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Baltimore Museum of Art

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  • X-Content: Ten years ago in City Paper: August 28, 2002

    Nicole Leistikow's feature explores what a new wave of immigrants settling near Patterson Park means for Baltimore. In Campaign Beat: Afefe Tyehimba covers the 44th District race; Van Smith looks at campaign cash in the 41st District race; and Erin...
  • X-Content: Ten years ago in City Paper: Sept. 4, 2002

    The feature package is CP's picks in the 2002 Maryland primary elections for governor, attorney general, comptroller, Baltimore City state's attorney, the Second Congressional District, the Third Congressional District, the Seventh Congressional District,...
  • X-Content: Ten Years Ago in City Paper: Sept. 25, 2002

    City Paper's 2002 Big Books issue focuses on pulp literature, and has an introduction and five features: Tom Chalkley on H.L. Menken's role in the genre; Lizzie Skurnick on her Sweet Valley writing gig; Christopher Skokna on comics as literature; Wendy...
  • X-Content: Ten years ago in City Paper: Oct. 2, 2002

    Afefe Tyehimba's photo-feature showcases some of Baltimore's store-front churches. In Mobtown Beat, Afefe Tyehimba covers universal health-care bills in the Maryland legislature and Charles Cohen reports that city crews removed historic granite curbstones...
  • X-Content: Ten Years Ago in City Paper: Nov. 27, 2002

    In the feature hole are Earl Byrd's story of his hard-fought redemption from drugs and crime and CP's 2003 Martin O'Malley Calendar. Ericka Blount Danois' Mobtown Beat profiles a new natural-foods buying club. The Nose wrinkles over possible litigation...
  • Modernism Now: David Smith and David Hayes

    [caption id="attachment_15217" align="alignleft" width="229"] David Smith, Dida Gondola, Baltimore Museum of Art[/caption] Now on view at the BMA, Modernist sculptor David Smith's "Dida Gondola, 1964," completed a year before the artist died, is a painted...
  • X-Content: 10 years ago in City Paper: March 12, 2003

    Brennen Jensen's feature peeks inside Zytech Engineering's panic rooms. In Mobtown Beat, Erica Blount Danois goes to Annapolis with students decrying conditions at Cheltenham Youth Facility and Jamil Roberts profiles a bicyclist's efforts to raise...
  • 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'...
  • BMA puts Morris Louis in the company of Rothko, Stella, and de Kooning

    Morris Louis Unveiled Through Feb. 9 at the Baltimore Museum of Art   When you walk down the Howard Street Bridge, it's impossible to ignore the graffiti on the walls and the yellow-, red-, and green-painted steel arches. Even the sections on the wall...
  • What's up with jazz and blues

    In the 1960s, the Left Bank Jazz Society was responsible for bringing some of the biggest names in jazz to Baltimore while promoting such great local musicians as tenor saxophonist Mickey Fields. Many of these shows were recorded. A small number have been...
  • Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore Arena, Ed Reisinger, Baltimore Schools, and City Council

    ++++++++++++++++++++ ||   || ++++++++++++++++++++ ++++++++++++++++++++ || || || || 1 Baltimore Museum of Art After a court battle, the venerable arts institution won back "On the Shore of the Seine," a Renoir painting that was stolen from the...