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  • 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...
  • Big Books Issue 2010

    Newsflash: The publishing world is having a rough go of it. You might have read something about this if you’ve paid attention to newspapers for the past, well, decade at least. And depending on what newspapers you paid attention to, this fraught...
  • 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...
  • What Weekly seeks to eliminate the negative and support local arts

    Any new entrepreneur can attest: Starting a business is tough. The paperwork, the planning, not to mention even coming up with that one brilliant idea, thought up at board meetings, over drinks at a fancy restaurant—or in bed, drinking your...
  • New book documents Charm City's extensive jazz history

    A few Music at the Crossroads authors talk about the book Baltimore Book Festival Sept. 26 from 6-7 p.m. See baltimorebookfestival.com for details. Baltimore’s jazz contributions might have been somewhat eclipsed by more recent music phenomena,...
  • The night The Times printed the Herald Examiner

     
    Power outage forces the Herald Examiner and La Opinion to be printed at The Times....
  • One gun every 30 days is more than enough to allow for the exercise of 2nd Amendment rights, so Chicago ought to go ahead and impose that limit

     
    At worst, Mayor Rahm Emanuel's proposed law limiting retail firearms customers in Chicago to one handgun purchase every 30 days will be a futile, ineffective gesture — one finger in a dike that has sprung hundreds of leaks. After all,......
  • Land of Linkin'

     
    A weekly listing of intriguing, wacky, useful, provocative and otherwise interesting links that readers and I have come across and think you might want to see. Here's Why Both Parties Lie All The Time About Health Care by Josh Barrow......
  • Remembrances 2013

     
    A look back and a final farewell to the notable entertainment celebrities who died in 2013. Cosmo Allegretti (b. 1927) (actor) Allegretti was an actor and puppeteer on Captain Kangaroo, working his way up from set painter. He made and voiced puppets,...
  • Best of the Web: The best of the best from 2013

     
    The best of the best in photography...