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  • Street muralist Nether connects the civil rights movement with Sandtown in Freddie Gray mural

    Street muralist Nether connects the civil rights movement with Sandtown in Freddie Gray mural
    The death of Freddie Gray and the ensuing unrest in Baltimore inspired a lot of local artists: Rapper Young Moose released an anthemic song and video, ‘No SunShine’; Lafayette Gilchrist and the New Volcanoes, whose show at The Windup Space was delayed because of the curfew, played new songs ‘Blues for Freddie Gray’ and ‘Curfew’ at the rescheduled gig; and filmmaker Theo Anthony put together “Peace In The Absence Of War” (see page 28).
  • Murder Ink: 1/14/15

    Murder Ink: 1/14/15
    A police officer died six weeks after a police car he was riding in crashed into a telephone pole while chasing a man on a moped. Craig Chandler had been a cop for six years. Bishop Suffragan Heather Cook, the second in command of the Maryland Episcopal...

    Art Basel Wrap Up, Part One

    Of all the hurdles to get there- scrutinous press registration, despotic bouncers, strict dress codes, and a transit system that makes Baltimore look like Tokyo- escaping the airport is always the most frustrating. Labyrinthine warrens of moving sidewalks...

    JFX/I-83 to Close Lanes on Friday After Work

    Oh, joy. Key phrase here: "significant washout and undermining conditions." Hat Tip to City Councilmember Mary Pat Clarke, who e-mailed us (and everyone) about the coming jam. Here's the link to the Transportation Dept. details. Full release below....

    Angry residents turn out at Canton Red Line meeting

    Last night the Maryland Transportation Authority hosted its second meeting regarding the maintenance of traffic during construction of the Baltimore Red Line's Downtown East Portal. For several years now, the controversial east-west train line has been...