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Annapolis joins together to honor Capital Gazette victims, freedom of the press

; And Lucy Dalglish, dean of the Merrill School of Journalism at the University of Maryland.

Capital Gazette Editor Rick Hutzell and members of the staff will also speak, scheduled for 7 p.m.

Schedule of events 11 a.m. — Gates open with performance by Zee Band Noon — Benefit begins with the national anthem played by Paul Reed Smith A presentation will follow immediately with special ceremonies for the families of the five victims. Mayor Gavin Buckley will be joined by Maryland’s U.S. Sens. Ben Cardin and Chris Van Hollen. 12:30 p.m. — Western Star 1:20 p.m. — Great Heights Band 2 p.m. — Journalists Elisabeth Bumiller, Tom LoBianco and Lucy Dalglish 2:20 p.m. — Art Sherrod Jr. 2:33 p.m. — A moment of silence honoring the fallen Capital Gazette staff members led by Bishop Craig Coates of Fresh Start Church 3 p.m. — Civil rights leader Carl Snowden 3:20 p.m. — Skribe 4 p.m.

Annapolis press freedom concert draws concern ahead of council vote

A few other aldermen said they support the newspaper and believe the mayor has good intentions but have questions about cost, timing and execution.

“In theory, I support the benefit, but the devil is in the details,” said Alderwoman Sheila Finlayson, D-Ward 4.

Alderman Fred Paone, R-Ward 2, said he supports an apolitical event but would like to know how much it will cost.

After Buckley announced the event, the Annapolis Arts District said it would be a co-sponsor and assist with fundraising. Rams Head Group will handle ticketing. The band Good Charlotte, comedian and writer Jordan Klepper and other performers will participate for free. Capital Gazette Editor Rick Hutzell, Washington Post Editor Marty Baron and other journalists are scheduled to speak. Tickets are $25 and proceeds will go to the Capital Gazette Families Fund.

Sponsors and donations will offset some of the costs of security, permitting fees, and sound and staging equipment. Annapolis Arts District is not involved with planning the event but has helped the city raise funds for it. Should the resolution fail Monday, costs associated with parking and permitting would have to be covered by sponsors and donations.

Conservatives, why don't you attack these companies that support gay marriage instead of the media.?

You guys always say the "liberal media" is promoting the "gay agenda". And you attack them for it.
There are some great American companies who support me as a gay person, among them, Microsoft and Google.