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  • Flashback 2015: Protesting the Death of Freddie Gray

    Flashback 2015: Protesting the Death of Freddie Gray

    It has been two years since Freddie Gray's death while in police custody. What began as a series of protests ended with scenes not experienced in Baltimore since 1968. Looking back on the photographs I took, what's most jarring is the number of people who came out to protest the death of the Gilmor...

  • Flashback 2003

    Flashback 2003

    Flashback: The Baltimore City Paper turns 40 years old this year Flashback: 2003 Make your business stand out from the crowd.Contact Tyler Hahn thahn@baltsun.com or 410-332-6788

  • Flashback 1989

    Flashback 1989

    Flashback: The Baltimore City Paper turns 40 years old this year Flashback: 1989 (cont'd) So, no live music anymore. Meanwhile, folks from the neighborhood started moving out to the suburbs. That was OK for a while, since they still came back to the old homestead to see their friends and keep up...

  • Flashback 1998

    Flashback 1998

    Flashback: The Baltimore City Paper turns 40 years old this year Flashback: 1998 Make your business stand out from the crowd.Contact Tyler Hahn thahn@baltsun.com or 410-332-6788

  • Flashback 1998

    Flashback 1998

    Flashback 1977: The Baltimore City Paper turns 40 years old this year Flashback: 1998 Make your business stand out from the crowd.Contact Tyler Hahn thahn@baltsun.com or 410-332-6788

  • Flashback 1997

    Flashback 1997

    Flashback 1977: The Baltimore City Paper turns 40 years old this year Flashback: 1997 Make your business stand out from the crowd.Contact Tyler Hahn thahn@baltsun.com or 410-332-6788

  • Flashback 1977: The Baltimore City Paper turns 40 years old this year

    Flashback 1977: The Baltimore City Paper turns 40 years old this year

    Flashback 1977: The Baltimore City Paper turns 40 years old this year Flashback: 1977 The Baltimore City Paper turns 40 years old this year On May 27, 1977, what would become Baltimore’s free alternative weekly the Baltimore City Paper debuted as then a 12-page weekly called City Squeeze, cooked-up...

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