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  • Woody Harrelson bought a Baltimore hotel. What other struggling businesses can we pawn off on celebrities?

    [caption id="attachment_20422" align="alignleft" width="200"] Local savior? (Creative Commons)[/caption] To bring the True Detective news cycle to a close, actor Woody Harrelson bought a stake in the Inn at the Black Olive, a boutique hotel in Fells...
  • At last night's rally protesting the deaths of Tyrone West and Mike Brown, a call for police accountability

    At last night's rally protesting the deaths of Tyrone West and Mike Brown, a call for police accountability
    For more than a year the family of Tyrone West, a 44-year-old African-American man who died in a police confrontation on July 18, 2013, has staged a protest and rally each Wednesday night in front of City Hall and/or the Baltimore State's Attorney's...
  • Chasin' the Gram

    Chasin' the Gram
    The English 101 class I teach at Coppin is the shit. Technology is on point, we have the latest everything, and my students are amazing. I assign hot contemporary books—right now we're reading Buck by MK Asante and just finished Jay-Z's Decoded....
  • MISTLE-ANEOUS

    MISTLE-ANEOUS
     $1 or Less Days. For less than $1, visit downtown museums and attractions, including the Babe Ruth Museum, Baltimore Museum of Industry, Christmas Village in Baltimore, Geppi’s Entertainment Museum, Historic Ships in Baltimore, the Jewish Museum of...
  • The Mail 9/10/14

    The Mail 9/10/14
    Reading Between the Lines Recently, I got the Aug. 13 issue of City Paper, and as always, I was deeply disturbed by the way white writers at City Paper constantly give the mostly white bigoted readers of City Paper some satisfaction about the darkies in...
  • Market Value

    Market Value
    Walk into Reading Terminal Market, an enclosed public market in downtown Philadelphia, and you’ll find yourself surrounded by an assortment of rich smells and bright colors. You’ll see fresh produce and sushi, specialty cheeses, artisanal...
  • Michael Gonzales goes way back to 1979 in this week's feature story about his first love... on the Block.

    Michael Gonzales goes way back to 1979 in this week's feature story about his first love... on the Block. And in City Folk, J.M. Giordano reports on Charlie Demby, the first black door man on the Block, a former drug-dealer and Black Panther. In...
  • Bearings Craft Fair, Hangover Brunch, Water-Skiing Santa, and more.

    $1 or Less Days. For less than $1, visit downtown museums and attractions, including the Babe Ruth Museum, Baltimore Museum of Industry, Christmas Village in Baltimore, Geppi's Entertainment Museum, Historic Ships in Baltimore, the Jewish Museum of...
  • There are no really good or authentic burrito or taco places in central Baltimore

    Mexican Delight 400 W. Lexington St., themexicandelight.com If there is one thing central Baltimore lacks, it is Mexican food. There is the high-end Mari Luna and the corporate Chipotle, and a number of bars that offer a quesadilla or burrito, but...
  • Robbie Silverman honors his cats Tweety and Sylvester in the Jewish tradition

    Every single Sunday for the past seven years, Robbie Silverman has gone to the Humane Society's pet cemetery in Owings Mills to visit Tweety, the cat he lost to diabetes in 2006. "I never missed a weekly visit in seven years," says Silverman, 53, who...
  • The Charmery, Oliver Speck's, and Beatnik Bar

    The Scoop For the Charmery, a grand opening celebration means simply opening the doors. In Hampden, that's pretty much all it will take for an ice cream parlor. "We've gotten wonderful feedback from the community, there's real excitement out there," says...
  • A celebration of and complete guide to Baltimore City Public Markets

    It was 1763-exactly 250 years ago-when the first Baltimore City Public Market opened at Baltimore and Gay streets. That original market, which was constructed entirely of wood and predated the United States of America, is long since gone, but the...