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  • A roundup of events to build community and continue the #BaltimoreUprising

    A roundup of events to build community and continue the #BaltimoreUprising
    Though a shoddy piece of journalism by Fox News caused tensions to briefly rise, the city has shown the last couple of days that it's ready to reflect and heal after the death of Freddie Gray. Several events have been planned to help bring people from across the city together to listen to each other, build community, and affect change. Of course the movement is not over, and there are things planned to consider what the next step should be. Here's a list of events you can attend to stay involved. City Paper will update as more are announced.
  • The Battles of Lexington: City Paper goes deep inside and under Baltimore's oldest market

    The Battles of Lexington: City Paper goes deep inside and under Baltimore's oldest market
    A serpentine line of people waits to order one of Nancy Faidley Devine’s crab cakes at Faidley’s, the fish market her grandfather, John Faidley Sr., established at the Lexington Market in 1886. It snakes all the way down to the door that leads...

    Wandering Eye: Sondheim Prize finalists, the shrinking value of a taxi medallion, and more

    Wandering Eye: Sondheim Prize finalists, the shrinking value of a taxi medallion, and more
    MarylandReporter.com's Rebecca Lessner has some compelling coverage of yesterday's Maryland Board of Public Works meeting, when a scandalous food-vendor contract for the state-run Baltimore City Detention Center was dissected. "We can't wake up tomorrow...

    City Paper takes a trip to D.C. to experience weed freedom

    City Paper takes a trip to D.C. to experience weed freedom
    People used to have to go all the way to Amsterdam to smoke some legal weed, but here I am, in an office/house on Embassy Row in Washington, D.C., wearing a weird red smurf-looking hat and smoking a joint with Adam Eidinger, the man who can claim a lot of...

    Doreen Bolger to retire from the Baltimore Museum of Art

    Doreen Bolger to retire from the Baltimore Museum of Art
    Doreen Bolger, who to many artists is the face of the Baltimore Museum of Art, is planning to retire, according to a BMA press release. Bolger will retire from her position effective June 30, the release said. Bolger has been director of the museum...