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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | December 2, 2013
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake defended President Obama's health care program Sunday as a panelist on NBC's "Meet the Press. " The panel included NBC journalists Andrea Mitchell and Chuck Todd and New York Times Columnist David Brooks. Todd introduced the segment talking about President Obama's recent setbacks, referring to 2013 as a "lost year" for the president. "I think that's a bit of an overstatement, 'The lost year?' Focusing on trying to get more people affordable quality health care?
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By Yvonne Wenger, The Baltimore Sun | November 4, 2013
Baltimore District Court Judge Catherine Curran O'Malley was nominated Monday to join the city's Anti-Animal Abuse Advisory Commission. O'Malley, who is married to the governor, was selected by Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake for the position. Her nomination must still be approved by the City Council. The commission, which is made of 15 appointed members, including a judge, works with city agencies to increase awareness for animal abuse and the need to report it, according to mayoral spokeswoman Caron A. Brace.
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By Kit Waskom Pollard | October 3, 2013
As a longtime Bel Air resident, Stephanie Hau is determined to help improve Harford County. As a geologist, she is fascinated by applying geographic data to help local jurisdictions better plan and build. Chesapeake Environmental Management, the company she started with her husband in 1993, does both. CEM, which was recently named the fastest-growing woman-owned business in the Baltimore region, has a mission to “apply practical science to improve communities.” CEM projects “run the gamut of all kinds of data collection, data analysis and presenting data in a meaningful way,” says Hau. When a state agency wants to develop a water system, for example, CEM helps the staff evaluate existing data to create the most efficient, effective system.
FEATURES
By John-John Williams IV The Baltimore Sun | August 5, 2013
 With her Maltipoo, Brooks, tucked under her arm, Stephanie Bradshaw was ready to get down to business. Three employees were buzzing about her Clipper Mill office, preparing for a bridal photo shoot. Bradshaw rattled off questions about the session, scheduled for later that day at the Four Seasons Baltimore. Nearby lay the props: oversized dominoes and mounds of candies. Just as quickly, her attention turned to an upcoming fashion event she's styling at Towson Town Center.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Luke Broadwater and The Baltimore Sun | July 22, 2013
What's the hardest lesson you've learned so far? "To be OK with making myself vulnerable in order to make the change that I know is important. " What's a fact about yourself that will surprise people? "I get my makeup tips from RuPaul. I watch his 'Drag Race' show in freeze frame so I can get good tips. " What do you do to relax? "I love hanging out with my family and friends and going out to dinner, since I don't relish cooking at all. I particularly enjoy when I get to hang out with my mom and my daughter, the three of us. " Your (other)
NEWS
By Luke Broadwater and The Baltimore Sun | July 17, 2013
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake on Wednesday criticized comments made by U.S. Rep. Andy Harris that citizens should 'get over' the verdict in high-profile George Zimmerman case.  At a news conference at City Hall, Rawlings-Blake called Harris' comments "unbelievably dismissive, callous and out-of-touch" and dared him to say them to the parents of Trayvon Martin, the Florida teen killed by Zimmerman.  "Trayvon Martin died because George...
FEATURES
By Carrie Wells, The Baltimore Sun | June 16, 2013
Lorie Young, her white veil neatly pulled over her eyes, tucked a handwritten note into the bouquet of blue and purple flowers she clutched as she waited for the ceremony to begin. Written on it were her wedding vows, the promises of a shared future with her partner, Latasha Dinkins. Behind them was the 11-hour drive the Atlanta couple made to Baltimore, four years of dating and raising their two daughters, and the moment last New Year's Eve when they decided they should get married.
NEWS
June 13, 2013
Based on what we know so far, there does not appear to be anything illegal about the way Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has carried on her friendship with City Hall's top lobbyist, Lisa Harris Jones. Strictly speaking, there may not be anything unethical about it either. But it is certainly unwise. Both parties may have good motives, but the situation does damage to the public's trust in government, and it is up to the mayor to find a way to rectify it. This week, Ms. Rawlings-Blake acknowledged that she and her family spent Memorial Day weekend with Ms. Harris Jones and her family at the lobbyist's beach house.
NEWS
By Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun | May 13, 2013
Baltimore County police identified a 40-year old woman who was charged after brandishing what an officer believed to be a gun before he shot her multiple times in Pikesville early Saturday. Stephanie Kamlot threatened an officer with a metallic replica of a large-caliber semi-automatic handgun after he ordered her to drop it several times, causing him to shoot Kamlot, according to a police statement. Kamlot was shot in the upper body and taken to a city hospital for treatment, police said.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Karmen Fox | May 7, 2013
On our TV Lust blog, we recently dubbed Stephanie Drake's character, Meredith, the Most Oblivious Employee on "Mad Men. " Does the scene where Joan throws a model airplane at a helpless receptionist ring a bell? That was her. But Drake insists her character has more guts and work ethic than meets the eye. After chatting with her, we're starting to agree. But will this plucky secretary continue to butt heads with Joan? This is your second season on 'Mad Men.' What's your favorite part about working on this show?
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