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  • Getting down with history on a War of 1812 paddling-and-partying tour of North Point

    When North Point was invaded 200 years ago this September by about 4,500 British soldiers and marines during the War of 1812, the Toms and Jollies rowed ashore in small boats from their warships, anchored in Old Road Bay, just inside the mouth of the Patapsco River, and helped themselves wherever they could to food and drink as they made their way toward Baltimore. Ultimately, after being weakened by fierce resistance from the locals, they surveyed the impressive redoubt manned by militia atop Hampstead Hill, now part of Patterson Park, and decided to pull back to their ships with the futile hope that the simultaneous naval bombardment of Fort McHenry would succeed. Thanks in part to their arduous path through North Point, the Brits found Baltimore too hard to swallow.
  • The Cold, Wet Results of the 11th City Paper I-Team™ Investigation in Search of Baltimore's Coldest Draft Beer and Wherever the Hell We Parked Our Car Before We Started Drinking Last Night

    The City's sweatin' and it don't know why. OK, we know why, it's Summertime in the City That Swelters, and after mowing all 3 square feet of that lawn in front of our rowhome, we need a cold one. So thirsty! We want to wrap our lips around the rim of a...

    Directed by Fernando Eimbcke

    The title of Mexican writer-director Fernando Eimbcke's third feature could refer to pudgy teenage protagonist Hector's (Lucio Gimenex Cacho) sandwich of choice; he orders one while lolling poolside at the hotel he and his mother, Paloma (Maria Renee...

    They're Here, They Cheer, Get Used to It

    Providence, R.I.'s 19-piece What Cheer? Brigade thunders into Baltimore this evening, bringing its polyglot, anarcho take on the old-fashioned marching band to Atomic Books for a free performance at 5 p.m. and, later, to the Lo-Fi Social Club. Boasting...

    Another Music Conference Disappoints

    | Image by City Paper Digi-Cam A few weeks ago, I was asked to speak at the Making the Right Moves Entertainment Conference, and took no pleasure in reporting that the event fell victim to poor planning and low turnout. Baltimore may not be a music...