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  • Wandering Eye: Law enforcers seizing cash, foreign money to U.S. think tanks, an appreciation for "Homicide," and more

    Wandering Eye: Law enforcers seizing cash, foreign money to U.S. think tanks, an appreciation for "Homicide," and more
    The Washington Post has published the first and second parts of its three-part series about law enforcers seizing cash from motorists, taking more than $2.5 billion with little in the way of legal challenges despite constitutional concerns surrounding the practice, while using the money to bolster law-enforcement budgets. City Paper has long been interested in this practice, highlighting cases in which motorists found with a single pot seed or with cotton mouth ended up having cash taken from them, while also exploring how postal inspectors home in on suspicious packages to take cash and a trend of the government seizing money from small businesses, such as Maryland's South Mountain Creamery, by accusing them of laundering cash deposits. Whether the Post's attention prompts a change in this conduct remains to be seen, but it's sure to spur debate. (Van Smith)
  • WOODY HARRELSON BOUGHT A BALTIMORE HOTEL. WHAT OTHER STRUGGLING BUSINESSES CAN WE PAWN OFF ON CELEBRITIES?

    WOODY HARRELSON BOUGHT A BALTIMORE HOTEL. WHAT OTHER STRUGGLING BUSINESSES CAN WE PAWN OFF ON CELEBRITIES?
    To bring the True Detective news cycle to a close, actor Woody Harrelson bought a stake in the Inn at the Black Olive, a boutique hotel in Fells Point. The story was first reported by the Baltimore Business Journal. As the BBJ notes, the 12-suite hotel...

    Live like McNulty

    We were a bit surprised when we saw a sponsored ad pop up on our Facebook page advertising a contest, sponsored by Comcast's Xfinity and Airbnb, promising us the opportunity to "Live like McNulty." Does that mean we could drive drunk? Sleep with...

    In Da (Rock) Club

    (All photos by Frank Hamilton) It's probably a measure of how much we love the Death Set that we were willing to pay $10 for what we knew would be a 10-minute set--15 on the outside. That's a dollar a minute; even Netflix and iTunes offer more value for...

    E.M.P. Collective celebrates Arrested Development with BluthCon 2013

    Break out your cutoff jean shorts and prepare yourself for unlimited juice, BluthCon 2013 is coming May 25! We almost blue ourselves when we got word that E.M.P. Collective would be hosting a celebration of what may be the greatest show ever to be...