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  • The Mail 7/23/14

    The Mail 7/23/14
    Respectscape You’ve lost my respect. The front page cover “art” (July 16) of City Paper is a prime example of our local media’s role in perpetrating institutional racism and structural biases in our City. Not only is this...
  • Sympathy for the plagiarist

    Sympathy for the plagiarist
    Many years ago—it was at least 15; might’ve been more than 20—I called up the cartoonist Peter Mueller to ask about a cartoon of his called “Mental Floss.” I don’t remember what I needed to know. I might have just...
  • Fawning: Paper Magazine Reads Other Magazines

    Granted, this is a rather late entry into the Magazines With a Hard-On for Baltimore category, but we still thought you should know. (Given there's probably plenty more of these to come, maybe it's actually not that late.) Paper, a mag we last recall...
  • Art Basel Wrap-Up: Part Two (NSFW)

    This year, there was some new public art (for the benefit of those stuck in traffic on the I-395 Causeway) by Miami artists Jim Drain and Bhakti Baxter. "VIP Party" is a fake party in cargo containers at the Port of Miami, complete with searchlights and...
  • Feature Hole

    Postmodern Preacher: The Laurel Leader's Diane Reynolds soul-searches with Cedar Ridge Community Church's Brian McLaren after Time magazine names the local minister "one of the 25 most influential evangelicals in America." End of the Roll?: The Dundalk...
  • Beyond the Beltway

    Missed It: As a journalist, I'm practically required to check out Jim Romenesko's media news blog daily, but I don't, so I missed C-Span CEO Brian Lamb's Feb. 27 interview with Lt. Gov. Michael Steele. In it, Steele, says he has "no use" for The Sun due...
  • What a Wonderful World

    News From Elsewhere That's Probably News To You Many female legislators walked out of Kenya's parliament during recent debate over a bill to toughen penalties for sex crimes, when male representative Paddy Ahenda objected to the law. As part of his...
  • Current Mood: Disgruntled

    On Sept. 26, the following letter appeared on the media blog Romenesko, a compendium of "media industry news, commentary, and memos," compiled by Jim Romenesko (view the original posting). The letter was signed by 100 Sun newsroom staffers and handed over...
  • The Wire: David Simon Repeats, The Wire's Sun Is Not the Real Sun

    Cutline?: Clark Johnson stars as a metro editor in The Wire's fifth season Baltimore Sun. David Simon is an opinionated man with a big mouth. Anybody who has ever interviewed, worked with, or talked to him knows this. The Wire's fifth season debuted...
  • The Wire: RIP Butchie

    With "Not for Attribution," The Wire's fifth season really starts moving into serious territory. Marlo makes his play to get Omar to surface, McNulty gets an extra set of hands to help him dig his career's own grave, and Clay Davis starts looking very...
  • Fate Magazine Celebrates 60 Years of Weirdness, Bigfoot Unavailable for Comment

    From psychics to bigfoot sightings to the ongoing alien invasion, Fate Magazine has been bringing a dose of weirdness to subscribers since 1948, and it shows no signs of flagging. Fate's current issue is its 700th, and includes "True Reports of the...
  • Sun Columnist Gregory Kane to Write for Examiner

    This press release from The Examiner just hit CP's inbox--longtime columnist Gregory Kane is leaving The Sun and going to work for the competition. Wow. And while we're talking about The Sun, we can't help but wonder whether a recent On the Job...