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  • Wandering Eye: The 'last' basement bar? We think not, why 'Serial' is likely to disappoint, and more

    Wandering Eye: The 'last' basement bar? We think not, why 'Serial' is likely to disappoint, and more
    Maryland Gazette reporter Zöe Read's story about 91-year-old Irv Koch's bar in the basement of his waterfront Pasadena house, Club Sunset Knoll, is one of those priceless tavern profiles not so much for its artful execution, but simply for what it reveals: an obscure and unique fixture of the region's drinking culture. For 50 years, Koch has kept the place running as a private club for members and their guests, surviving, he tells Read, because "I can get by on a small amount of money, I don't need a lot of money." Maybe so, but he's likely to see a revenue surge, now that the club's existence has been broadcast far and wide. Funny headline, though, referring to it as "Maryland's last basement bar," given CP's recent article by Jim Burger about Matthew's Stellar Cellar Bar in Highlandtown. (Van Smith)
  • Wandering Eye: Glow-in-the-dark bike lanes, police brutality in Brazil, and more

    Wandering Eye: Glow-in-the-dark bike lanes, police brutality in Brazil, and more
    It can be hard, when biking at night, to see the path ahead of you. In Nuen, Holland, they've just installed a smart, simple, beautiful solution: a glow-in-the-dark bike path. It uses "smart paint technologies," as weburbanist.com describes it, which...

    Clicking and Streaming: "Messiah of Evil," "Dark Mountain," and 23 other horror movies you probably haven't seen

    Clicking and Streaming: "Messiah of Evil," "Dark Mountain," and 23 other horror movies you probably haven't seen
    For this Halloween edition of 'Clicking and Streaming' we reviewed two rather slept-on horror flicks that don't exactly play the scary-movie game and offer up a list of 23 others in a similar vein. Here's why we've gone that route: This is Baltimore,...

    Lesson Plan

    Lesson Plan
    The video for Damond Blue’s song ‘Shorty’ features the Baltimore rapper sitting on a local park bench, dispensing advice to a troubled teen (portrayed by a young actor, but voiced by Blue with a pitched-up vocal for one half of the song&...

    No Trivia: Songs That Pass the Car-Windows Test

    No Trivia: Songs That Pass the Car-Windows Test
    Because local radio is for the most part hopelessly out of touch, and internet music coverage is primarily a big frustrating P.R.-pleasing circle jerk, it is very hard to gauge what people are actually listening to beyond, you know, the massive songs...