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  • All relationships have problems, you just have to weather the storms or seek other shelter

    A Very Civil Letter that Nonetheless Mentions “A Lie Straight From the Devil” I am writing in response to an article I read recently concerning the church’s stand against gay relationships (“We’re All Gay Now,” Where...
  • Most Baltimoreans remain unfamiliar with Morgan State's ambitious arts venue, now a decade old

    Morgan State University’s main performance venue, the Carl J. Murphy Fine Arts Center, is easy to overlook. The facade of the $40 million, 140,500-square-foot facility undulates beautifully from curves to planes and back again, but the towers of the...
  • An exhibition and panel discussion celebrate a gold mine of local civil rights history

    Seen and Heard’s panel discussion Thursday Feb. 23 at 6 P.M. at the Maryland Historical Society, 201 W. Monument St. For more information, visit MDHS.org The Maryland Historical Society has long possessed two nearly inexhaustible collections of...
  • Murders this Week: 8; Murders this Year: 85

    For the second time in May, more people were murdered than there are days in the week. Tuesday, May 22 12:16 a.m. Police were called to the 600 block of North Carey Street in Harlem for a man shot in an apartment. When they arrived, the apartment...
  • Cool shit going down at this year's largest free arts festival, July 15-17

    Really, there’s a whole bunch more of everything that’s not mentioned here. Whether you just stumble into Artscape or plan a route, it’d be a damn shame to miss. Compiled by Andrea Appleton, Michael Byrne, Anna Ditkoff, Joe Marinelli,...
  • 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...
  • On the agenda June 20

    Due to the need to pass the fiscal 2012 city budget—which it did—the City Council held two meetings on June 20, one at 3 p.m. and one at 5 p.m. The budget, which aims to close a $65 million deficit, includes cuts to youth recreation centers,...
  • 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...
  • Flight Connections

    Flight Connections
    For more than two decades, East Baltimore clothing store Total Male has been associated with fashionable urban attire. Located on a bustling block of Monument Street, not far from the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, the popular store has also sold...
  • Not necessarily, if you keep basic street sense in mind

    Baltimore's reputation as a dangerous place precedes it. The city’s murder rate, although declining the past few years, remains one of the highest in the country (238 homicides in 2009, or 37 per 100,000 residents, versus 6 per 100,000 residents...