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  • Ferguson Is Giving Della a Run for His Money

    Forty-sixth District Sen. George Della has been representing Baltimore's waterfront precincts in Annapolis for many moons, as his father did before him. But in light of the latest campaign-finance reports, due yesterday, it looks like the distinguished,...
  • BBH Alters Board of Directors

    The family that operates Baltimore Behavioral Health, Inc., a large city drug treatment program, has removed itself from voting power on the nonprofit's board of directors and appointed three new caretaker directors in order to comply with state law....
  • Yes, there are Republicans running for Baltimore mayoral slot

    Baltimore is in the midst of two mayoral primaries: the Democratic one, which will almost certainly decide the city's next mayor, and a rare Republican primary between two little-known candidates who have raised no money and, in one case, have been seldom...
  • X-Content: 10 Years Ago in City Paper: July 3, 2002

    City Paper's Short Fiction and Poetry Contest issue features an introduction and the winners' work in fiction (Leslie F. Miller's The Pious Enigma, Scott Cech's A Late Breakfast, and Sarah Y. Durning's White) and poetry (Tuan Harap Ditulis' The Well,...
  • X-Content: Ten Years Ago in City Paper: Aug. 14, 2002

    Ericka Blount Danois' feature profiles Donell Trusty, Durryle Brooks, Anastasia Lee, and Kareem Branch, Baltimore City public-schools students beating the odds in a troubled system. In Mobtown Beat, Waris Banks reports on Baltimore's immigrants from...
  • X-Content: Ten years ago in City Paper: Sept. 4, 2002

    The feature package is CP's picks in the 2002 Maryland primary elections for governor, attorney general, comptroller, Baltimore City state's attorney, the Second Congressional District, the Third Congressional District, the Seventh Congressional District,...
  • The Art of Organizing

    Ismael Carrillo has been teaching at the Maryland Institute College of Art for two years. A native of Spain, with a degree in illustration, he says he has been hoping to land a full-time job at the top art school. "I was thinking, Well, maybe I will be...
  • The Quiet Revolution

    The Quiet Revolution
    More than a quarter-century has passed since Maryland's last truly competitive Democratic primary for governor in 1986, when Attorney General Stephen Sachs lost to Baltimore Mayor William Donald Schaefer. So this year's polling on June 24 will be...
  • Maryland's lack of transgender civil rights protections is becoming "embarrassing," proponents say

    Discrimination in housing, employment, and public accommodations based on a person's race, sex, age, creed, color, religion, national origin, marital status, disability, and sexual orientation is prohibited all across Maryland. The same protections,...
  • The number of signatures required to get on the ballot is obstructive, not democratic.

    Regarding City Paper's new year's resolutions piece on open primary elections ("Hold open primaries for all elections," Feature, Jan. 1), the stats, rationale, and sentiments almost look good. It is easy to find oneself concurring with the idea of opening...
  • Religion often appears to be losing a foothold in the United States, as regular mass-goers might attest.

    The New Black Directed by Yoruba Richen Plays Feb. 6 at the MICA Brown Center at 7:30 p.m. Religion often appears to be losing a foothold in the United States, as regular mass-goers might attest, but for a robust percentage of the African-American...
  • Baltimore legislator wants to invite third parties to the political process

    Baltimore City state Sen. Bill Ferguson (D-46th District) is worried about the state of democracy in Baltimore, across Maryland, and countrywide. "Voting is the fundamental building block of any democracy," he says, "and the numbers of those voting is...