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  • Joan Erbe

    Joan Erbe
    Art is, in some ways, always a reckoning with death—an attempt to ward it off, to live beyond it, to forget about it, or to laugh at it. It can be simultaneously disarming and comforting to see an artist’s work shortly after she has died, especially when, as in the case of beloved Baltimore artist Joan Erbe, who died of complications from a stroke on Aug. 21, both the work and the artist are somehow larger than life. 

    Goodie promised to pick me up and there he was, waiting outside the small airport, khaki jumpsuit bleached in the sunlight, arms crossed, leaning against his truck, and that grin of his, cut hungry across his face. He looked like a clever little lizard....

    Former Sonar and Talking Head co-owner Dan McIntosh got the best pot-conspiracy sentence he could: a decade in prison.

    When law enforcers first picked up Daniel Gerard McIntosh in 2011 on charges that he was involved in a massive cross-country, decade-long pot-trafficking and money-laundering conspiracy, he failed to recognize how much trouble he was facing, according...

    Sweeter Times

    Sweeter Times
    It's a quaint term from simpler times: Confectionery. Before the advent of the "convenience" store, they were all over Baltimore, typically a corner grocery that catered to children and sweet-toothed adults with a smoking habit. On the Fourth of July in...

    SXSW: Fresh Pulp

    Pulp's Jarvis Cocker (courtesy of Rough Trade) When the Britpop movement came to the fore in the 1990s, the battle for supremacy was cast as a contest between Blur and Oasis—Blur's Damon Albarn looking at England through college lenses or Oasis'...