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  • 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...
  • 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]...
  • 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...
  • UMBC presents a cropmarks-and-all look at newspaper photographs

    You would think newspapers have a responsibility to present photographs as unquestioned reality, right? Photos are visual reporting, putatively unbiased and accurate! Remember how everybody called bullshit when Iran sent out an "enhanced" photo of a not-...
  • Richard Caton Woodville lived fast, died young, and left some beautiful paintings

    New Eyes on America: The Genius of Richard Caton Woodville At the walters art museum through June 2 The French poet Charles Baudelaire wrote "The Painter of Modern Life," his hugely influential study of the painter and illustrator Constantin Guys, in...
  • Reflections on covering Ocean City, 30 years later

    It was as close to being to being a foreign correspondent as I ever got: covering everything that moved in Ocean City for The Baltimore Sun from Memorial Day through Labor Day. Thirty years ago this month, an A.S. Abell Company editor-my mentor, Gil...
  • 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...
  • 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...