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  • 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 art environment in Baltimore, and the state of Maryland is rigged with bigotry.

    Love on Rye Rye Thanks so much for including me [in the Big Music Issue] (Feature, July 18). I love it and all the artists do too. Rye Rye Baltimore Bigotry in the Art World I read a few paragraphs of “State of the Art,” (Feature, July...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Boi wonder sees the world through jewel-covered glasses

    If you watch MTV or read fashion magazines, you’ve probably seen Stevie Boi’s work. Remember the jewel-encrusted sunglasses Lady Gaga wore on her Monster Ball tour? Boi made those. In fact, the 22-year-old Baltimore-based designer is largely...
  • Unwelcome Freshmen confound what being a rap rookie means

    By XXL ’s annual “Freshman 10 ” issue, wherein the hip-hop magazine declares a group of up-and-coming rappers the next big thing, is a major talking point among rap nerds. The discussion begins with predictions about who will be on the...
  • Terry Thompson's paintings draw on his days as a Baltimore club DJ

    Seven Days Runs through July 21 at Galerie Francoise For more information visit galeriefrancoise.com Terry Thompson was trying to tell himself something. It just took him awhile to see it in his work. The local artist started to notice it a few years...
  • We've been trying to figure that out for 35 years

    Someone asked me that question recently, and I opened my mouth and started to talk. It’s a question that comes up enough that I have a couple of standard answers I can riff on. If I’m talking to someone who assumes I work at a daily...
  • A new live talk-show aims to make literary discussion must-see

    When local writer Jen Michalski sees a void that needs filling, she’s the sort of person who goes ahead and fills it. Despite her full-time job copy-editing peer-reviewed medical journals and her active fiction-writing career, Michalski heads a...
  • 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...