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  • "The End of Local News?" It's Anybody's Guess, Really

    "End of Local News?" symposium panelists (from left) Jayne Miller, Tim Franklin, Jake Oliver, Kevin Klose, Monty Cook, and Mark Potts, as seen in a photograph taken by a professional journalist who is not a professional photographer. | Image by Lee...
  • More Pay on Wall Street

    The Wall Street Journal crunched some numbers and declared that, even though 10 percent of U.S. citizens are out of work while most of the rest are taking pay cuts, the Gilliganesque bunglers in the financial sector are again partying like its 1999,...
  • Tribune paper in Connecticut sued for plagiarism

    The Hartford Courant, a Tribune-owned newspaper covering the capital city and suburbs of Connecticut, is being sued by a smaller paper over a discontinued policy of news "aggregation." The Journal Inquirer of Manchester, Conn., filed the suit in state...
  • Journalism Study Focuses on Baltimore

    It looks like more bad press for—and in—Baltimore. The Pew Research Center's Project for Excellence in Journalism released a study today on the news "ecosystem" of our fair city. It focuses on how the news is reported and who reports it, how...
  • Scam, Apologize, Rinse, Repeat

    Front of the Wall Street Journal's website on Sunday was this lament/apologia from Jason Zweig, who writes the Journal's Saturday money and investing column, the Intelligent Investor, with a long-view, seen-it-all tone. So this is the first sign I've...
  • Judges Ordered to Stop Deciding Disability Cases So Managers Can Get Bonuses

    On a normal day, Administrative Law Judges working on disability cases for the Social Security Administration dispose of 3,000 cases. On Monday, Sept. 26, they adjudicated only 230, according to this excellent piece in today's Wall Street Journal. Why the...
  • Delegate McDonough calls for "Gun-Owner Privacy Act"

    Republican Delegate Pat McDonough held a press conference today to announce plans to introduce three gun-related bills in the Maryland state legislature. The first of these, called the "Gun-Owner Privacy Act," is intended, according to the delegate's...
  • As Farmers' Market Opens, NYT Magazine reports nearest farm 500 miles from Baltimore

    The farmers gathering for the annual opening of the Baltimore Farmers' Market beneath the JFX today might be surprised to read this gem about Baltimore in an article about a hip Portland-based butcher in  the New York Times Magazine.  " 'We have the...
  • Evidence seized in FBI’s BGF prison-corruption raids documented in federal court

    About five weeks after the unsealing of the racketeering indictment against members of the Black Guerrilla Family (BGF) prison gang and their alleged correctional-officer comrades, on May 31 court documents were publicly docketed that summarize what law...
  • Noise in Brief: All the Baltimore Music News That Isn't Fit to Print

    The Man Show Local magazine The Flywire did the impossible with its new issue, bringing together Bossman and Mullyman, the Baltimore rappers who have been feuding on and off for almost three years, together for the cover story "Bigger Than Beef." The...
  • Positive Vibes

    Last Tuesday at the 5 Seasons was a big night for the local hip-hop journal Bmore Vibe Magazine (which the author of this review has contributed to in the past). It was a release party for both their fourth issue and their first mixtape, Watch This! Of...
  • 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...