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  • 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...
  • 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...
  • The Mural of the Story

    You might not know the muralist Ernest Shaw Jr., but there's a good chance that you have seen his work. Long before the city's Open Walls project brought murals and street art to the forefront of the city's art scene. Shaw was hard at work creating large-...
  • Why is homeless policy so disconnected from the daily struggle of people trying to find a place to stay?

    They wait along the fence, with another knot of guys in the middle of the parking lot standing, leaning on canes, or sitting in wheelchairs amid bags of clothes and other belongings. There will be more than 100 men here in an hour, lining up for...
  • 42nd Annual lighting of the Washington Monument, Baltimore Chanukah Festival, Miracle on 34th Street, and more.

    10th Annual Fells Point Olde Tyme Christmas. The holiday season at Fells Point marks the arrival of Santa by tugboat at Broadway Pier, 9 a.m. on Saturday. Afterwards, head over to DogWatch Tavern, where you can get a picture with the Jolly Old Elf. The...
  • Remembering a Century

    Loud, beautiful music is coming from the Catonsville house where Lucille Brooks lives with her daughter. From the front yard, passersby can hear an upbeat rendition of the unofficial African-American national anthem, "Lift Every Voice and Sing,"...
  • Building Bridges

    A week before Artscape begins, the only sign of the nation's largest free arts festival on the street is the profusion of thick white power cables coiled and draped around the neighborhood, as if Zeus had finally discovered bondage. But all over the city,...