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Getaway Guide: Top ‘Change-up’ Bars By The Water

It’s time for a change-up, to pick another spot where we’ll find new faces and hopefully, new stories! Here are a few of my own “change-ups,” ventured into over the past year or two at the shore and the bay.

06/18/2015

A man throws a wood board at police on April 27, 2015 in Baltimore. Violent street clashes erupted in Baltimore after friends and family gathered for the funeral of Freddie Gray, a 25-year-old black man whose death in custody triggered a fresh wave of protests over US police tactics. Police said at least seven officers were injured -- one of them was unresponsive -- as youths hurled bricks and bottles and destroyed at least one police vehicle in the vicinity of the shopping mall not far from the church where the funeral took place. (credit: BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images)

Gary R’nel: Baltimore’s Leadership Lacks Integrity

Baltimore’s Mayor and State Attorney each best exemplify the purest definition of an incendiary device.

05/07/2015

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Dom Giordano: The Biggest Lie In Baltimore

Probably the most insulting and offensive statement coming out of the Baltimore riots was one anchor telling the nation that she was told that the Baltimore Police Department had an influx of military vets returning from Afghanistan and Iraq and they were itching for battles.

05/04/2015

BALTIMORE, MD - MAY 01:  Baltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby announces that criminal charges will be filed against Baltimore police officers in the death of Freddie Gray on May 1, 2015 in Baltimore, Maryland. Gray died in police custody after being arrested on April 12, 2015.  (Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images)

Baltimore Officer Facing Charges In Freddie Gray’s Death Has Local Ties

The six officers originally suspended for arresting Freddie Gray in Baltimore are now facing charges ranging from misconduct to murder.

05/01/2015

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Rich covers the indictment’s of the police in Baltimore responsible for the death of Freddie Gray and indictments of three ‘Bridgegate’ conspirators. He also spoke with Dr. Mazz.

Talk Radio 1210 WPHT–05/01/2015

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New Jersey Troopers Remaining In Baltimore Until Tuesday

New Jersey state troopers are remaining in Baltimore until at least next week.

04/30/2015

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Rally, March Held In Philadelphia In Solidarity With Baltimore Protests

In solidarity with the Baltimore protests, a march titled “Philly Is Baltimore” is underway in Philadelphia.

04/30/2015

Police and Maryland National Guard members stand guard outside City Hall in Baltimore, Maryland, April 28, 2015. (credit: JIM WATSON/AFP/Getty Images)

300 Pennsylvania State Police Personnel To Aid In Baltimore

The Pennsylvania State Police is sending 300 troopers and other personnel to help authorities in Baltimore as they try to maintain peace and prevent a repeat of looting and arson that erupted earlier this week.

04/29/2015

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Curfew Goes Into Effect In Baltimore

Tensions have been running high in Baltimore since the death of Freddie Gray.

04/28/2015

Two cars burn in the middle of an intersection at New Shiloh Baptist Church on April 27, 2015 in Baltimore, Maryland. Riots have erupted in Baltimore following the funeral service for Freddie Gray, who died last week while in Baltimore Police custody. (Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images)

Former Lieutenant Governor Of Maryland On Baltimore Riots: ‘Poor Education Is The Main Driver’

Former Chairman of the Republican Party and Lieutenant Governor of Maryland, Michael Steele, criticized Democrats for their handling of the riots in Baltimore and for the way they’ve managed the city.

04/28/2015

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Rich covers the continuing upheaval in Baltimore and the latest in scandal surrounding Bill and Hillary Clinton. He also talked with Andrew Napolitano from FOX News, Baltimore Talk Show Host Bryan Nehman, Former Lt. Governor of Baltimore, Michael Steele and David Sirota from the International Business Times.

Talk Radio 1210 WPHT–04/28/2015

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Christie Sending New Jersey State Police To Riot-Ravaged Baltimore

During a series of Tweets Tuesday, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie announced that 150 State Troopers and other personnel will be sent to Baltimore to assist the riot-ravaged city.

04/28/2015

Police and Maryland National Guard members stand guard outside City Hall in Baltimore, Maryland, April 28, 2015. (credit: JIM WATSON/AFP/Getty Images)

White Sox-Orioles Postponed Again In Riot-Ravaged Baltimore

The Baltimore Orioles postponed a second straight game against the Chicago White Sox after a night of rioting near Camden Yards.

04/28/2015

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On this morning’s show, Chris discussed the riots in Baltimore, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake’s handling of the riots, and comedian Zach Woods referring to Philadelphia as a racist city. At 7am Chris was joined by Professor Charles Gallagher from La Salle University to discuss what led to protests in Baltimore. At 7:15am and 8am CBS3 correspondent Mike Schuh called in from Baltimore to deliver the latest news regarding the rioting.

Talk Radio 1210 WPHT–04/28/2015

BALTIMORE, MD - APRIL 27:  Smoke billows at the intersection of Pennsylvania Avenue and North Avenue (seen from Fulton Ave), April 27, 2015 in Baltimore, Maryland. Riots have erupted in Baltimore following the funeral service for Freddie Gray, who died last week while in Baltimore Police custody. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

Riot, Looting Prompt State Of Emergency, Curfew In Baltimore

The governor declared a state of emergency and called in the National Guard to restore order, and Attorney General Loretta Lynch, in her first day on the job, said she would send Justice Department officials to the city in coming days. A weeklong, daily curfew was imposed beginning Tuesday from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m., the mayor said, and Baltimore public schools announced that they would be closed on Tuesday.

04/27/2015

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