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  • The Mail 8/12/14

    The Mail 8/12/14
    Logan’s Drive  City Paper’s July 23 column by Thaddeus Logan, “The Hopkins Hustle” (Hey Cabbie), was poignant. God bless cabbie Logan for showing compassion towards that desperate father trying to get his dying baby to the...
  • Johns Hopkins University under investigation for sexual-assault complaint

    Johns Hopkins University under investigation for sexual-assault complaint
    The U.S. Department of Education is investigating Johns Hopkins University for its handling of a sexual-assault complaint, the university announced in a campus-wide email on Tuesday. University officials were notified of the investigation on Friday,...
  • Mainstream Extremism

    Mainstream Extremism
    Anne Arundel County’s Fifth Councilmanic District is the whitest, most-educated, and richest of the county’s seven districts, and its voters lean heavily in favor of Republicans. If that pattern holds true in November’s general...
  • A Break in the Hennessy Heist

    A Break in the Hennessy Heist
    Some of the half-million bucks’ worth of Hennessy VS cognac stolen on March 16 has been recovered. A northeast Baltimore liquor-store owner is charged with stealing less than $1,000 of it, buying liquor from an unauthorized distributor, and...
  • Rather than life in prison, 51 months is sought for Baltimore cocaine trafficker and money launderer George Frink

    Rather than life in prison, 51 months is sought for Baltimore cocaine trafficker and money launderer George Frink
    After being caught red-handed with kilograms of cocaine, and after bank records showed him repeatedly laundering money, prosecutors last fall said George Sylvester Frink, Jr. of Baltimore was looking at a maximum sentence of life in prison. Now, though,...
  • Heal Thyself

    Heal Thyself
    Anthony Black is not happy. As the husband of one of the 8,000 or so plaintiffs in a class action suit against Johns Hopkins Hospital, Black says the proposed $190 million settlement is “not fair” to the women whom the late Dr. Nikita Levy...
  • A break in the Hennessy Heist: bottles found, man faces five years

    A break in the Hennessy Heist: bottles found, man faces five years
    Some of the half-million bucks worth of Hennessy VS cognac stolen on March 16 has been recovered. A Northeast Baltimore liquor store owner is charged with stealing less than $1,000 of it, buying liquor from an unauthorized distributor, and failing to...
  • The Mail 7/16/14

    The Mail 7/16/14
    Not happy I recently viewed your “Trigger Happy” parody of the Baltimore Police Department’s 50,000 follower “Happy” video (“‘Trigger Happy’: The video the BPD should have made,” The News Hole,...
  • Review: Investigation of a Citizen Above Suspicion

    Review: Investigation of a Citizen Above Suspicion
    Investigation of a Citizen Above Suspicion Directed by Elio Petri At the Charles Theater July 26 and 28 A man pops by a woman’s flat for a bit of afternoon delight. Once beneath her satiny sheets, he slices her throat, pushing her aside to...
  • Murder Ink 7/9/14

    Murder Ink 7/9/14
    Murders this week: 6 Murders this year: 103 A quiet first few days of July allowed the city to celebrate a half-year murder rate lower than any seen since the early 1980s. Then, with Independence Day fireworks cracking, the killings started again as...
  • The Dealer Returns

    The Dealer Returns
    By the time he was in his mid-20s in the early 1990s, Fred Douglas Brooks III claimed he was one of Baltimore’s biggest heroin dealers, using 50 aliases as he sat atop an organization with 30-plus employees and drug ties in 17 countries. Later, in...
  • The Not-So-Straight And Narrow Path

    The Not-So-Straight And Narrow Path
    Here's one story about the West Baltimore corner of North Monroe and Mosher streets: On May 21, three people were shot: one in the head, one in the chest, one in the leg. Here's a better story about that corner. One day, a teen known as Q-Ball was...