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Tomorrow House Of Cards On Location

Watch out for street closures, the Netflix hit, “House Of Cards” is shooting. Tomorrow they will be filming most of the day from Noon to 10pm. Find out where…

Today’s 101.9–08/08/2014

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Oprah In Baltimore For A Crab Feast

Oprah loves her Maryland steamed crabs! Where did she eat?

Today’s 101.9–08/07/2014

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Ray Lewis Gets New Job

We have seen on ESPN, now, another network picks up our beloved former Raven. Ray Lewis is working for…

Today’s 101.9–08/06/2014

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Baltimore Chef Makes Lunch At The White House

A local chef got the make lunch, not just any ordinary lunch, here’s her Tweet:

Today’s 101.9–08/05/2014

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Ocean City Landmark Could Be Hollywood Bound

The crazy art place on OC’s boardwalk, Ocean Gallery, could be going to Tinsel Town with a reality show.

Today’s 101.9–08/04/2014

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The Grand Opening Of Eye Fit With Today’s 101.9

Thanks for coming out and celebrating the grand opening of Eye Fit near Arundel Mills! We gave away a lot of prizes and met some friends at Eye Fit. Look for yourself in the photo gallery:

Today’s 101.9–08/03/2014

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Bronycon Arrives In Baltimore

At the Convention Center this weekend, Bronycon. What is it? Hint: men dressing up like magical horses!!

Today’s 101.9–08/01/2014

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Snobbiest Towns In MD

Movoto Real Estate published a national real estate blog and ranked the 10 “snobbiest small cities” in America. Two small Maryland cities were on the snobby list. Is it your town?

Today’s 101.9–07/31/2014

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Stacy Keibler And Baby Are O’s Fans

Hollywood Stacy Keibler is not far from her roots here in Baltimore, hon. The newly married and for girlfriend of George Clooney, is preparing for her new baby with Orioles pride…..

Today’s 101.9–07/30/2014

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Bel Air History: Hays House

I have lived in Bel Air all of my life and this weekend, was the first time I toured this historic part of Maryland history. Check out the photo gallery below and take a tour inside this 1788 gem. When I was in the fifth grade, my dad and I worked on our own Hays House for a school project. We did the outside of the house to scale:) Go inside…

Today’s 101.9–07/07/2014

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