baltimoresun Baltimore was awarded a bronze-level "Bicycle Friendly Community" award from the League of American Bicyclists. Here, a bicyclist commutes home, northbound on Jones Falls Trail adjacent to Fallsway at Chase Street. (Karl Merton Ferron/Baltimore Sun) 6d

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baltimoresun Pets in need of a forever home were paraded across stage in the latest pet fashions at the annual Pawject Runway fashion show. Proceeds benefitted BARCS ( Baltimore Animal Rescue and Care Shelter). (Kaitlin Newman for The Baltimore Sun) 1w

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baltimoresun Ochooooo: Baltimore Orioles' Chris Parmelee reacts after teammate Adam Jones hit him in the face with a pie during a post game interview after an interleague baseball game against the Philadelphia Phillies, Tuesday, June 16, 2015, in Baltimore. The Orioles hit 8 (eight!) homers last night in their 19-3 win. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky) 2w

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baltimoresun Blaze Starr, the iconic Baltimore Block performer whose stripping mixed an entertainer's flair with a satirist's attitude, died Monday. She was 83. 2w
  •   myxlptlk5 I remember back in the day, delivering telegrams for Western Union, to the 2'O'Clock Club, seeing her in person. R.I.P. 2w
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  •   digger_willy A classy and smart lady 2w
  •   bahern81 My dad had a pen that when you turned it upside down , her clothes came off! Blaze was a Baltimore icon. RIP 2w
  •   ty50davis Blazes star had always rock it.rip 2w
  •   ty50davis And that where gay got the saying blaze. 2w

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baltimoresun Cyclists attempt the water obstacle, a loop around the pier at Canton Waterfront Park, at the annual Kinetic Sculpture Race. (Kaitlin Newman for The Baltimore Sun) 2w

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baltimoresun It's OK, hon. Brianna Shiery, 5, of Hampden, left, cries while standing in line next to Zoe Plauger, of Abingdon, right, after losing in the Little Miss Hon contest. (Tom Brenner/Baltimore Sun) 2w

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baltimoresun ​Talk about an old school timelapse. This photo, produced by A. Aubrey Bodine in ​May 1946, shows an eclipse sequence shown with the Washington Monument in the foreground as it passes over #Baltimore. 3w

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baltimoresun Students of the KIPP Harmony Academy elementary school touch the glass barrier of the Polar Bear Watch exhibit at the Maryland #Zoo in #Baltimore. Tom Brenner / #TheBaltimoreSun. 3w

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baltimoresun A female face looks north on Charles Street from a side of the old B&O Railroad headquarters which opened in 1906. Explore the Hidden Faces of Baltimore on our blog, The Darkroom: darkroom.baltimoresun.com (link in bio) -- Photos by Kim Hairston/The Baltimore Sun 3w

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baltimoresun A sculpted face of G. Corner Fenhagen, one of the architects of Baltimore City College decorates the arch above the entrance to the school. Several other images, including Fenhagen's partner, Riggin Buckler, adorn the Collegiate Gothic building which opened in 1928. Explore the Hidden Faces of Baltimore on our blog, The Darkroom: darkroom.baltimoresun.com (link in bio) -- Photos by Kim Hairston/The Baltimore Sun 3w

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baltimoresun An owl and a monkey are perched in a corner -- among several figures decorating the exterior of Baltimore City College. The Collegiate Gothic building was designed by architects Riggin Buckler and G. Corner Fenhagen and opened in 1928. Explore the Hidden Faces of Baltimore on our blog, The Darkroom: darkroom.baltimoresun.com (link in bio) -- Photos by Kim Hairston/The Baltimore Sun 3w

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baltimoresun Gov. Larry Hogan took a ride Thursday on Japan's high-speed magnetic levitation train and expressed enthusiastic interest in a technology that has been touted as a way to travel between Baltimore and Washington in 15 minutes. He announced that Maryland would seek a $28 million grant to study the possibility of a Baltimore-Washington maglev line. (Central Japan Railway Co. via AP) 4w

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baltimoresun Welcome our newest #photo intern, @tombrenner_photo. He's a third year #photojournalism major from #RIT, joining us in #Baltimore for the summer. Give him a follow to see more of his work. 4w
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  •   g.lenard Welcome to Baltimore fella,looking forward to seeing more your work 4w

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baltimoresun #UCLA's Trent Chatterton is tagged out at first base by #Maryland's Kevin Biondic in the sixth inning of an #NCAA college #baseball tournament regional game in Los Angeles, Sunday, May 31, 2015.
Maryland (42-22), which had made the NCAA tournament only three times until last season, will travel to face third-seeded Virginia on Friday in its second straight super-regional appearance. The teams met in the same round last season, with the Cavaliers winning the best-of-three series to advance to the College World Series. #AP Photo/Jayne Kamin-Oncea
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  •   tomflynn51 Go Terps. Great game Sunday night. 4w

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baltimoresun Good morning, #Baltimore! It's a bit wet out there still today but this little man was ready for it. Spencer Smith, 6, gets his umbrella ready for the rain as he and his mom, Farrah Spruill, not pictured, enjoy the #InnerHarbor on #FederalHill. Rain is expected to continue all week. (Algerina Perna/Baltimore Sun) 4w

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baltimoresun Instead of placing candles on McKenzie Elliott's fourth birthday cake in May, her mother helped unveil a street sign on Sunday to honor the 3-year-old killed by a stray bullet last year in North Baltimore's Waverly neighborhood.
Here, the daughters of Councilman Nick Mosby and State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby, Nylyn, 6, (left), and her sister Aniyah, 4, stand near a picture of Elliot at the unveiling. (Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun) #baltimore
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baltimoresun L-R: Rockville friends Negreen Fadae, 17, Amanda Tao, 16 and Samantha Castaneda, 16 had their legs painted Sunday at Sweetlife Festival at Merriweather Post Pavillion. We're back for Day 2 - keep an eye on baltimoresun.com for more coverage from the day. (@kaitlinobscura for The Baltimore Sun) #sweetlife2015 1mon

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baltimoresun #Sweetlife Festival crowd cheers on headliner Kendrick Lamar on Saturday night at Columbia's Merriweather Post Pavilion. Read Wesley Case's review of Day 1: bsun.md/1PWHqoN. (@kaitlinobscura for The Baltimore Sun. More photos: bsun.md/1FmUhXj) 1mon

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baltimoresun Beautiful day for #Sweetlife Festival at Columbia's Merriweather Post Pavilion. The crowd on the hill watches MisterWives on the main stage. Look for photos and a review of Day 1 on baltimoresun.com. 1mon

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baltimoresun "My decision is made," Martin O'Malley told a crowd of several hundred today at Federal Hill Park. "Today, to you — and to all who can hear my voice — I declare that I am a candidate for President of the United States." (Kim Hairston/Baltimore Sun Photo) 1mon

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