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  • Light From the East

    Light From the East
    There is something almost clandestine about XOL Art Gallery, which is hidden in a small warehouse between Park Avenue and Tyson Alley in Mount Vernon. To get there from Park, we have to push open a gate and walk down a narrow rocky path through a fenced yard leading to the unassuming, brick structure that has, over the last year and a half, quietly become a gallery. The main house that was once in this yard burned down some time ago, but the warehouse remained. “Is this it?” we ask each other before knocking on the door of the bunker-looking building. 
  • Bush’s uhh delusional fantasy America's best option for a quick withdrawal from Iraq. It's a well-known fact that Iraq posessed no WMDs and presented no significant threat to America before the current war. John Kerry continues to insist—correctly, I might add—that...

    3,013: The Number: Special To Newshole

    Every Tuesday morning for years, I thought up some semiprivate joke to stick in a tiny line of type running across the top of the front cover of City Paper just before we sent the whole thing off to press. It was sometimes an oblique comment on...

    Dear Democrats,

    Hey, congratulations on the big win. Of course, it wasn't that huge of a win. That is, yeah, it was huge--huge for the party, which has kind of had the wind knocked out of it the past few years, and huge for the country, of course--but you just barely...

    Iraq War Hits Home Hard

    We'd never heard of the Cybercast News Service before, but it has our attention now with a story noting that Baltimore has suffered more casualties in the Iraq war per capita than any other big city in America, with 18 dead, or one casualty for every 35,...