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  • Best of Baltimore

    Best of Baltimore
    Even my hangover is hungover after what was the best Best of Baltimore party in years. It’s always great. We bust ass on an issue for months, have countless sleepless nights, fret over the things we love and hate about the city, and then we get to invite all of those people to a big party. It is beautiful. But it was even better this time, partially thanks to Dan Deacon (“Best Beanie Hat”), who last year told Josh Sisk (“Best Backpack”), as we stood drinking at the party, “Y’all should let me do this next year.” So we held him to it and got Sierra Myst, his DJ collaboration with Book of Morrin, to DJ it. At various points Ed Schrader (“Best Holy Shit I Didn’t Recognize You With Your Shirt On”) and DDm (“Best Smile”) fabulously took the stage. 
  • News & Media

    News & Media
    BEST POLITICIAN Martin O’Malley Love him or hate him, this has been a good year for Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley (D). Two O’Malley-backed laws got the nods of the majorities of Maryland voters in last fall’s elections—...

    Local Hip-Hop: Vibe Talkin'

    Although the web site has been up since last year, B-More Vibe debuted as a full-color magazine February 1. The hard work of 20-year-old Park Heights native and femcee turned publisher/editor Rogue Vers--the street name she requests to publish--and a very...

    Art Basel Wrap-Up: Part Two (NSFW)

    This year, there was some new public art (for the benefit of those stuck in traffic on the I-395 Causeway) by Miami artists Jim Drain and Bhakti Baxter. "VIP Party" is a fake party in cargo containers at the Port of Miami, complete with searchlights and...

    Feature Hole

    Story of the Day: Sort of a yawner, but how many Boys on the Bus, in this case the Sun's Jules Witcover, are still around to remember Hunter S. Thompson. Catching: The Post's David Snyder makes a House committee meeting on hospital rules regarding...