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Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program

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  • Why the hell won't Baltimore City Social Services answer the damn phone?

    Why the hell won't Baltimore City Social Services answer the damn phone?
    Allen Savage is a friend of mine. He helps me make tasteless music video parodies like this, and this, working usually for free on Sunday afternoons. He's appeared in this newspaper as a model many times. Stressed out by the long illness and subsequent death of his grandmother, out of a radio job he held for a few decades, he is also on the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, now known as SNAP, formerly called food stamps. 
  • Quick and Dirty

    Quick and Dirty
    Quick and Dirty I am a man who tends to ejaculate prematurely. Not all the time—but at least 50 percent of the time, I’m good for two to three minutes and then I REALLY have to be careful. I’ve learned to manage it and work around it...

    Downtown security guards unionizing

    [caption id="attachment_21599" align="alignleft" width="300"] Photo courtesy 32BJ SEIU[/caption] Downtown security guards are fighting Brantley Security for union representation, and City Council President Bernard C. "Jack" Young offered his support at...

    Goods & Services

    Goods & Services
    BEST CONSIGNMENT STORE Fashion Attic 1926 Fleet St., (410) 276-0817, Jam-packed, dimly lit consignment stores can inspire hours-long hunting and lead to armfuls of slightly soiled, sometimes beaten-up clothes to try on only to...

    Do It Yourself

    A recent message from Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. to utility consumers: It's your problem, not ours. Last month City Paper received a packet in the mail from BGE noting that the company is spending $6 million over the next three years to encourage...