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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)
  • Catch-Up

    I've been super-busy the past few days, so let's catch up on some pretty decent and/or distressing stories from over the weekend and other stuff I've found, with maybe a short News Hole later. Charm City Massacre: The fact that 50 Cent's new album, The...

    Spend Our Way to the World Series

    With many of baseball's free agents signed to contracts, and pitchers and catchers due to report to the Orioles' Sarasota spring training complex in a little over a month, there's not too much Executive Vice President of Operations Dan Duquette can do...

    It is seriously hard to get excited for the season when the most interesting move the club has made was backing out of a botched bullpen signing.

    Orioles spring training opens next week, and I for one would not want to hear Chuck Thompson's assessment of the beer temperature in Baltimore. Baseball's offseason is known as the Hot Stove League, but for Baltimore fans it's been more of a hot mess. The...

    The friendly rivals next door

    Counting down the five things I least like to see, I'd probably go Terrible Towels at Ravens Stadium at five, police lights in my rearview at four, three and two was a toss-up, but I'll give three to a Yankees fan getting a one-in-10,000 Crush Davis...