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  • CRIME FAMILY

    CRIME FAMILY
    When numbers man, sports book, and strip club owner Julius “The Lord” Salsbury disappeared in 1970, he left behind one of Baltimore’s most abiding mysteries. His life up until then is the backdrop for Barry Levinson’sLiberty Heights, but what happened when he split town after being sentenced to 15 years on a gambling charge and losing an appeal has long been the subject of speculation among cops, denizens of the Block, and reporters. David Simon, the creator of¬†The Wire¬†andTreme, is one of the reporters who caught the Salsbury bug.
  • News & Media

    News & Media
    BEST POLITICIAN Martin O’Malley Love him or hate him, this has been a good year for Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley (D). Two O’Malley-backed laws got the nods of the majorities of Maryland voters in last fall’s elections—...

    Beyond the Beltway

    News Central: In Congressional Quarterly, columnist A.B. Stoddard downsizes Sun owner the Tribune Co.'s planned ultra-bureau in Washington, which will combine the resources and, more fiscally important, real estate of its various papers' D.C. bureaus...

    News Hole

    No huge news today, so let's get straight to the News Hole: One Step Closer: City Council committee votes 5-0 to support Leonard Hamm's appointment to the position of city police chief. Hamm goes before the full council March 14 for final confirmation....

    Current Mood: Disgruntled

    On Sept. 26, the following letter appeared on the media blog Romenesko, a compendium of "media industry news, commentary, and memos," compiled by Jim Romenesko (view the original posting). The letter was signed by 100 Sun newsroom staffers and handed over...