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  • Another massive indictment, new details in Baltimore's ongoing correctional corruption debacle

    The federal racketeering prosecution of inmates and staff at Baltimore facilities managed by Maryland's correctional agency now involves 44 defendants, including 27 correctional officers (COs), with the Nov. 21 unsealing of a superseding indictment in a...
  • Correctional culture of retaliatory inmate beatings and cover-ups on trial in Baltimore

    After Maryland prison INMATE Kenneth Davis arrived at Hagerstown's Washington County Hospital (now Meritus Medical Center) from nearby Roxbury Correctional Institution in March 2008, trauma doctors had to reconstruct his eye socket using plates and...
  • Marlon Wayans talks about his new movie and his desire to play Richard Pryor

    What the hell happened to the Google Maps thing you use on your iPhone app-thing? It used to work pretty good, but there have been some "updates" to my phone and Google and stuff, and I used it to guide me to the place where they do all the "press events"...
  • Two Baltimore legislators take the lead on sex-crime reforms in Annapolis

    The 2014 Maryland General Assembly session in Annapolis has plenty on its plate, sex-wise. Measures have been proposed to keep health care providers from trying to change the sexual orientation of their minor patients, to stop therapists from having sex...
  • The BMA regains a long-lost Renoir

    A U.S. district court judge ended the dispute over "On the Shore of the Seine," a stolen Renoir painting, on Friday, Jan. 10 when he awarded ownership of the painting to the Baltimore Museum of Art, from which the painting was stolen in 1951. Marcia...
  • David Simon shares his theories on the story of Julius Salsbury, which inspired his wife's new novel

    "Boy, it would be nice to know the end of that story. He's not an unsympathetic character if you know the whole story. Here's this guy, he wasn't much of a gangster. He wasn't a gangster in any sense. And then this 15-year term that the government gave...
  • Inmate lawsuits offer more alarming evidence of Maryland prisons' culture of corruption

    Inmates are convicted criminals, and many land in prison for violence and dishonesty they may repeat on the inside. Correctional officers (COs) are sworn to protect the safety of inmates and the public, and have a very tough job watching over their...
  • The citizen-barber

    "There will always be an Afro Hut," Willie Alexander Harry in 1996 told City Paper's Vincent Williams, who crafted a personal essay about the importance of Harry's hair-cutting hub on York Road, as well as barber shops and the barber trade generally....
  • Following the path of drones from Obama's hit list to Johns Hopkins University

    Consider the scenario: Here in Baltimore, terrorists have a safe house, a van, a storage unit or two. They have a target. Could be the Inner Harbor or a convention that's in town. Maybe it's the Port of Baltimore, where about $50 billion of foreign...
  • Here's why the movie is amazing.

    Die Hard Directed by John McTiernan Playing Feb. 6, 9 P.M. at the Charles Theatre as part of Gunky's Basement Film Series I came into this assignment thinking, Man, what am I going to add to the conversation about how great Die Hard is? Because if you...
  • The first take on Thomas Harris' novel dwells on emotional drama

    Manhunter Directed by Michael Mann Playing at the Charles Theatre Jan. 9 as part of Gunky's Basement screening series The man who caught Hannibal Lector wheels a grocery cart down a supermarket aisle, his son by his side. The young boy says he's read in...
  • The Black Guerrilla Family scandal shines spotlight on the prison system's culture of corruption

    The litany of evidence the feds have on Baltimore inmate Tavon White and his Black Guerrilla Family (BGF) prison gang describes a conspiracy of sex, drugs, money, and fancy cars involving a harem of correctional officers (COs) at a jail that White, dubbed...