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  • The Companies, Properties, and Legal Disputes of Noel Liverpool Sr.

    Editor's note: Read accompanying article about Noel Liverpool Sr.. Noel Liverpool Sr. entered Morgan State University with the class of 1989. Since the mid-1990s he has engaged in a multitude of business and real estate transactions, and he has been sued...
  • Criminal Information Filed Against Phillip Robinson Winkfield

    U.S. Attorney Rod Rosenstein filed a criminal information* on Nov. 7 charging 21-year-old Morgan State University student Phillip Robinson Winkfield with possession with intent to distribute heroin. Winkfield's mother is Washington, D.C., federal...
  • Scenes from Penn Station This Morning

    Things were calm and under control at Baltimore's Penn Station this morning. Crowd control at the station was good--way better than at the inauguration itself--and people were excited. "I'm from Levine, Arizona," says a woman in a fur coat, for no...
  • Compare These Two Newspapers

    Check out the zinger on the cover of today's Examiner: "Mayor's Ex-Lover Indicted," with a huge full-color photo of Mayor Sheila Dixon at the dead center of its cover. She has been at the center of the investigation that led to those indictments, after...
  • What's That Floating in the Water?

    On Tuesday, The Sun reported that Baltimore police were investigating the suspicious death of a man found floating in the Middle Branch of the Patapsco River early Monday morning, near the Hanover Street Bridge. The follow-up came in today's paper,...
  • Register For Bike to Work Day, Get Free Stuff

    This Friday is the Baltimore Metropolitan Council's annual Bike To Work day, kicking off with a handful of rallies around town and the surrounding burbs. Expect speakers, prizes, and the various kinds of sleepy giddiness that come with crowds of bikers...
  • Quick Sketches May 5-13

    HISTORIC PRESERVATION MONTH The theme for the National Trust for Historic Preservation May 2009 Historic Preservation Month is "This Place Matters!," which its web site says is meant to "raise awareness about the power historic preservation has to protect...
  • 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."...