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  • 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...
  • David Simon urges Tribune Co. not to sell the Sun to Koch brothers

    David Simon, who spent 13 years as a reporter for the Baltimore Sun before creating The Wire and Treme, has lent his voice to a campaign urging the Sun's owners, the Chicago-based Tribune Company, not to sell the paper to the oil-company heirs and right-...
  • 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!...
  • Baltimore magazine headed to trial over commemorative plaques

    Rosebud Entertainment, the company that puts out Baltimore magazine, last year sued a North Carolina maker of commemorative plaques for copyright and trademark infringement and unfair competition. It seems the company, Professional Laminating, which...
  • Robert Newman includes City Paper in his "12 Favo(u)rite Magazine Covers of 2013"

    Veteran design guru Robert Newman,  a past president of the Society of Publication Designers who has worked at magazines ranging from Reader's Digest and Real Simple to Details and Vibe, this morning posted "My Top 12 Favo(u)rite Magazine Covers of 2013,"...
  • F.U. Kevin Spacey

    Last Friday the Washington Post broke the story of Netflix's "House of Cards" production company trying to shake down Maryland Taxpayers for at least $10 million: Give us millions more dollars in tax credits, or we will "break down our stage, sets and...
  • The longest season: Offseason

    There's a famous baseball cliché that's referenced frequently by baseball people during the winter months, attributed to a salty old Hall of Famer named Rogers Hornsby, the greatest hitter in the National League and a reputed racist during the days of...
  • 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...
  • Baltimore writer Wil Hylton goes deep to solve a decades-old mystery

    On a military barge in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, half a world away from his home in Baltimore, Wil S. Hylton felt ghosts. "I got on this barge thinking I was going to do a magazine piece," says Hylton, who was on an assignment from GQ. "And I...
  • 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,...
  • 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...