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Conservation

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Top Conservation Articles

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  • "The Baltimore Food Ecology Documentary," Freedom Riders, and other screenings

    The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health's Center for a Livable Future screens "The Baltimore Food Ecology Documentary," the product of a class led by MICA faculty member Hugh Pocock, Feb. 3 at 4 p.m. in Sheldon Hall on the east Baltimore...
  • Local Weathermen Say Global Warming is a Conspiracy, "Scam"

    Last week, Rolling Stone ran a story about how TV meteorologists—the "weather experts" who have the most contact with the general population—tend to be doubters of the science of climate change. This despite the fact that ragtag conspiracy...
  • Activists launch petition targeting WBAL, Tony Pann

    In December we reported about comments made by WBAL-TV meteorologist Tony Pann on social media depicting climate science as a scam. Among his comments: "If you are making a living on government grants to research global warming, and have been for 20...
  • Police alter photo array procedure

    [caption id="attachment_19384" align="alignleft" width="300"] left to right: States Attorney Gregg Bernstein, Rebecca Brown – Director of State Policy Reform, Innocence Project, Police Commissioner Anthony Batts and Michele Nethercrott –...
  • Checking in with Heather Mizeur on her frantic final push to election day

    Checking in with Heather Mizeur on her frantic final push to election day
    Heather Mizeur at Spro in Hampden. Notice the empty coffee cup. (Photo by J.M. Giordano)[/caption] Early voting has ended and all that's left in the primaries is Election Day on Tuesday, June 24th. City Paper caught up with upstart Democratic candidate...
  • A disappearing island shows what rising sea levels mean for the Chesapeake Bay

    My trusty handheld GPS helps keep me safe while kayaking, letting me know precisely where I am on a map. But bringing it along on kayaking trips, it turns out, can serve more than my own personal safety: It's also a useful tool to map the land-devouring...
  • The Money Pit

    The Feb. 26 rally on Lawyers Mall in Annapolis made the TV news. Del. Curtis "Curt" Anderson (D-Baltimore), Baltimore City Public Schools CEO Andres Alonso, and Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake were among the officials making the case for guaranteed funding...
  • A Baltimore lab aims to take the science of growing clean, healthy salt-water fish to the global marketplace

    The wood-grilled whole dorado, at $34, is the highest-priced dish on the current menu at Pazo, the casually elegant restaurant in Fells Point in Baltimore. Executive chef Mario Cano Catalan gushes about the restaurant's specimens of the high-value...
  • Yellow Sign Theatre combines dystopian sci-fi with romantic comedy

    +1, or, The Bearable Delightedness of Being Controlled By Scott Burke At the Yellow Sign Theatre through Feb. 23 The misanthropic French novelist Michel Houellebecq makes the case that the sexual revolution, like most revolutions, was terrible for the...
  • Sue Spaid looks at farming as art

    Green Acres By Sue Spaid at Red Emma's Jan. 18 Rirkrit Tiravanija's "Untitled (bicycle shower)," one of the BMA's new acquisitions, might seem a bit out of place in the formal halls of the museum. That's because Tiravanija designed it to actually...
  • South Baltimore recreation center becomes a hub of technological innovation

    On Jan. 17, over 200 people gathered in what was once one of Baltimore's endangered recreation centers for the opening of the nonprofit Digital Harbor Foundation's new technology center, associated with Digital Harbor High School but open to all city...
  • Center Stage's Raisin Cycle confronts ownership, history, and race in response to A Raisin in the Sun

    Clybourne Park By Bruce Norris Beneatha's Place By Kwame Kwei-Armah Through June 16 at Center Stage Lorraine Hansberry's A Raisin in the Sun is a great play for many reasons, but one of those reasons is the light it sheds on the strains and gains of...