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  • The list of Baltimore's drug-dealing gang-interventionists grows

    Back in 2007, Brian Morris, then Baltimore City's public schools board president, was impressed by Kevin Foreman. At the board's Aug. 28, 2007, meeting, Foreman declared that he'd "left the private industry to come back and work . . . to service these...
  • The Duchess of Windsor's biggest fan lives down the street from her childhood home

    Baltimore native Wallis Simpson, who famously took on the title Duchess of Windsor when King Edward VIII abdicated the throne for her in 1936, has been a muse for many. The Oscar-winning The King’s Speech tells the story from the perspective of...
  • Civil rights activist Bayard Rustin's sexual orientation continues to obscure his legacy

    I Must Resist: Bayard Rustin’s Life in Letters Michael G. Long City Lights Books, paperback In March 1944, as World War II raged, a 32-year-old gay black Quaker named Bayard Rustin took up residence at the Ashland Federal Correctional...
  • The Black Guerrilla Family gang aimed to show a way out of the criminal lifestyle-until its criminal activities brought it down

    “It’s hard to promote black nationalism when you have a black man in the White House,” Thomas Bailey said on Jan. 6, 2009, weeks before Barack Obama was sworn in as the first African-American President of the United States. Bailey, a...
  • Courthouse hot dog vendor sold heroin with cop

    Shanel Stallings works hard selling hot dogs from a cart in front of Baltimore's downtown circuit courthouses, as City Paper reported recently ('Every Day I'm Hustlin', July 18). But her other gig-at least between January and July last year, when she...
  • Fells Point smoke shop nabbed in bath salts sting helps in fake-pot probe

    Just-released records in Maryland's federal court show the Dragon's Den Smoke Shop in Fells Point and the Tobacco Shop in Bel Air are part of an ongoing drug investigation into the distribution of synthetic marijuana, sometimes marketed as "Spice" and...
  • Our guide to the 2011 Maryland Film Festival

    Maryland Film Festival May 5-8, Charles Theatre For full schedule visit md-filmfest.com. Last year film critic Jonathan Rosenbaum released a collection of his reviews and essays with the title Goodbye Cinema, Hello Cinephilia. In the title essay, he...
  • Armed drug dealer challenges conviction based on dirty cop's conduct

    The fallout from former Baltimore Police Detective Mark Lunsford’s 2010 conviction for theft and lying continues. On March 9, an attorney for an armed drug dealer argued in a federal court filing that her client’s 2008 guilty plea should be...
  • Cop killer's treatise doesn't add up

    Marshall “Eddie” Conway has been a cause célèbre among Baltimore leftists for four decades, ever since his incarceration for the murder of Baltimore Police officer Donald Sager began in 1970. This celebrity has brought Conway occasional...
  • A lifer explains his life

    America has a uniquely powerful literature of incarceration. From slave narratives to Henry David Thoreau’s “Civil Disobedience” to Martin Luther King Jr.’s moral exhortation from Birmingham Jail to the transmogrification of...
  • Once-detained artist watches himself better than the government watchers

    “Watching You” April 3 at the Baltimore Museum of Art. For more information visit artbma.org. In 2002, Hasan Elahi, artist and University of Maryland assistant professor of art, was detained at a Detroit airport upon returning to the...
  • Watch trailers of the flicks we pick.

    Better This World Directed by Katie Galloway and Kelly Duane de la Vega Let the birthers, tea partiers, and Republicans worry about Obama’s birth certificate. They’ll completely miss stories more likely to rile the passions of the average...