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Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.

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  • 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: July 24, 2002

    The feature package is a pro-anorexia essay and Natalie Davis' examination of the pro-anorexia world on the Web. Brennen Jensen's Mobtown Beat explores dysfunctional attempts to redevelop Old Town Mall The Nose outs felonious butt-leggers. Hank Baker's...
  • X-Content: Ten Years Ago in City Paper: Sept. 25, 2002

    City Paper's 2002 Big Books issue focuses on pulp literature, and has an introduction and five features: Tom Chalkley on H.L. Menken's role in the genre; Lizzie Skurnick on her Sweet Valley writing gig; Christopher Skokna on comics as literature; Wendy...
  • 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...
  • X-Content: Ten years ago in City Paper: October 16, 2002

    Charles Cohen's feature sizes up how well Maryland and Virginia are working together to help shore up the Chesapeake Bay oyster fishery. In Mobtown Beat, Afefe Tyehimba reports on the city's persistently dangerous playgrounds and Brennen Jensen updates...
  • X-Content: 10 years ago in City Paper: April 16, 2003

    Ericka Blount Danois' feature explores the efforts of the National Black Farmers' Association to trade with Cuba. In Mobtown Beat, Brennen Jensen rolls in on the reopening in Brooklyn of a duckpin bowling alley and David Morley delves into Butchers Hill...
  • X-Content: 10 years ago in City Paper: April 9, 2003

    Afefe Tyehimba's feature gets the word on Poetry for the People Baltimore. In Mobtown Beat, Waris Banks reports on an alleged screw-up at Baltimore's Department of Social Services and David Morley reports on community reaction in Pimlico to a killed...
  • In This Week's City Paper

    In the feature, Terrie Snyder talks, at length, with former Baltimore Police Commissioner Ed Norris. Linked to this St. Petersburg Times story --Norris now lives in the Tampa area--some days ago, but it's worth another look. Both Political Animal Brian...
  • In It for the Money

    Speaking of millions, two gubernatorial hopefuls raked them in yesterday. The take? According to David Nitkin's Sun story, $2 million for Mayor Martin O'Malley, at an M&T Bank Stadium fundraiser, and $100,000 for current Gov. Robert Ehrlich, through a $1,...
  • X-Content: 10 years ago in City Paper: April 30, 2003

    A two-pack of features – with Waris Banks examining affirmative action's impact on college students of color and Earl Byrd telling the story of Rodell Bailey-El's college-education redemption - puts the spotlight on higher education. In Mobtown...
  • GOP's Ballinger pleads guilty to impersonating Secret Service agent

    Robert D. Ballinger II, a former spokesman for the Maryland Department of the Environment and the Maryland Department of Corrections, on Sept. 3 pleaded guilty to impersonating a U.S. Secret Service special agent, according to court documents. Ballinger,...
  • Sun ends partnership with conservative political blog

    One of the problems of running a modern American daily newspaper in the current divided political climate is keeping conservative readers happy, especially on the opinion side. Conservative readers have long railed against journalists as inherently...