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  • Top 5 Future Republican-Inspired Robo-Call Messages Targeted to Baltimore Voters

    5. When you go to vote, remember your passport or you will be arrested by Homeland Security and deported to Mexico. No exceptions! 4. Vote from home! At the end of this message, just press 1 for the Democratic candidate or 2 for the Republican. 3. We...
  • Controversy Brewing Over Renaming Franklin Square

    If friends and admirers of the late Del. Ruth M. Kirk have their way, Franklin Square Park, the site for 16 years of a west-end Family Fun Festival Kirk helped organize, could be renamed in her honor. The park could become The Ruth M. Kirk Park at...
  • 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,...
  • 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,...
  • Local Pols Score High with Eco Watchdog

    Baltimore City's six state senators and 18 state delegates to the Maryland General Assembly, all of them Democrats, delivered a strong voting record on green bills in the 2012 session in Annapolis, according to the Maryland League of Conservation Voters...
  • X-Content: Ten Years Ago in City Paper: August 7, 2002

    Ralph Brave's feature makes the case for law-enforcement use of DNA profiling. In Mobtown Beat, Augusta Olsen profiles Claudia Joy Wingo, a medical herbalist specializing in menopause treatment. The Nose sniffs out controversies over a beer-drinking Jesus...
  • “Without Actually Doing Anything”

    MoJo has an interesting vid of Mitt Romney laying it out to his base.  You've probably seen or heard about it. Most of the attention so far has been focused on his remarks about the "47 percent who are with [President Obama], who are dependent on...
  • Human Rights Campaign Links Michael Peroutka to White Supremacists

    As City Paper reported in 2004, when Maryland debt-collections lawyer Michael Peroutka was the Constitution Party's presidential candidate, the guy's an extreme paleo-conservative with ties to the Texas militia movement and a fellow-traveler with...
  • Mainstream Extremism

    Mainstream Extremism
    Anne Arundel County’s Fifth Councilmanic District is the whitest, most-educated, and richest of the county’s seven districts, and its voters lean heavily in favor of Republicans. If that pattern holds true in November’s general...
  • The back story on Michael Peroutka, the Maryland GOP candidate with secessionist ties

    The back story on Michael Peroutka, the Maryland GOP candidate with secessionist ties
    When the GOP's candidate for Anne Arundel County's Fifth Councilmanic District, Michael Anthony Peroutka, was running as the Constitution Party's candidate for U.S. president in 2004, City Paper published my 6,000-word profile of him. The piece was...
  • The Mail 7/9/14

    The Mail 7/9/14
    “Snap City: Hitting the wood with Baltimore’s dynamic roller-skating crews” Wow! Great piece of writing! I felt like I was an inconspicuous observer, almost voyeuristic intensity. It’s always a special treat to read any...