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  • A Slimy Recess

    A Slimy Recess
    I for one am swollen with relief at the realization that our long national nightmare of never being able to sue the President of the United States of America is nearly at a close. Gone are the dark days spent looking for someone to blame and accidentally suing the laundress or Bill, the guy we keep taking the Land Rover back to time and time again even though it seems like its always in worse shape when we pick it up! But Daddy trusted him, so we persist. Imagine, this whole time we could have been suing the president! The passing of H. Res. 676 (providing for authority to initiate litigation for actions by the president or other executive-branch officials inconsistent with their duties under the Constitution of the United States) really takes a load off my loafers.
  • First Blush

    First Blush
    Mark Rothko used paint to create a kind of almost living hum that vibrated off of the canvas. While his hum was overwhelmingly dark and ominous, the works on display in “Blush,” at Gallery CA through July 9, have a similar energy but emit a...

    Stuff: Beach House Contest, No Talent Required

    | Image by Liz Flyntz Next week marks the release of Beach House's lovely new record of slippery dream-pop, Devotion, and, to help celebrate, the duo teamed up with local music blog Butter Team to give away stuff. Good stuff. And you don't even have to do...

    Noise in Brief, August 28: All the Baltimore Music News That Isn't Fit to Print

    We think you''ll enjoy Lost Ghost Records' No Rest Fest 2 at Floristree Aug. 30, featuring Dustin Wong, Prelay, Jenny Graf, Violet Hour, Smarts, Child Bride, Jared Paolini, Vows, Brendan Sullivan, Teenage Souls, and Ghosts to Falco. And Tropical Storm...

    Getting Malled

    Baltimore's been a city since 1796, and though the place has been rebuilt and expanded a bunch of times since then, it has that good ol' heritage feel to it. Maybe it's because I hail from the wild west of Boise, Idaho, where everything seems new enough...