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  • In light of Ferguson, "Night of the Living Dead" still resonates

    In light of Ferguson, "Night of the Living Dead" still resonates
    This OG zombie classic ends with its main character, a black man named Ben (Duane Jones), surviving a night battling zombies and arguing with a bunch of selfish, hysterical white people who all eventually turn into zombies and devour each other, only to take a bullet to the head at the hands of the police, who thoughtlessly mistake him for one of the undead.
  • "Teach Us That Peace"

    "Teach Us That Peace"
    We may have just gotten past a particularly mild summer, but Baltimoreans know that summer usually isn't that enjoyable. Author Baron Wormser, who grew up in Baltimore, opens his latest book "Teach Us That Peace" with a description of Baltimore summers...

    Free Will Astrology 8/27/14

    ARIES (March 21-April 19): In the coming weeks it will be important for you to bestow blessings and disseminate gifts and dole out helpful feedback. Maybe you already do a pretty good job at all that, but I urge you to go even further. Through acts of...

    Annual Events

    Annual Events
    From Fourth of July celebrations in the high heat of summer to tree-lighting ceremonies in the chill of December, Baltimore is a city for all seasons. And lest you have a dull weekend, City Paper has compiled a soup-to-nuts agenda of all that’s...

    Religion often appears to be losing a foothold in the United States, as regular mass-goers might attest.

    The New Black Directed by Yoruba Richen Plays Feb. 6 at the MICA Brown Center at 7:30 p.m. Religion often appears to be losing a foothold in the United States, as regular mass-goers might attest, but for a robust percentage of the African-American...