 cases and zero new deaths, according to state health department data released Monday morning. It's the second day in a row the state has reported no new deaths.

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Slang Terms From the 1920s That We Need ...

It's been nearly 100 years since the Roaring Twenties, an era where flappers, speakeasies, and mobsters reigned supreme. A time where there was a cultural shift away from tradition into a "modern" age of rebellion, which came in the forms of the cinema, radio, automobiles, jazz, and, most importantly, new slang terms.

Local Culture
DC road and site closures ahead of Fourth of July holiday celebra...

The National Park Service has announced road closures ahead of the upcoming Fourth of July holiday celebrations.

News
Our Marylanders Then: Divine

This week's featured Marylander is drag icon Divine.

Local Culture
Pet-Friendly Getaway Spots: Kill Devil H...

Just a few hours away from DC, Maryland, and Virginia, the Outer Banks of North Carolina are a great place to take your beach-loving dogs.

Travel
Ocean City Ferris Wheel Taken Down After Zoning Dispute

The "Big Wheel" had to be taken down because it was operating over town property.

Local News
Bark Social to Open Second Location in B...

The company's second dog park will be located in Canton, and will feature a climate-controlled indoor area.

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National Articles
2 Brand-New 'Harry Potter' Virtual Reali...

Get your wands ready! You are about to experience, MAGIC!!

Gaming
The Cleveland Indians Will Now Be Known ...

It's the end of an era—the Cleveland Indians will be no more ... the name, that is. At the end of the 2021 season, they will assume their new namesake, the Cleveland Guardians.

Sports
Chipotle Celebrates Olympians With Gold Foil Wrappers

For a limited time beginning on July 23, Chipotle will be wrapping its signature burritos in gold foil. Fans can also order special menu items created by Olympic athletes competing in the summer games.

Products & Promotions
'Lupin' Season 2 Review: 'Aladdin' Meets...

A review of season 2 of Netflix's "Lupin," a French mystery drama of good, old-fashioned deception: disguises, secret maps, codes, and classic misdirection are all ingredients in the recipe that continues to charm and entertain us.

TV
Florida Condo Collapse: Victims to Recei...

A judge is expediting the case in order to get money to the victims as quickly as possible.

National News
8 Mind-Boggling Examples of the Mandela Effect That'll Make You Q...

The Mandela Effect is a phenomenon where we can vividly remember these moments and instances being a certain way, but in reality, we were completely wrong. Now, there are plenty of instances of the Mandela Effect, but we've managed to narrow our list down to eight mind-bending examples that have us doubting ourselves and reality.

Local Culture
‘Last of Us’ HBO Series Casts ‘Mindhunte...

The Last of Us” series at HBO has cast Anna Torv in a recurring guest star role. Torv joins previously announced series leads Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey as well as cast members

TV
UFC Fight Night: Sandhagen vs. Dillashaw...

Explosive bantamweight contenders will headline the UFC Fight Night: Sandhagen vs. Dillashaw card on Saturday as second-ranked Cory Sandhagen takes on former two-time champion T.J. Dillashaw. The main UFC fight card is set for 7 p.

Sports
The Ultimate 2021 Summer Olympic Games Drinking Game

In honor of the 2021 Summer Olympics, we've put together the ultimate drinking game so you can have a little friendly competition of your own. So grab some of your closest friends and get ready to go for the gold!

Food & Drink
7-Eleven Offering Free Slurpees for the ...

7-Eleven will be offering free slurpees for the entire month of July if you have a coupon, which can be redeemed on any day of the month. People can use their coupon and get a free slurpee whichever day of July they choose.

Products & Promotions
Popeyes Is Introducing Something New ......

The nuggets are set to launch nationwide on July 27, 2021.

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Top 5 Songs Released This Week, July 11–18

It's our weekly music review where we review five new songs released this past week. Let us know what you think of our music review!

Music
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