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  • Neil Grauer, a veteran writer and cartoonist who created Johns Hopkins' blue jay

    Neil Grauer, a veteran writer and cartoonist who created Johns Hopkins' blue jay
    It’s hard to miss Neil Grauer at a cocktail party; he’s the guy with the crowd of people around him. His dapper suits, signature bow ties, and vintage eyeglasses draw them; his encyclopedic knowledge of Baltimore keeps them there. He is a man of so many interests and accomplishments he seems out of place in this century, but you forget all that as he tells a story. And along the way, the cocktails taste so much better for it. 
  • Jazz Hands

    The swinging corporate overlords of the Paetec Corporation. | Image by http://www.paetec.com This morning Noise went to City Hall. Not one of our usual haunts--we only break out the suit when someone dies or, worse, gets married--so it was nice to do a...

    Much Ado About Nothing

    A few minutes after his new film, Much Ado About Nothing, had finished screening at the South by Southwest Film Conference, Joss Whedon climbed atop a riser in front of the screen. Surrounded by almost all of the film's large cast, the director...

    Q&A: Lena Dunham, the Writer, Director, and Star of Tiny Furniture

    Lena Dunham's Tiny Furniture is a minor miracle: a portrait of twenty-something post-collegiate life that engagingly balances the funny, the sad, the awkward and the tender. It's the sort of movie that's been a staple of independent American cinema for...

    An oral history of Video Americain

    Seven years ago, erstwhile CP editor Lee Gardner posed the question "Will the internet kill the local video store?" ("Rental Hygiene," Feature, March 7, 2007). This week, the Video Americain on Cold Spring Lane closes its doors for the last time. It is...