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  • Two Great Tastes

    | Image by Brian Ralph/newbodega.blogspot.com Yeah, this is a music blog, but nothing goes better with the rock 'n' roll than comic books, except maybe beer. OK, beer wins, but you can't drink beer through your internet connection. At least not yet....
  • The Making the Right Moves Entertainment Conference Makes a Few Wrong Moves

    Lesko | Image by City Paper Digi-Cam Last year, I attended the first Making the Right Moves Entertainment Conference, where I was invited to serve as a panelist. And though its execution was sometimes flawed, it felt like its organizer, Milestone Media,...
  • Book Review: The Chaperone by Laura Moriarty

    Long before tragic starlets became ubiquitous figures in American pop culture, there was Louise Brooks. Those who were alive when the world was still in black and white regard her as one of the most captivating leading ladies of silent film. Younger...
  • Chris Toll Memorial Writing Prize

    Baltimore's Publishing Genius press just announced the creation of a poetry award in honor of  poet Chris Toll, who died in September of last year. The Chris Toll Memorial Writing Prize is intended to honor "one poet each year whose work indicates the...
  • Cute cats, drunken rants, and great books

    There was a while when everybody who launched a Kickstarter campaign thought it was big news that needed to go on the cover of the local alterantive weekly. And we are hoping that this post does not encourage you to return to that mind-frame, because...
  • In This Week's City Paper

    On the cover, Edward Ericson Jr. comes on down with West Baltimore "outsider artist" Van Freeman. After reading, your first visit, of course, should be VanFreeman.com, where you can spend a few minutes looking around, though it hasn't been updated for...
  • Feature Hole

    Time to play catch-up again. Most of these links are from Monday and over the weekend. Town and Gown: City Paper freelance music critic Robbie Whelan, writing for The Johns Hopkins News-Letter, investigates community involvement, among both students...
  • See Word

    A cute thing happened on the way to court-martial Monday. Baltimore Sun photographer Amy Davis shot Sgt. Jennifer Scala, a witness in a military prosecution of alleged Abu Ghraib guard misconduct. The uniformed Scala was photographed leaving the...
  • You Had Me at Dio

    ECW Press is a small, independent publisher based in Ontario, Canada, and it just made the S/Hitlist a customer for life thanks to the Heavy Metal Fun Time Activity Book, due out in September, and its 48 pages of heavy-metal laughs, chortles, and...
  • John Irving's review of Gunther Grass' Peeling the Onion

    in the New York Times Book Review, Sunday July 8, 2007 In an era when daily newspapers are downsizing book review sections--or gutting them altogether--it's more than heartening to see the Gray Lady let John Irving unwind for more than 4,400 words on...
  • Hitting Up the New Old Westview Mall Theaters

    Westview Mall has been movie-less for around two years, so while it's always good news to see more movie screens in the area, it's even better to have movie options in the former environs of the defunct Westview Mall theaters, the original Westview...
  • Letters from Cuba: Robert Arellano and Achy Obejas at the Enoch Pratt

    | Image by from the awesome cubastamp.com Ever since its 1959 Revolution cut Cuba off from the United States—or is it the other way around?—the island nation has served as a counter-argument to American exceptionalism. While the anti-Castro...