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Dram Shop Laws, App-Driven Cab, Spring Awakening, Presidents' Day
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When a bar serves alcohol to a customer can it be held responsible for the drunken patron’s actions? The Court of Appeals will hear arguments next month. Today, we looked at how other states have handled this question.
What makes a cab company a cab company? Andrew Zaleski, lead reporter for "Technically Baltimore", tells Nathan about the on-demand car service Uber.
It’s still winter here, but "Spring Awakening" is showing up elsewhere—namely, the Olney Theatre Center. J. Wynn Rousuck brings us her review of the musical.
It's Presidents' Day! Loyola professor Kaye Wise Whitehead tells you what you might not know about Abraham Lincoln and the Emancipation Proclamation.