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  • Why So Much P.R.?: WYPR seems to routinely trade underwriting for air time. Is that a problem?

    Why So Much P.R.?: WYPR seems to routinely trade underwriting for air time. Is that a problem?
    At 9:30 a.m. on Feb. 10, the voice of John Hoey comes over the public’s airwaves on 88.1 FM, WYPR. The short segment—a monthly show Hoey says he does for free at the behest of station manager and president Anthony “Tony” Brandon—opens as a meditation on doing less to do more. Hoey cites scientific studies advising the harried and over-worked to relax and get better sleep. Then he shifts gears: “That’s why if you step into a Y today you will see plenty of space dedicated to the old fashioned arts of unwinding,” Hoey says, before concluding what sounds like a textbook, early 1960s-era commercial soft sell.
  • Conflicts of Interest: Unedited Footage of a Chimp

    Conflicts of Interest: Unedited Footage of a Chimp
    Cricket Arrison became an actor so that she could work with chimps. At least that’s the story she tells when I stop by to visit her in the studio she and AB Video Solutions, the video production crew she works with, shares up above Post Typography...

    2015 Resolutions for Baltimore: D. Watkins

    2015 Resolutions for Baltimore: D. Watkins
    2014 was a ridiculous year for me. A few passionate essays took me from being voted most likely to be racially profiled near Johns Hopkins University to gracing the cover of the school magazine. My contact list only had guys like the other Wes Moore,...

    2015 Resolutions for Baltimore: Marc Steiner

    2015 Resolutions for Baltimore: Marc Steiner
    Resolution: We resolve not to increase the police budget, but instead hire 1,000 more Safe Streets workers. “Safe Streets,” you ask? Yes, Safe Streets is a program that hires ex-felons to prevent violence and keep streets safe in communities...

    Peter Bruun's Autumn Leaves series reaches across ages and backgrounds to share knowledge about the meaning of life

    Peter Bruun's Autumn Leaves series reaches across ages and backgrounds to share knowledge about the meaning of life
    A few weeks ago in our State of the Arts issue, City Paper launched a conversation about the divisions, or silos, within the local arts community. It turns out that, as we were publishing that issue, local artists were putting on a series of events that...