Chris Miller
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Chris Miller is a journalist in the Capital News Service Annapolis bureau covering immigration, Baltimore and culture. He previously wrote for the Takoma Voice and is an AmeriCorps alumnus out of Denver. His email is and his Twitter handle is @dutco.

October 26, 2017
A look back on the 20th anniversary of ‘Blair Witch’ in Maryland

Twenty years ago this month, two intrepid young directors—including a Maryland native—and three little-known actors descended upon the state to film what they thought would be a small, low-budget film.

September 28, 2017
Historically black Ken-Gar community celebrates 125th anniversary

As residents of the Ken-Gar neighborhood gathered to celebrate its 125th anniversary earlier this month, they remembered the obstacles they overcame and reflected on their community’s increasing diversity.

October 3, 2017
Immigrants have until Oct. 5 to reapply for DACA

After President Donald Trump’s decision in early September to phase out the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA, immigrants who need to reapply for DACA protections—in the form of two-year renewable work permits—are quickly running out of time.

November 21, 2017
Maryland Made: A deep dive into the state’s film industry

Maryland is well-known for its crab cakes and the Chesapeake Bay. But that’s not all.

November 3, 2017
Maryland Muslims brace for life under Trump

After President Donald Trump was elected in January, some Muslim women in Maryland decided to fight back — literally.

October 13, 2017
More Baltimore youths charged as adults being sent to juvenile courts

The percentage of Baltimore youths charged as adults and then transferred to juvenile court has more than doubled since 2014, according to data from the Maryland Department of Juvenile Services.

September 5, 2017
Ocean City businesses fear losing seasonal workforce if J-1 visa program is reduced

As the summer tourism season comes to a close in Ocean City, Maryland, many businesses fear they may soon lose much of their seasonal workforce if the Trump administration cancels the J-1 visa program.