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  • 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...
  • Indictments flow in FBI probe of prison "culture" of covering up inmate beatings

    The correctional staffers met at a McDonald's restaurant to get their stories straight. Having already lied to investigators probing the brutal March 2008 beatings of inmate Kenneth Davis at Roxbury Correctional Institution (RCI) in Hagerstown, saying...
  • British national sentenced in Baltimore for trans-Atlantic drug deal

    A British ex-con was sentenced to 78 months in prison—quite a bit below the 120-month mandatory minimum—for scheming to export cocaine from Baltimore to London. “We spent a lot of time negotiating with the government,” said...
  • 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...
  • House, Immortals, J. Edgar, Jack and Jill, Like Crazy, The Taking of Pelham One Two Three

    HOUSE Don’t be alarmed if the opening reels of this 1977 Japanese cult item inspire you to sigh and silently wonder what you’ve gotten yourself into. Once teenage schoolgirl Angel (Kimiko Ikegami) and her BFF Fanta (Kumiko Ohba) and their...
  • Bill Doyle believes that Saudi Arabia bankrolled the Sept. 11 attacks, and despite U.S. government opposition, he hopes to prove it

    On May 2, 2011, a U.S. Navy SEAL shot and killed Osama bin Laden in Abbottabad, Pakistan, ending a manhunt that had lasted nearly a decade. Three days later, President Barack Obama flew to New York City to commemorate the anniversary of the Sept. 11,...
  • Poetry, Red State, The Housemaid, The Bill Hicks Story, Uncle Boonmee, and more.

    Next year this list could consist entirely of downloads or streams. But for now, the physical basis of DVDs and Blu-rays still makes sense. With actual screen time in a theater dwindling for anything not in 3D and the number of simultaneous on-demand...
  • Brendan Gleeson stars in a buddy-cop flick that subverts buddy-cop cliches

    The Guard Directed by John Michael McDonagh Opens Aug. 19 at the Charles Theatre A carload of wasted city kids drives too fast under all sorts of influences on a windy road in the Irish countryside. A bottle of booze passes between them while the driver...
  • Baltimore police sergeant brings his real-life tales to crime fiction

    Right in the middle of Eliot , Baltimore Police Sgt. Michael A. Wood Jr.'s first novel, a six-page section recalls the protagonist's rookie fiasco: trying to apprehend a stolen minivan and its driver. Having gotten his first "hit" running random...
  • 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...