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  • 2010 Janet and Walter Sondheim Finalists Announced

    A press release from the Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts this morning announced the seven finalists for the 2010 Janet and Walter Sondheim Prize. Given annually since Laure Drogoul was presented with the inaugural award in 2006, the $25,000...
  • Ten Years Ago in City Paper: June 21, 2000

    The late Ralph Brave's feature decodes the effort to map the human genome, with a sidebar on where to look online for DNA sequencing data. The Nose untangles discrimination flaps in the Baltimore Police Department and gives the coda on the Joyce Scott...
  • April 26, 2000

    Heather Joslyn's feature covers the stage-to-film success of David Drake's The Night Larry Kramer Kissed Me. In the news section, the NoseĀ  ruminates on the new requirement at Baltimore City public golf courses that players rent motorized carts; in...
  • Ten Years Ago in City Paper: July 5, 2000

    Michael Anft's history of Baltimore bricks. The columns are: Sandy Asirvatham on sexual violence toward women in Underwhelmed; Wiley Hall III on abortion in Urban Rhythms; Joab Jackson on online privacy in Cyberpunk; and Tom Scocca on the NBA draft in 8...
  • Ten Years Ago in City Paper: Oct. 11, 2000

    The feature is Michael Corbin on Baltimore's life-saving, little-discussed needle-exchange program. Mobtown Beat is: Brennen Jensen on confusion over the city's policy of demolishing old buildings; Tom Scocca on confusion over who can prescribe the...
  • Ten Years Ago in City Paper: Feb. 28, 2001

    The 2001 EAT guide set out to let diners know where Baltimore chefs go to eat (including a chef-by-chef breakdown), and includes essays on our restaurant reviewer's favorite places, Corned Beef Row's glory days, and Eric Schlosser's Fast Food Nation....
  • Ten Years Ago in City Paper: Jan. 10, 2001

    Charles Cohen's feature profiles Kai Hansen, Baltimore's last independent tugboat skipper. In Mobtown Beat, Tom Scocca covers labor strife between hospital workers and Johns Hopkins Hospital. The Nose lights a fire under Baltimore firefighting strategies,...
  • The 2011 Janet and Walter Sondheim Finalists Announced

    A tweet from the Baltimore Museum of Art directed us to a press release (PDF) dated today from the Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts announcing the five 2011 Janet and Walter Sondheim Finalists. The winner will be announced July 9 at 7 p.m. at...
  • The 2011 Mary Sawyer Baker Award Winners

    Last night, on a special installment of Maryland Public Television's ArtWorks this Week program, the Baker Artist Awards announced the three 2011 winners of the $25,000 Mary Sawyers Baker award. The program was simulcast at an informal but festive...
  • Ten Years Ago in City Paper: April 25, 2001

    Film Fest Frenzy spotlights the Maryland Film Festival with an introduction and reviews of its lineup of features and shorts. Michael Corbin's feature charts the success of a program to help young drug offenders. In Mobtown Beat, Terrie Snyder provides...
  • Art and Stage Happenings This Weekend

    There are busy weekends in Baltimore, and then there is this freaking weekend in Baltimore. In addition to the Maryland Film Festival (see our coverage), the Metro Gallery's free Videopolis festival, second-weekend presentations of such don't-miss...
  • Ten Years Ago in City Paper: Aug. 29, 2001

    Tom Scocca's feature shows how the restoration of Fort McHenry's wetlands is for the birds. In Mobtown Beat, Afefe Tyehimba examines the potential debate leagues hold for improving Baltimore's public schools. The Nose tells of Bibelot's bankruptcy...