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  • 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...
  • Thank you Baltimore magazine! Quick question though...

    Today, we got our copy of Baltimore magazine's August issue, its Best of Baltimore issue, and we're in it—a couple times! On page 204, in the Best of Baltimore "News" section, is the award for best "New Column," given to City Paper's City Folk!...
  • 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...
  • Arts & Entertainment

    Arts & Entertainment
    BEST BAND Roomrunner Grunge. Nirvana. OK, now that we’ve gotten the two entries from the “Idiot’s Guide to Writing About Roomrunner” out of the way, let’s actually talk about this band. Roomrunner is really, incredibly...
  • Snapshots of a diverse, DIY scene that crosses borders but stays rooted in Charm City

    I have always thought of Baltimore as a "queer" city. Beyond just the common definition of the word, Baltimore is the proud black sheep of the East Coast megalopolis. A city with as many layered, often contradictory, ever-changing personas as there are...
  • A daily newspaper company buying the alt-weekly in its market is not unprecedented, though the results are varied

    The questions swirling around the Baltimore Sun Media Group's (BSMG) purchase of City Paper are many and varied, from whether City Paper stories will get put behind the Sun paywall to whether the City Paper will continue to exist at all, and if it does,...
  • What was once unthinkable is the new reality

    Well, well, well, how the worm does turn. Back in 1977, if I'd have told my father that one day there'd be a bronze statue of Frank Zappa at the corner of Eastern Avenue and South Conkling Street, he'd have said, "Better stop smoking that shit, Ace."...
  • True-crime writer Chris Boardman lionizes cops, remembers victims, nurses inmates, and runs for office

    When Christopher Boardman first started working in Baltimore, at the port in the 1970s, he was already a frustrated writer. In the 1960s and early '70s, he'd penned opinions for the progressive Capital Times in Madison, Wisc., and missives for the Distant...