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  • 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,...
  • Political corruption, Occupy Baltimore, Baltimore Grand Prix, Police corruption, Voter turnout, and more.

    The death of William Donald Schaefer on April 18 did not make City Paper’s annual list of the top 10 news events of 2011. It was certainly newsworthy, at least by certain measures: The number of screen pixels, radio airwaves, and gallons of ink...
  • 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 challenging prequel to TV's Twin Peaks

    Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me Directed by David Lynch Presented by Gunky's Basement at the Charles Theatre Dec. 4 Who killed Laura Palmer? Twenty-two years after Twin Peaks-co-creators Mark Frost and David Lynch's inspired riff on the prime-time soap...
  • Professor writes the definitive history of the Catonsville Nine

    The Catonsville Nine: A Story of Faith and Resistance in the Vietnam Era Shawn Peters Oxford University Press, hardcover Born in Catonsville 18 months before what has been called “the single most powerful anti-war act in American history,”...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Wire-inspiring gangsters face new prison time

    When they went to prison in separate early 1990s drug cases in Baltimore, Savino Braxton and Walter Lee "Stinkum" Powell had been convicted as bit players in larger schemes. Such was the case, too, when their identities were used-though not their real...
  • 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...
  • Corner Cartel

    Ronald Eugene Brown was a natural target for Baltimore narcotics investigators. The 6-foot-6-inch, 240-pound man, nicknamed “Truck,” had already served many years in prison for 1990s drug-dealing and robbery convictions, and his rehabilitation...