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  • Murders this Week: 7; Murders this Year: 18

    Seven people were murdered in seven days, making this the most murderous week in 2013. As of Feb. 4, there have been five more homicides this year than at the same time in 2012. Monday, Jan. 28 12:01 P.M. Just after noon, Thomas Donaldson, a 46-year-...
  • Jacco Gardner, Stars, The Honest Mistakes, and more

    WEDNESDAY: Dutch multi-instrumentalist Jacco Gardner performs at the Golden West with Little Rib. The Baltimore Boom Bap Society is at the Windup Space. Ontario punks Single Mothers play the Charm City Art Space with Orchards and Tigerscout. THURSDAY:...
  • How corruption, waste, and mismanagement killed the 143-year-old nonprofit and left dozens of Baltimoreans homeless.

    With Randall Martin barricaded in his Baltimore County home, surrounded by a police tactical team, someone might have gotten the idea that Prisoners Aid Association, the century-old institution established to help ex-cons, was in trouble. It was June 29,...
  • 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...
  • DJ Booman

    Although he has a rep as one of the greatest producers in the history of Baltimore club music, Grant “DJ Booman” Burley III is also hip-hop to the core, and will still spin the latest and greatest rap bangers pretty much anywhere he can....
  • 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...
  • A peek inside a museum that time-and nearly everybody else-forgot

    If you’ve ever driven past “Baltimore’s Only Black American Museum,” you probably missed it. Located on a side street across from Clifton Park, in a white, vinyl-shingled rowhouse, it has only a faded sandwich board for a sign,...
  • A participant in the Read's Drug Store sit-in talks about changing history on the spur of the moment

    In 1955, Helena Hicks was a student at Morgan State College (now Morgan State University). One day in January, while waiting for the bus, she and a number of her classmates stepped inside Read’s Drug Store, at the corner of Howard and Lexington...
  • Morgan State University brings August Wilson's Jitney back to Baltimore

    Jitney At Morgan State University’s Murphy Fine Arts Center through February 12. For more information, visit morgan.edu. Ain’t Misbehavin’ At the Spotlighters Theatre through February 12. For more information, visit spotlighters....
  • West Africa looms large in Baltimore heroin-trafficking cases

    Last April, thousands of miles from Baltimore in the West African country of Ghana, a man known as “Wagba” got on the phone and mediated a Baltimore heroin-dealing dispute. Nana Boateng, who supplied Baltimore dealers with heroin shipped...
  • The Black Guerrilla Family gang aimed to show a way out of the criminal lifestyle-until its criminal activities brought it down

    “It’s hard to promote black nationalism when you have a black man in the White House,” Thomas Bailey said on Jan. 6, 2009, weeks before Barack Obama was sworn in as the first African-American President of the United States. Bailey, a...