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  • Mind Blowing

    Mind Blowing
    Ryan Grizzell, a 41-year-old Army veteran, is blowing a glass pipe, his blue eyes hidden behind protective eyewear as a soft, warm glow from a flame reflects on his face. Various glass rods are strewn about Shockers Smoke Shop, scattered among two kilns, a blowtorch, and a foot pedal. The small workstation sits by a window looking out on Harford Road; the smoke shop is nestled between an African hair-braiding salon and a business whose sign is hardly decipherable but reads something about garage-door services. The hands of the clock on the wall tick and change, but each of the 12 numbers is the same-4:20.
  • Center Stage makes most of Durang's Chekhov-obssesed play

    Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike by Christopher Durang Directed by Eric Rosen Through May 25 At Center Stage Anton Chekhov thought of his plays as comedies, while Konstantin Stanislavsky, his director at the Moscow Art Theatre, thought of them as...

    At Auction

    ACORN wants to stop foreclosures, but it's too late in this case Mike from Alex Cooper Auctioneers is a stout, gray-bearded fellow with a cell phone clipped to his ear. At 11 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 30, he is standing on the top step in front of the Clarence...

    Mortgage Fraud Foreclosure Fraud, Part III

    The New York Times' David Streitfeld visits the woman whose foreclosure allegedly started what some are calling "foreclosure-gate." While I'm not sure how anyone can say for certain that this is the Alpha case, it is a very good story. Streitfeld quotes...

    The Bubble Next Time

    The NAR existing home sales numbers for July are in,  causing much gnashing of teeth on Wall Street. So the figures are at "10-year lows" (actually lowest since 1996—and will probably go a lot lower still). This was stunningly predictable, so I don'...