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  • City public-works official gives qualified thumbs-up to human-versus-pet waste pollution study in Baltimore

    City public-works official gives qualified thumbs-up to human-versus-pet waste pollution study in Baltimore
    City Paper's recent article about a pollution-tracking project in the Jones Falls that aims to distinguish between human and pet waste found discharging from Baltimore's storm-water system was missing comments from an important intended beneficiary of the project: the city's Department of Public Works (DPW), which is responsible for keeping the city's stormwater and sewage systems completely separate from one another.
  • A Horseshoe Up My Ass: 24 hours at Baltimore's shiny new casino

    A Horseshoe Up My Ass: 24 hours at Baltimore's shiny new casino
    Since it is open 24 hours, I proposed to The Editors of City Paper that I would occupy the new Horseshoe Casino on Russell Street for 24 hours straight as a paying customer, even though this is not a full-fledged casino, technically. I don’t mean to...

    Fieldtripping: Staring at the Sun

    The only thing I love more than a good coupon is a membership card. I remember gazing longingly at the ads in my Archie Double Digest as a kid, the ones that promised a four-color button along with a shiny new membership card. I mean, who doesn’t...

    Jimmy John's workers fight for a union

    Jimmy John's workers fight for a union
    On Sunday, Oct. 19, as Ravens fans meandered around the chilly Inner Harbor in advance of the game set to begin later that afternoon, about two dozen workers and community supporters formed a picket line outside the Jimmy John’s sandwich shop on...

    Tears of a Clown: Starbuck has lived a long life as a Baltimore entertainer

    Tears of a Clown: Starbuck has lived a long life as a Baltimore entertainer
    Starbuck the clown whistles as the Inner Harbor crowds pass by. Today, he is dressed, seasonally, as a scarecrow—or a straw man, as he has it; “there’s nothing scary about me,” he says—with yellow paint covering his face...