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  • Wandering Eye: Why being on a major might not be the best for Young Moose, Naval facial hair from back in the day, and more

    Wandering Eye: Why being on a major might not be the best for Young Moose, Naval facial hair from back in the day, and more
    The staff of the U.S. Naval Academy's U.S. Naval Institute, which, from its headquarters overlooking the Severn River in Annapolis, has been serving as a forum for sea-power discussions since 1873, yesterday published a totally cool history of facial hair and grooming among squids. The parade of archival images, accompanied by succinct explanations of the rationales for and controversies over rule changes over the decades, amounts to a collection of men's-style porn, and is a welcome break from the Institute's regular fare about advances and concerns in naval-warfare technology and strategy. Scroll down to the old photo of current U.S. Navy secretary Ray Mabus, sporting a scraggly full beard and a wild-eyed, bespectacled look that makes it seem like he may have dabbled in acid back in the day. (Van Smith)
  • Bad Guys Finish First

    Bad Guys Finish First
    In his 2013 book, “I Wear the Black Hat: Grappling with Villains (Real and Imagined),” Chuck Klosterman starts one chapter suggesting, “Let’s pretend Batman is real.” Nerd that he is, Klosterman clarifies lots of particulars,...

    Best Video The music video is a strange genre in a strange place. In his recent book “How Music Works,” David Byrne writes about how part of the Talking Heads’ popularity came from the fact that his art-school training meant...

    Do Everything and Do It Yourself

    Do Everything and Do It Yourself
    It’s 1 A.M. on Artscape Saturday, long after the arts festival has packed up and gone home, but the Windup Space keeps the party going. The bass coming from the venue’s speakers is too loud, as it should be for electro-clubber King Tutt....


      Chris LaMartina needed a new home for his cult. It was April 2013, and the Baltimore filmmaker was shooting his latest feature, a comedy-horror flick with the priceless title Call Girl of Cthulhu, which debuts at the Maryland Film Festival this week....