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  • Wandering Eye: Checking in with David Simon, 3-D printed guns, and the benefits of being a Jewish Orioles fan

    Wandering Eye: Checking in with David Simon, 3-D printed guns, and the benefits of being a Jewish Orioles fan
    For those curious to know what David Simon's been doing and thinking about recently, check out this lengthy piece by John Mulholland, editor of The Guardian's Sunday newspaper, The Observer. In it, Simon discusses the themes of "Show Me a Hero," his expected HBO miniseries about a Yonkers, New York public-housing battle in the 1980s, and rails against what he seems to see as an irrevocably broken social contract in a system rigged to protect the already wealthy from the threat of lower-class upward mobility. Asked about his future in television, Simon said, "Well, I have enough to keep writing these miniseries nobody will watch for as long as HBO will allow nobody to watch them." (Van Smith)
  • Potential Gallery CA art exhibit causes controversy with its culturally insensitive message, critics say

    Potential Gallery CA art exhibit causes controversy with its culturally insensitive message, critics say
    An exhibition intended to be shown at Gallery CA, still in the very beginning stages of planning, has come under fire for communicating a culturally insensitive message. "Xenos," curated by Lizz Skalka, a current student at MICA, focuses on the...

    Loring Cornish and Evergreen Museum spar over cancelled show and the legacy of the March on Washington

    On May 11, the Evergreen Museum and Library of Johns Hopkins University was supposed to host an exhibition of the work of Loring Cornish (see our 2005 profile) to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the 1963 March on Washington, but a disagreement between...

    Amidst lively historical detail, "City of Women" presents moral conundrum

    By Michael Reyes Imagine you are on your way to work when your bus comes to an abrupt halt. This startles you, but it's nothing out of the ordinary. A couple of uniformed men enter the bus, requesting to see each passenger's documents. "Geheime...

    News Hole

    Well, not too many other big local stories today--besides the arrest of two Eastern Baltimore County 18-year-old boys for Friday's shooting at Towson Town Center of St. Paul's School faculty member William Bassett--so straight to the news roundup. Two...