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  • Wandering Eye: Frank Conaway Sr. passes away, China's takeover of the US pork industry, and more

    Wandering Eye: Frank Conaway Sr. passes away, China's takeover of the US pork industry, and more
    The inimitable Frank Conaway Sr., the longtime elected clerk of the Baltimore City Circuit Court and scion of an enduring and enigmatic political dynasty, has died in his sleep at 81 years old. The Sun's Jacques Kelly wrote the paper of record's obituary, which covers the bases well. An email from Baltimore bailbondsman Mark Adams, a longtime Conaway friend, shares additional, insightful details. Conaway Sr. "was old enough to know hard-core, Jim Crow racism, but positive enough to overcome it and become the highest vote getter in the city," Adams writes, despite "preferring retail politics" and "outdated ways" rather than the internet, adding that it reportedly "drove Martin O’Malley crazy that this guy, with no money, could get more votes than he could." In 2011, when Conaway Sr. displayed a gun after anti-Conaway activist Adam Meister, a prolific runner, showed up at his house and allegedly kicked at him, Adams remembers Conaway Sr. having a funny response: "He told me, 'I'm still pretty fast, but that guy really could run. I couldn't catch him if I wanted to. He's crazy, but he sure can run fast.'" (Van Smith)
  • The Mail: Art Love

    The Mail: Art Love
    Art Love I am a longtime artist and advocate for the arts. I love Baltimore and everything about this city. I am constantly surrounded by beautiful Baltimoreans of all races, ethnicities, religions, and cultures that understand the transformative nature...

    The Mail: Bad Monsters

    The Mail: Bad Monsters
    Bad Monsters Obama-looking monster (supposed to be Anthony Brown) on the cover (“Face-Off,” Feature, Oct. 29). Hogan is the more obvious monster, and I find this work by talented artist D’Incau to border on the racist, as well as the...

    Best Conaway

    What political family is more up in your Baltimore City life than the Conaways? Their campaign posters are plastered on vacants across the city, not to mention all over the Conaway home on Liberty Heights Avenue. Hell, if you got married here, Frank...

    And They're Off . . . Mebbe a Little Prematurely

    It may only be June, but it's never too late to start thinking about the upcoming election season, right? In case the January appointment of Mayor Sheila Dixon (taking the place of Martin O'Malley, who skipped out to become governor) fooled you into...