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  • KAL has been drawing-and occasionally influencing-history for 35 years

    Kevin "KAL" Kallaugher once saved the Block, Baltimore's notorious red-light district. Or at least that's how former Mayor Kurt Schmoke sees it. In a 2012 article, Schmoke, then the dean of Howard University's law school, wrote that in the face of...
  • Paul Auster presents a portrait of the artist as a tedious undergrad

    Paul Auster occupies an odd territory on the map of American literature today, a patch of brush bordering the gerontocracy of establishment patriarchs like Philip Roth and John Irving on one side and the self-governing, black flag-flying republics of...
  • Local author paints searing picture of Iraqi Kurdistan

    There Heather Rounds Emergency Press The late reporter Ryszard Kapuscinski covered many of the wars and revolutions of the second half of the 20th century for state-run Polish newspapers, earning himself several death sentences. When asked how he...
  • Tom Scilipoti has been documenting Baltimore for over 50 years

    The name Mitchell Rozanski, a homegrown bishop with the Archdiocese of Baltimore, came up the other day at Vikki's lunch counter in Broadway Market. A gray-haired man of 83, chatting with another old-timer from the neighborhood, turned from his bacon and...
  • 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."...
  • Baltimore Sun Media Group, BCPS, Inspector General, City Paper, and House of Cards

    ++++++++++++++++++++ ||   || ++++++++++++++++++++ ++++++++++++++++++++ || || || || 1 Baltimore Sun Media Group Amid endless uncertainty in the newspaper industry and at its parent Tribune Company, BSMG made what can only be described as a good move...
  • City Paper's 14th Annual Fiction Contest

    No one would be able to make sense of it, not on the day it happened and not in the weeks that followed either. It would be the least explicable to Jacinta, the Dominican custodian who found his body swinging from the sixth floor staircase in...
  • Two shows highlight retro car culture in Charm City

    ++++++++++++++++++++ || Mobtown Greaseball Photo Gallery Click Here || ++++++++++++++++++++   Jimmy Moss drove a customized 1929 Model A Ford up to Baltimore from Fredericksburg, Va. With a greased-up pompadour, dark shades, and retro-greaser...
  • UMBC show looks at the visual culture surrounding the civil rights movement

    For All The World To See Through March 10 At UMBC'S Center For Art, Design, And Visual Culture   Forty-five years before Barack Obama's election as president, James Baldwin was in San Francisco speaking to schoolchildren when he said, "There will be a...
  • Poet Chris Toll died on Sept. 27 at the age of 64.

    On Sept. 27, 1905, the scientific journal Annalen der Physik received a paper from Albert Einstein that included the famous equation E=mc2. On Sept. 27, 1954, The Tonight Show featuring host Steve Allen debuted on NBC. On Sept. 27, 1964, the President's...
  • The right to give the world its kink has long been exercised-and defended-from an old Baltimore warehouse

    If ever there was to be a Baltimore landmark noted for its ties to free-speech battles, it might well be the historic brick warehouse at 3300 Clipper Mill Road in Hampden-Woodberry, a building that once produced sails for the Baltimore clipper ships...
  • Baltimore's post-punk heroes hang up the glyph and launch new musical adventures

    Nolen Strals remembers the moment in 2011 when he realized Double Dagger, the Baltimore post-punk band he formed with Bruce Willen in 2002, was breaking up. "We hadn't practiced for a long fucking time, and Bruce and I were going over to [drummer]...