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  • Quick Sketches June 11-17

    GET REALISM Baltimore's Schuler School of Fine Arts celebrates the 50th anniversary of its founding this week. Hans and Ann Schuler started their classical, traditional realist art school in 1959 as a response to the 1950s explosion of abstract...
  • Ten Years Ago in City Paper: Aug. 1, 2001

    Eric Boehlert's feature dissects broadcasting consolidation in the aftermath of federal telecommunications deregulation. In Mobtown Beat, Molly Rath shines a light on the lending practices of Household International. The Nose checks the status of a...
  • Occupied Baltimore

    Occupy Baltimore kicked off its occupation around noon as a few dozen people arrived, some with small hand-held signs, a few with paint brushes and bed sheets, to stake out space for the revolution. Melissa Rowell is sitting on the edge of the fountain...
  • Ten Years Ago in City Paper: Dec. 26, 2001

    In the last installment of Eileen Murphy's series of features about Reservoir Hill, Murphy introduces essays written by residents Bob Adams, Rick Connor, Linda Day Clark, LaVerne Fields, Christopher Forsberg, Russ Moss, and Frank Patinella. Mobtown Beat...
  • Windup Space Hosts Reception for Michael Owens' New Exhibition

    The first time you saw it, you probably did a double take. Maybe you were driving down West 36th Street in Hampden or passing through Highlandtown via Eastern Ave—either way, that big mural caught your eye, four hands spelling out "Love."...
  • Ten Years Ago in City Paper: April 10, 2002

    Tom Chalkley's illustrated feature has fun with the Baltimore City Council. In Mobtown Beat, Afefe Tyehimba gauges controversy surrounding the newly passed bill to restore ex-felons' voting rights and Van Smith reports that the state legislature enacted a...
  • X-Content: 10 years ago in City Paper: February 19, 2003

    Alejandro Danois' feature profiles Butch Beard, men's basketball head coach at Morgan State University. The photo-feature by Kent Bye and Uli Loskot focuses on three war-related events: the "Bomb Saddam Party" at the Thunder Dome in Brooklyn and anti-...
  • Washington Post attacks Baltimore's rat problem

    A long essay by Karen Houppert in this week's Washington Post Magazine sheds a scurry-causing light on Baltimore's rat problem. As you may recall, we at City Paper are particularly sensitive to Baltimore-related missives from our neighbor to the south,...
  • Breaking News: Man dies after resisting arrest at traffic stop

    At about 5:15 p.m. two Baltimore city police officers stopped a car for a traffic stop in the 1300 block of Kitmore Road, according to Deputy Commissioner Jerry Rodriguez. During the stop, the police attempted to speak with an individual in the car who...
  • 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...
  • At last night's forum on youth curfews, few questions and even fewer answers

    At last night's forum on youth curfews, few questions and even fewer answers
    The University of Baltimore Law Center opened its door last night for the second of two community forums on Baltimore's new curfew ordinance that will replace the city's 20-year-old ordinance, doing away with incarceration as a penalty for parents and...
  • Down on the Corner

    Down on the Corner
    It's four p.m. on April 22, a beautiful spring day in Baltimore. At the corner of Mount Royal and North avenues, a group of seven people are working in traffic. Dressed in yellow T-shirts, they carry five-gallon buckets with orange tops. When cars stop...