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  • What a Wonderful World

    Anil Mahaju and Diya Kashyap recently traded vows in a small ceremony in Kathmandu. Their wedding is the first public gay marriage in Nepal, where homosexuality is a crime punishable by up to a year in jail. (IndiaeNews.com) Conservative French...
  • Baby and Lil Wayne on the cover of XXL magazine's 10th anniversary issue

    Now that's gangsta. Burn Notice Total format schlock: guy has to make amends for the choices he's made with the help of/while repairing relationships with the ex-girlfriend, Mom, and an old friend. The USA Network's Burn Unit twists the shopworn setup...
  • Another Tillman Court Document Comes Available

    The Aug. 18 federal raids of Baltimore locations tied to politically connected ex-con bailbondsman and real-estate investor Milton Tillman Jr. and his son, Milton Tillman III were followed by the public release of court documents listing what was seized...
  • Protections afforded accused COs gain spotlight in BGF scandal

    The 2010 creation by the Maryland General Assembly of a much-heralded Correctional Officer Bill of Rights (COBR) has become a hot-button public-policy issue as a corruption scandal erupted April 23, when the inclusion of 13 correctional officers (COs)...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Hot Grease

    On normal shifts working the mean streets of Baltimore's northwest police district, officer Maunda Williams catches people engaged in typical Mobtown crimes, like shooting people. But just after midnight on Oct. 18, 2012, Williams' shift started with...
  • 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...
  • Baltimore man nabbed in FBI motorcycle-club probe in Philadelphia

    The FBI has a long, storied history of infiltrating and prosecuting the Outlaws Motorcycle Club (OMC) as an organized-crime gang, including some high-profile cases in recent years. On Jan. 31, a Baltimore man put himself squarely in the middle of one such...
  • 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...