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  • Scottish celebrity meets a Baltimorean

    We talked with Gerard Butler, star of such films as 300 and How to Train Your Dragon, in a room in a fancy-pants hotel in Washington, D.C., where it seems they always bring famous people for interviews. We were supposed to be there at 8 A.M., so of course...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • From Baltimore to L.A. with Mike Sager, via celebrity, excess, drugs, madness,Esquire, and Rolling Stone

    Mike Sager talks like one of the guys from Barry Levinson's Diner, fast and nonstop, riffing from one thing to another. And in fact, he grew up in Pikesville, not far from where Levinson grew up, and just a few years behind him. He went from there to work...
  • I have a lot of Opinions about how the paper should be run, and if I owned it, they wouldn't be Opinions anymore, dig?

    There is exciting news! Exciting for me, anyway, because I work at City Paper, Baltimore's Free Alternative Weekly, which is now also City Paper, Baltimore's Free Alternative Weekly That Is FOR SALE! I don't know anything about how to buy the paper (yet),...
  • What's up with hip-hop

    Last year, I spoke to prolific Baltimore underground rapper Height for City Paper about the album his collaborative project Height with Friends had just released, but he was more excited about the next LP he was already at work on ("Towering Achievement,"...
  • Best Bad Big Squeeze for a Good Cause

    whatweekly.com What Weekly does many things very well. They are one of the best (and only) places in town for in-depth coverage of live shows and their photographs are often strikingly gorgeous. But what they don't do so well is ask for money. When they...
  • Two magazine writers plumb the depths of grass-roots politics and Russia's outer limits

    Herding Donkeys By Ari Berman Farrar, Straus, and Giroux Travels in Siberia By Ian Frazier Farrar, Straus and Giroux That the magazine—glossy, rectangular, stapled, intrinsically dead-tree—is a dying breed is no secret. Over the last...
  • Statewide ban on synthetic cannabinoids could be windfall for drug dealers

    According to the Oct. 27 Councilmania, regarding City Council bill “10-0616 Prohibited Distribution of K2 or ‘Spice,’” the council is a) concerned about the “increasing monetary incentive for drug dealers” created by...
  • Searching for the hidden depths in the deeply superficial

    Andy Warhol: The Last Decade Baltimore Museum of Art, through Jan. 9, 2011 That’s a wealth of Jesuses. One hundred and twelve of them, to be exact. He looks the same in each image: head slightly tilted to the right, eyes cast downward, lips neither...
  • DUOX breaks out of the art-show same-old same-old

    In the third installment of the Contemporary Museum’s recent Liste exhibitions, a rotating series of small solo shows, a number of gallerygoers entered a dark, curtained-off back room and emerged soon after, looking confused and slightly harassed....