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Break a leg: Baltimore actress Liz Chuday talks 'VEEP'

The HBO comedy "VEEP" has employed nearly 1,000 extras, cast and crew during its first season of filming in Maryland. We talk to one extra, Liz Chuday, about what it's like working with Julia Louis-Dreyfus and how she got signed up by one of the world's biggest talent agencies. 

Technology Makes Engineering Firm a Concrete Success

Maryland company Structural has helped preserve the buildings that house the National Aquarium in Baltimore and Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater. The company also plans to hire 100 over the next three years. 

Putting the Pieces Back Together at Marian House

Nonprofit Marian House helps struggling women get their lives back on track. It recently received a federal grant that it will use to house more women. 

Civic Duty: Nonprofit Provides Green Jobs Training

Civic Works is making Baltimore City homes more energy efficient and training underemployed young men and women for the next wave of green careers. It plans to service 300 Baltimore homes in the next two years. 

Maryland's Film Industry Stages a Comeback

Local film professionals had gotten used to traveling to Michigan, Louisiana and Pennsylvania to keep earning a living. Now, some are staying close to home as the state spends more money to woo movies and TV crews like the HBO series Veep, starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus. Take a peek at how Maryland is rolling out the red carpet.

My Baltimore's Next: Mike Subelsky

Entrepreneur Mike Subelsky has a challenge for Baltimore: to become as "obsessed with creating and growing businesses" as other cities are with sports. To help us get there, he offers six points of action.

Video Feature: Baltimore's Manufacturing Heritage Is Alive at G. Krug & Son

Baltimore is what it is today in large part because of its deep industrial heritage. Conventional wisdom holds that much of this heritage is lost. Truth to a point, but it isn't the whole story. Witness G. Krug & Son, a stalwart Baltimore manufacturer with roots dating back to the nineteenth century and a solid grasp on what it'll take to keep thriving in a new economy.

Startup City Poised to Turn Baltimore Into an Entrepreneurial Hub

The Silicon Valley of the East? Well, it's no secret that Baltimore has a wealth of talent, energy, and ideas -- the building blocks of emerging business and culture. Perhaps all we need to take the next step is a little bit of organization. Enter Startup City, which aims to provide just that.

Innovation and Economic Impact at Maryland's Military Facilities

BRAC is coming, and with it a significant impact on Maryland's economy. In this video we take a look at the role military facilities play in keeping the state moving forward.

Baltimore's art community paints a pretty picture of the Baltimore economy

In the wake of another successful Artscape, it's hardly necessary to point out that Baltimore has a thriving arts community. It is worth mentioning, however, that Charm City's ar ts community has a large impact on the City's overall economy, its neighborhoods and its development.

The Land of Biotech Opportunity

Twenty years ago it was possible to travel the length and breadth of Maryland and miss the few biotechnology firms in the state. Fast forward to 2010 and in key regions of Maryland its hard to go down the street without tripping over one biotech company after another. We wondered what it is that's attracting researchers, entrepreneurs and Fortune 500 companies to Maryland. So we sent a video crew out to find out.

Fueling Up Baltimore's Economy

Monster Diesel has a simple plan - bring manufacturing jobs back to Baltimore and help save the environment. Why? Because Baltimore is a great city to live in and work, according to company VP Lou Petrucci.

Are Baltimore's Green Initiatives More Than Just Talk?

In Baltimore there has been a lot of green talk, a lot of green white papers and a lot of green promises. Talk, as they say, is cheap; so, is the city making good on its green agenda? And are there jobs in it for Baltimore residents?
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