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Stephanie Rawlings-Blake

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  • Wandering Eye: The continuing legal troubles for Sip & Bite, the end of the world draws closer, and more

    Wandering Eye: The continuing legal troubles for Sip & Bite, the end of the world draws closer, and more
    The arrest of Sip & Bite Restaurant owner Anthony Vasiliades for buying two kilograms of cocaine for $50,000 from a confidential U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration source in an Alexandria, Virginia, parking lot, as first reported by the Baltimore Brew, has reverberated around Baltimore. The charge will likely complicate Vasiliades' other legal problem: an ongoing lawsuit over his allegedly illegal wage-paying practices at Sip & Bite. Vasiliades' alleged co-conspirator, Minas Politis, also a restaurateur, owns Opa Express, a Greek and Mediterranean carry-out in Balitmore's Northeast Market. The joint celebrated its one-year anniversary in December, and to mark the occasion, it reposted on its Facebook page a photograph of mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake in front of its market stall, smiling as she poses holding one of its dishes, with Politis and his wife Sophia looking on proudly behind her. The mayor originally posted the photo on her page in December 2013, to announce the Northeast Market's grand re-opening. This being Baltimore, you never know who's going to end up accused of kilo-quantity drug conspiracies. (Van Smith)
  • Skating the Curfew

    Skating the Curfew
    The sound of skateboards scraping on concrete and iron rails echoes throughout West Baltimore’s Hanlon Park, as a group of kids armed with customized boards, Vans backpacks, and Monster energy drinks gather around to show off their skills. Joseph...

    Spector takes some heat from council colleagues for multimember council districts bill

    Spector takes some heat from council colleagues for multimember council districts bill
    City Councilwoman Rochelle "Rikki" Spector (5th District) took some lip from colleagues Monday night after introducing a bill calling for a return to multimember council districts. The City Council was revamped a decade ago when "Question P" reduced the...

    The Mail 12/31/14

    The Mail 12/31/14
    Editor’s Note: On Saturday, Dec. 27, President Obama announced the end of the U.S. combat mission in Afghanistan. Since the beginning of the conflict in 2001, City Paper has been keeping track of the number of U.S. soldiers killed there in the small...

    Wandering Eye: Maryland Republicans don't understand the First Amendment, bad grades for the bay, and more

    Wandering Eye: Maryland Republicans don't understand the First Amendment, bad grades for the bay, and more
    The anti-democratic tendencies of some the Free State's elected officials have become laughable, such as the Harford County Council's policy barring the public and the press from approaching its members during hearings, instituted last month. But...