C. Fraser Smith: Returning people to themselves

CHAUTAUQUA, N.Y. — Father Greg Boyle’s conversation with a homeboy called Louie moved seamlessly from refrigerators, to beers to one-on-ones with God. In his multi-sided Los Angeles ministry known as Homeboy Industries, the Jesuit priest spends much of his recruiting Christian’s to a deeper understanding of what he calls “following Jesus with integrity.” He’s famous …

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Jonathan A. Azrael: A hasty conclusion on UBE

  In proposing that Maryland should adopt the Uniform Bar Exam (June 16, 2016), The Daily Record’s  Editorial Advisory Board has raised a hot topic with bar examiners across the country, including our Maryland State Board of Law Examiners. The primary attraction of the UBE is that applicants who take the UBE earn a portable …

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Editorial Advisory Board: StingRays and the Fourth Amendment, revisited

  We wrote an editorial earlier this year on “StingRays and the Fourth Amendment.” In it, we pointed out that the Court of Special Appeals would be deciding the case of State v. Andrews and that the General Assembly would be considering bills to amend Criminal Procedure Sec. 1-203.1 dealing with cell-site simulator technology. In …

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Discounted antique furniture from All American House at Carroll Mansion to be sold

Antique furniture collectors and deal enthusiasts, pay attention.

Furniture and decor from the All American House at Carroll Mansion will be sold at “unheard-of, discounted prices” from Friday through July 10.

The rooms of the Carroll Mansion were recently redesigned and furnished with pieces from…

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Tesla’s autopilot probed by government after fatal crash kills driver

Federal safety regulators are investigating a fatal crash that killed a Tesla driver who was using the company’s autopilot mode.

from http://www.wbaltv.com/money/-teslas-autopilot-probed-by-government-after-fatal-crash-kills-driver/40300544

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Md. researchers get $3.8 million for cancer work

Six Maryland researchers will share $3.8 million in new grant funding from the American Cancer Society starting Friday. While much of the funding will support laboratory work, the largest share — about $1.7 million — will help a researcher at the University of Maryland, College Park explore social efforts to raise awareness of cancer risks. Cheryl …

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UMBC ramps up commercialization efforts

In the past year, the University of Maryland, Baltimore County has launched five new startup companies – the same number it launched over the three years prior to that, officials. The university has taken several steps to bolster its commercialization efforts in recent years – such as a new fund to support faculty research and …

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Alison Dodge | Maryland Association for Justice

Alison Dodge, a staff member with the Maryland Association for Justice, has been promoted to the position deputy executive director. Dodge has tirelessly worked as the membership, marketing and communications manager for the past two years. In her new role she will continue to lead and direct the MAJ staff to help better serve MAJ …

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