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  • Greenspan reaches for his dreams with a long-awaited debut

    A week before Brian "Greenspan" Dawkins released his first official retail album, Stairway to Heaven, a couple dozen friends, DJs, and tastemakers are invited to a listening session in the Lineup Room, the Parkville studio that birthed the album. After the album is pumped out of the speakers for the impressed crowd and begins its second rotation, Dawkins ducks into one of the rooms where many of his verses were recorded to talk about the project.
  • Justin Sirois sets up a digital hall of mirrors with a book about an app and an app about the book

    Most attempts to market books are dreadful. They are either stupid gimmicks that insult the book they are trying to promote or they are simply boring and irrelevant. Baltimore writer Justin Sirois has, however, hit on a way to promote his technobondage...

    Will Google Books kill print and paper libraries? Long live the new text?

    The squat building that sits atop the hill that rises to the west from North Charles Street just before University Parkway holds its treasure underground. When you enter the Milton S. Eisenhower Library on Johns Hopkins University’s Homewood campus,...

    Lou Beach updates his status to creator of a fascinating new form of fiction

    420 Characters Lou Beach Houghton Mifflin Harcourt It’s rare to find a work as seamless and fascinating as Lou Beach’s 420 Characters . The book is itself a little piece of art, a pocket-sized illustrated volume with a sturdy red cover and...

    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...