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  • A reaction to selections from "Baltimore City, You're Breaking My Heart" in gifs

    "I'm tired of reading about juveniles arrested for violent crimes who are let go because if it's not a 'murder' case, there's no time to worry about it, or resources to deal with it."   "I'm tired of answering the question, 'Is Baltimore really like The Wire?' Answer: 'Yeah it's a complete shit-hole war zone depending on what street you turn down.'"   "I'm tired of looking at 11 year olds as potential thieves, muggers and murderers on my walk home from the office."   "I'm tired of hearing people talk about how coveted the internships are at Johns Hopkins because you get 'battle zone' experience."   "Some of the best and most memorable restaurants in the country are within walking distance to my house, and I consider the owners friends. Jack's Bistro — http://www.jacksbistro.net/ Peter's Inn — http://www.petersinn.com/ Woodberry Kitchen — http://www.woodberrykitchen.com/ Some of the brightest minds come to this city every day to work at Johns Hopkins, curate at The Walters Art Museum, run businesses like Under Armour and Millennial Media, or provide unique services like the Water Taxi, which will take you from the historic streets of Fells Point to The Visionary Museum in Federal Hill."   "[J]ust warn them not to leave anything in their car, use their iPhone while in a public area, or walk alone after dark. And make SURE they know how to set your alarm when they leave your house. And let them borrow your pit-bull if they want to roam around a little and explore the neighborhood."   "I'm looking at you Mayor Rawlings-Blake."   "All I know is when there are more police, there is less crime. When people get arrested for littering or loitering or being publicly intoxicated, they go do that shit somewhere else. And yes, I realize this may be a knee-jerk reaction and won't solve all the problems. But I'm desperate for some kind of help. I want to feel safe."
  • The Mail

    Helen Delich Bentley's proposal isn't to privatize the port of Baltimore; it's to make the Maryland Port Administration a separate state agency from the DOT. It would still be a public entity, run by the state of Maryland. The reasoning, however, is...

    News Hole

    Crime and Punishment: Three guards fired, two others disciplined in relation to the strangling death of Philip E. Parker Jr. on a prison bus. (The Sun's minisite.) And the story from the AP, which has also been covering this story well. By a Length:...

    Catch-Up

    I've been super-busy the past few days, so let's catch up on some pretty decent and/or distressing stories from over the weekend and other stuff I've found, with maybe a short News Hole later. Charm City Massacre: The fact that 50 Cent's new album, The...

    Photos of Outrageous Tidal Action in Fells Point

    | Image by Photos by Van Smith These photos were taken today at about 1 p.m., two hours prior to the 3:05 p.m. scheduled high tide for Fells Point. The water taxi stop for the Frederick Douglass Isaac Myers Maritime Park is inaccessible due to the...