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  • The Hopkins Hustle

    The Hopkins Hustle
    A middle-aged black man flagged cab 1914 in front of the main branch of the Enoch Pratt Free Library on Cathedral Street. His destination was Northeast Market in East Baltimore.
  • Film Review: Ping Pong Summer

    Film Review: Ping Pong Summer
    Directed by Michael Tully Showing at The Charles June 6 and 7 Perhaps every decade gets the ambitious tracking shot it deserves. In the 1950s, Orson Welles complicated film noir's black-and-white morality with the subjectively baroque single-take...

    Good Ride Number Nine

    Good Ride Number Nine
    Excerpt: Fiction Bernice Last Chance, Colorado, may have been the first chance I've had to be happy naked in public, but the carnival must move on and so must I. Before the whole troupe wakes up I sneak a note inside Polk-A-Dotty and Buster's trailer...

    Getting Around

    Getting Around
    Baltimore infamously lacks an integrated, comprehensive mass transit system connecting all neighborhoods with the tourist areas and larger interstate transit hubs. Fifty years of poor planning and general stupidity have left the city with a mishmash of...

    TV Review: Broadchurch

    The BBC series Broadchurch, already critically acclaimed in its home country, crossed the pond Wednesday night to premiere on BBC America. The eight-part series follows the murder investigation of 11-year-old Danny Latimer, who is found dead on the...