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  • X-Content: 10 years ago in City Paper: April 30, 2003

    A two-pack of features – with Waris Banks examining affirmative action's impact on college students of color and Earl Byrd telling the story of Rodell Bailey-El's college-education redemption - puts the spotlight on higher education. In Mobtown...
  • X-Content: 10 years ago in City Paper: June 18, 2003

    Charles Cohen's feature assesses the state of the Baltimore Museum of Industry. In Mobtown Beat, Brennen Jensen reports on labor strife at the Baltimore Sun and Benn Ray profiles the Megaphone Project. The Nose lets the Green Party vent about Baltimore'...
  • What's good this weekend?: Renoir Returns, Club Mnemonic, Mobb Deep

    [caption id="attachment_20867" align="alignright" width="300"] At long last On the Shore of the Seine returns to the BMA.[/caption] Friday The folks at WTMD and Bmoreart, run by CP contributor Cara Ober, are joining forces to put a new exhibit, Everything...
  • "Wzt Hearts No Longer"

    A Wzt Hearts Incarnation Of Yore Strained under the pressures of maintaining a band long distance and many, many solo/side projects, the too-brief psych-noise quartet Wzt Hearts are disbanding, according to an e-mail sent out this afternoon by member...
  • High Zero Festival Will Again Melt Your Face

    In the mail this morning was an exciting little teaser from Samuel Burt of the High Zero Foundation. In it were a few details of this year's marathon of noise, improvisation, and other bits of uncategorizable, wonderful oddness. The fest, celebrating...
  • Whartscape Details, Lineup Announced

    Wham City's annual celebration of the underground takes place July 10-12 at the Baltimore Museum of Art, Maryland Institute College of Art Studio Center Parking Lot, and Load of Fun. The lineup is less focused on bigger name, out-of-town acts—such...
  • Out Swinging: Dena DeRose at the Baltimore Museum of Art, Nov. 15

    Dena DeRose opened her show at the Baltimore Museum of Art Sunday with two finger-snapping songs recorded by the late, great Shirley Horn: "Travelin' Light" and "Don't Be on the Outside." The implication was obvious: Washington D.C. native Horn always had...
  • Solo Duets: Manuel Barrueco at Towson University’s Kaplan Concert Hall, April 24

    [caption id="attachment_1397" align="alignnone" width="300" caption="By Arek Berbecki"][/caption] As the 20th century recedes in the rear-view mirror, it becomes clearer that Astor Piazzolla was one of that era's greatest composers, one of the few to...
  • Closing Bang: The Nels Cline Singers and the Rova Saxophone Quartet, the Windup Space, Feb. 27

    It was quite a weekend for jazz in Baltimore. Friday night began with a concert by Baltimore pianist Lafayette Gilchrist, New York bassist William Parker, and Baltimore reed player John Dierker at the University of Baltimore. Later that same night, New...
  • Art Basel Wrap Up, Part One

    Of all the hurdles to get there- scrutinous press registration, despotic bouncers, strict dress codes, and a transit system that makes Baltimore look like Tokyo- escaping the airport is always the most frustrating. Labyrinthine warrens of moving sidewalks...
  • David Smith, Dida Gondola, Baltimore Museum of Art

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  • Feature Hole

    Hack the Grid: Speaking of hackers and other miscreants--these ones quite a bit more malevolent--Justin Blum, of The Washington Post, takes a look at how power companies, including Baltimore's Constellation Energy Group (that's BGE), are fighting...