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  • What to do and where to go this season

    This is the year, the year you are going to actually enjoy the holidays. Thanksgiving to New Year’s Eve usually passes in a blur of carols heard over mall sound systems, fever pitch shopping, obligatory family get-togethers, and frantic decking of...
  • Finding a good game to watch in Baltimore, or a good game to get in

    So, Baltimore = Ravens and Orioles. Well, yes and no. The stadiumland just southeast of downtown is home to two big-time pro teams with huge local followings (although you can’t always tell from the empty seats at Os games). But there are more...
  • NASA manned space flight may be grounded, but Maryland space science is preparing for lift off

    Look through a drinking straw at the night sky, and you’ll see a tiny circle of black, perhaps a star or two if you’re lucky. It will seem rather unimpressive. But deep within those millimeters of darkness reside about 10,000 galaxies, some...
  • Soup-to-nuts on where to shop for soup and nuts

    For many, college means no more home-cooked meals. Although this is a frightening prospect, don’t worry, you won’t starve (probably). And you don’t have to rely on pizza and subs either. You can easily find the ingredients you need to...
  • You must eat. You must not spend a lot of money. We can help

    Even though students generally don’t have much cash to spare, there are a bunch of you, which means that if you go to one of the area’s larger schools in a bustling urban area, you’re probably close to all sorts of affordable dining...
  • Baltimore and its schools according to its students

    Jason Palaigos Age: 22 Hometown: Catonsville School: Loyola University, Class of 2011 Major: biology What’s the best cheap place to eat near campus? There’s a couple options. There’s Panera nearby, but they don’t take the...
  • Census shows striking growth in Baltimore homelessness

    As one might expect in a miserable economy, Baltimore’s overall homeless population swelled nearly 20 percent during the past two years. The number of homeless young people (ages 13 to 24) jumped by 50 percent. The dramatic data, based on homeless...
  • Murders this Week: 5; Murders this Year: 189

    Murders this Week: 5 Murders this Year: 189 The death of Robert Watkins, a 35-year-old African-American man, was added to the homicide rolls this week, 19 years after he was shot. Watkins was standing by the intersection of North Avenue and North Charles...
  • . . . and hopefully better and cheaper, thanks to our guide to liquor stores

    Student Life and your parents will remind you ad nauseum to make smart decisions when you drink. And you should. But that doesn’t mean you have to be careless in your spending. A cursory search reveals that there are 431 (!) liquor stores, give or...
  • House music returns to Baltimore-not that it ever really left

    “I think the Black Eyed Peas really started this whole shit,” Teddy Douglas jokes, as he ponders radio’s renewed interest in four-on-the-floor dance. Jay Steinhour, Douglas’ more reserved friend and collaborator of 25 years,...
  • Morgan State researchers hope engaging the community can help more of it quit

    The corner stores in Pigtown don’t do “loosies” anymore. Selling cigarettes out of the pack is illegal, and they don’t mess with that (at least not openly). But they do sell ’em by the pack, and the carton, and the mass of...
  • Visionary artist explores the struggles of African-Americans and Jews

    Loring Cornish: In Each Other’s Shoes Through July 17 at the Jewish Museum of Maryland Loring Cornish offers a guided tour of his exhibition July 7 “Target/Shalom,” the first piece you see in the exhibit Loring Cornish: In Each Other&...