1. Stills taken from the rooftop of Mother's in Federal Hill. Fifteen second intervals for nearly two hours beginning in the last minute of the fourth quarter. Shot and edited by Stokely Baksh. Visit the Baltimore Sun's photo blog: The Darkroom. darkroom.baltimoresun.com.

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  2. At 44, Troy Pritt is a full-time student at the University of Baltimore, where he is obtaining a business degree. Although, the former Sparrows Point steel mill worker compares the closure of the mill to the loss of a parent, he isn't looking back. Instead, he's looking ahead at a new career and identity. Produced by Stokely Baksh/Baltimore Sun.

    VIEW INTERACTIVE STORY on THE BALTIMORE SUN: Sparrows Point: A year after bankruptcy, unsettled lives bsun.md/sparrowspoint

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  3. Bob Jennings had worked at Sparrows Point for more than 30 years before he was laid off in June 2012. In August 2012, the steel mill closed and by December, all hope disappeared that the Baltimore institution would ever reopen. Over the months, family members said Jennings had changed: He was quieter. Stopped telling jokes. Slept less. Produced by Stokely Baksh/Baltimore Sun.

    VIEW INTERACTIVE STORY on THE BALTIMORE SUN: Sparrows Point: A year after bankruptcy, unsettled lives bsun.md/sparrowspoint

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  4. In the first installment of our Hidden Maryland series, take in the sunset and rarely seen views of Baltimore from the Domino Sugars sign. Video by Karl Merton Ferron/Baltimore Sun. STORY: bsun.md/18qwM3l

    Where should Hidden Maryland go next? Tell us: bsun.md/14IlYID

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  5. INSTALLMENT 4: The details and description of how thousands of people die come out of a $43-million, state-of-the-art, six-story building on the edge of the University of Maryland BioPark that rises into the West Baltimore skyline in a block of shiny glass and polished steel. Story: Justin George | Photos: Lloyd Fox | Video: Stokely Baksh

    HIDDEN MARYLAND SERIES: Baltimoresun.com/hiddenmaryland

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