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  • Love that dirty water: New Blue Water Baltimore website maps how nasty Baltimore's water is

    Love that dirty water: New Blue Water Baltimore website maps how nasty Baltimore's water is
    On Aug. 12 and Nov. 6, the entire Jones Falls—from Greenspring Valley down to where it empties into Baltimore's Inner Harbor—was contaminated with high-risk levels of poop-loving bacteria. Thus, anyone coming into contact with virtually any stretch of the river (save Lake Roland, where the bacteria count was less risky on Nov. 6) was playing Russian roulette with such maladies as staph infection and gastro-intestinal illness. The same was true on July 1, though on Oct. 21, nearly all of the Jones Falls was in the low- or moderate-risk range for fecal contamination.
  • Happening Sunday: Bmore Into Comics #5, a battle of the bands, and more

    Happening Sunday: Bmore Into Comics #5, a battle of the bands, and more
    -Bmore Into Comics #5: In some ways, Baltimore is like a comic book. We have good guys and bad guys, a cultural fascination with campiness, dark, dingy alleyways, and once a year, the Inner Harbor is flooded by anime characters. So grab a drink, chat with...

    The Mail 12/10/14

    The Mail 12/10/14
    Deer Me I just cracked open the new issue of the City Paper and read/saw your dead deer with a clown nose thing (Mail, Dec. 3; Online under City Paper Staff Holiday Picks). C’mon now, that’s ridiculous at best and deplorable at truth....

    Hey Cabbie: New Year's Eve is a Cabbie's best friend

    New Year’s Eve is always GOOD!  Cab services become hot and heavy around 9:30 p.m. and last throughout the night. People are everywhere! They line the shores of the Inner Harbor from Canton to Federal Hill and beyond.  All elevated vantage points in...

    The Baltimore Book Festival relocates to the Inner Harbor for good

    The Baltimore Book Festival relocates to the Inner Harbor for good
    After being forced to move from Mount Vernon to the Inner Harbor earlier this year due to the rehabilitation of the Washington Monument, the Baltimore Book Festival is permanently relocating to the harbor, according to a press release from the Baltimore...