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  • No Trivia: In praise of 92Q Labor Day weekend; August's best music

    No Trivia: In praise of 92Q Labor Day weekend; August's best music
    Holiday weekends in Baltimore mean local rap-and-R&B station 92Q opens up a little bit and allows its DJs to go nuts. For all intents and purposes, Labor Day or Memorial Day or Fourth of July becomes the centerpiece of days-long mixes with DJs rotating in and out, chewing on the edges of what's buzzing in the streets but not in the offices of music label executives (yet), pandering (in the best sense) to the city's desire to hear hopped-up club music, and wandering down whatever nostalgia-trip rabbit hole they feel like wandering down and coming up with crowd-pleasing hits and near-hits from the past 30 years of black pop. The station-approved dozen or so songs that receive play every fucking hour get to take a rest.
  • NO-TELL HOTEL

    NO-TELL HOTEL
    Jason Curtis rides a Segway through Mount Vernon with Baltimore City police officers on a Friday night. Curtis is usually chipper, a master of vibrancy. He is the head of the Mount Vernon-Belvedere Association and challenged Carl Stokes for the 12th...

    IKEA, Wish I Could Be Ya

    So here's a very nice, good news press release about a good company doing nice things for good people doing good things. Perfect fodder for any (or all!) local media outlets dedicated to the building up of good things and the looking always on the...

    Don’t Forget Your Mama

    Panic not. There's a whole business week until Mother's Day. But it's time to make a plan. Here are a few restaurant brunch specials that have shown up in our inbox recently that are sure to make your mom feel like queen for a day. The Wine Market (921 E....

    X-Content: 10 years ago in City Paper: February 12, 2003

    Van Smith's feature goes deep inside the bars of Curtis Bay. In Mobtown Beat, Erin Sullivan reports on the debate over the future of the Charles Village Benefits District. The Nose tracks Baltimore City Council squabbles over a bill to allow property...