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  • Free Will Astrology 9/24/14

    ARIES (March 21-April 19): It’s no secret. The wealthy 1 percent of the population has been getting progressively wealthier. Meanwhile, the poor are becoming steadily poorer. I’m worried there is a metaphorically similar trend in your life. Am I right? If so, please do all you can to reverse it. Borrow energy from the rich and abundant parts of your life so as to lift up the neglected and underendowed parts. Here’s one example of how you could proceed: For a while, be less concerned with people who think you’re a star, and give more attention to those who accept and love your shadow side.
  • The Mail 9/24/14

    The Mail 9/24/14
    Mencken Unmasked I saw with interest your cover story, “The House That Mencken Built” (Feature, Sept. 10). Here is a question that still has yet to be fully answered: Was the Sage of Baltimore pro-Nazi—or at least pro-German—in...

    Do Androids Read Electric Books?

    Do Androids Read Electric Books?
    If you’re a careful reader of this paper, you may have looked at the cover and thought “What the fuck is up with City Paper and all of this ‘Blade Runner’ shit?” Well, over the last year, a couple of our writers have been...

    Best Local Section

    6080 Falls Road, (410) 377-2966, If you pick up a book in the “Local Authors” section of Mount Washington’s Ivy Bookstore—it’s a big section, about the same size as “religion/philosophy,” just...

    The Sage in Black and White

    The Sage in Black and White
    The Negro brain, Mencken wrote in 1910, “is not fitted for the higher forms of mental effort.” This from the same man who probably did more to help black writers—including the likes of W.E.B. Du Bois, Langston Hughes, and James Weldon...