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Culinary arts students from Baltimore's Mergenthaler Vocational-Technical High School are putting their training to the test running the pop-up stall at the @rhousebaltimore food hall. Here students J'mere Jackson, left, and Tajah Williams, center, serve a Classic Burger to customer Morgan Wenzel of Sparks. @noisyburger is open through May 2. (Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun)

Chris Balzer of Balzer Family Clock Works of Freeport, Maine, attaches a new minute hand to the east-facing clock face on the Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower at Eutaw and Lombard streets in downtown Baltimore. Replacing the hands on the four clock faces is part of a $1.8 million restoration of the cupola and the clocks that began in 2015. (Baltimore Sun 📷 by @jphotoj)

Ritchie Highway in Glen Burnie is pictured above in July 1940, the same year in which it was dedicated to former Gov. Albert Ritchie. Today, traffic passes through the intersection of Ritchie Highway and Baltimore Annapolis Boulevard. At almost 80 miles, Ritchie Highway -- officially state Route 2 -- is Maryland's longest highway. (Baltimore Sun 📷 by Kim Hairston)

The only remaining slave cabin at Sotterley Plantation in St. Mary's County has been opened to the public and dedicated to the memory of genealogist Agnes Kane Callum, whose own grandfather was a slave at Sotterley. Callum spent years bringing relatives, friends and students to Sotterley by bus (it's about a two-hour drive from Baltimore), then giving impromptu talks at the cabin, frequently relating stories about the lives of enslaved people she had heard from family members. Pictured here in 1999, she died in 2015 at age 90.
(Kim Hairston and Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun).

Our travel section's Weekend Adventure series goes to Frederick, where great places to hike, eat and drink, learn history, work up a sweat or simply relax can occupy vistitors well beyond 48 hours. View the story and more photos at (Kenneth K. Lam/Baltimore Sun) #Frederick #FrederickMD #Maryland #travel

A festival of tulips: Jean Paul of Baltimore takes advantage of the seasonal weather and the lush surroundings to snap a picture of her and her mother, Sandy Macdonald, Monday afternoon at Sherwood Gardens in Guilford. (Baltimore Sun 📷 by @lloyd1fox)

Jackson Bethea, 3 1/2, of Nottingham, in costume, meets a bigger Easter Bunny at the Bunny Bonanzoo celebration at the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore. The unusually warm Easter temperature was not ideal for bunny costumes. (📷 by Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun)

The Benson Building, seen here in the 1950s, was Hampden's first large-scale commercial building. It was built in 1886, on the northwest corner of West 36th Street and Roland Avenue. Today the building is home to Cafe Hon, which opened in 1992. (Baltimore Sun 📷 by @jphotoj)

Benjamin Franklin High School in Curtis Bay has a free daycare center that helps teen parents stay enrolled. The graduation rate for the program, which was created in 2014, is 100 percent. Pictured here, Nicole Alvez holds her 10-month-old daughter, Angel. (Baltimore Sun 📷 by Barbara Haddock Taylor)

Vivian Iorio releases her kite to the wind during the Bel Air Kite Festival at Rockfield Park in Bel Air Saturday. (📷 by Matt Button/The Aegis)

Light City Baltimore ended its second run yesterday. Check out the best images from Sun photographers @jphotoj, @lloyd1fox and @ekpharris here and at

The intersection of Pennsylvania and North Avenues, better known as Penn North, is the scene of vibrancy just days before the second anniversary of the arrest and subsequent death of Freddie Gray while in Baltimore Police custody. (📷 by Karl Merton Ferron / Baltimore Sun)

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