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  • The Money Game: the latest campaign-finance figures in Baltimore's legislative district races

    The Money Game: the latest campaign-finance figures in Baltimore's legislative district races
    The most recent round of campaign finance reports for Baltimore City's 12 legislative-district races – a Senate and House race in each of the six districts - were due late May at the Maryland State Board of Elections. The mass of new data reveals...
  • Commenters question honesty of D. Watkins' Salon story, author responds

    On Tuesday evening, Salon published a piece by Baltimore writer D. Watkins in which the author details poverty emblematic of East Baltimore, setting a scene where he and three of his friends eke out a living and can only afford simple pleasures like cheap...
  • Real News Network plants roots-and tackles the "media desert"- in Baltimore

    It was Reagan who lied to us first. The "us" is a room of about 30 people, overwhelmingly of the Millennial set. We're gathered in Highlandtown listening to a panel of CEOs, nonprofit founders, artists, and students talk about what they're doing to...
  • Former steel worker wins prestigious poetry prize

    In the summer of 1970, Afaa Michael Weaver was a clerk recording the weight of the massive tin coils produced at Sparrows Point Steel Mill, tin that would later be turned into soup cans and the like. He used a crayon to mark the coils, which would be warm...
  • K-Swift Public Viewing This Afternoon

    Late notice, yes, but the public viewing for Khia Edgerton, aka Baltimore's Club Queen K-Swift, who passed away this past Monday, is being held from 3 p.m. this afternoon until 8 p.m. this evening at Joseph Brown Funeral Home (2140 N. Fulton Ave). Further...
  • Loring Cornish and Evergreen Museum spar over cancelled show and the legacy of the March on Washington

    On May 11, the Evergreen Museum and Library of Johns Hopkins University was supposed to host an exhibition of the work of Loring Cornish (see our 2005 profile) to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the 1963 March on Washington, but a disagreement between...
  • News Hole

    Well, not too many other big local stories today--besides the arrest of two Eastern Baltimore County 18-year-old boys for Friday's shooting at Towson Town Center of St. Paul's School faculty member William Bassett--so straight to the news roundup. Two...
  • In This Week's City Paper

    In the Feature, "A Shot at Redemption," contributing writer Ron Cassie goes investigates in-depth the three recent murders of recovering drug addicts at a Remington recovery house. As Cassie noted, such recovery houses have taken a hit in the local...
  • Beyond the Beltway

    Bear Attack: According to Rotten Tomatoes, Chip Silverman and Miles Harrison Jr.'s 2001 book Ten Bears--which tells the tale of Morgan State University's circa-1970 lacrosse team, the first all-black lax squad--is officially under development at Warner...
  • Two for Two: One Democrat Steps Up To Challenge 2nd District's Self-Proclaimed "Old School" Councilman Nick D'Adamo

    Nicholas D'Adamo Jr. is still doing things the old way--answering constituent calls (up to 60 each day, he says), fighting for money for his district, trying to get a handle on crime. "I'm a nuts and bolts councilperson from the old school," says D'...
  • Where's Anthony?

    McCarthy As of right now (Wednesday, Nov. 21), nobody (save some Baltimore County cops and, apparently, Mayor Sheila Dixon) knows just exactly what "inappropriate behavior" Dixon spokesman Anthony McCarthy has been accused of. But the signals are all bad....
  • Save the Date

    Phillip Robinson Winkfield came up for arraignment on drugs and weapons charges in Baltimore City Circuit Court on June 30, when he met his adversary: the chief of the Baltimore City State's Attorney's Office narcotics division, Antonio Gioia. Such high-...