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When I first moved to Baltimore, my wife and I would walk up Park Avenue and I would point at the brownstone that hosted the... [Read More]
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Photos from City Paper photographer and reporter Reginald Thomas II. [Read More]
Current and former staff members of the City Paper reflect on the end of publication in the Nov. 1, 2017 issue. [Read More]
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City Paper photo editor J.M. Giordano shares four photos from his favorite stories he's worked on. ... [Read More]
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I started out at City Paper answering phones, a gig I got through the calendar editor at the time, with whom I worked at Video... [Read More]
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In the early days of City Paper, photography was almost an afterthought, with small, single images—usually a portrait or a photo of a restaurant front—illustrating... [Read More]
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The woman who called to get the hose turned on sticks in my mind. It was a few years ago, during a heat wave. She... [Read More]
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When I tell people who apparently do not read City Paper that I work for City Paper and mostly cover art, I often hear in... [Read More]
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Whenever things have started to unravel, there has always been work to throw myself into. I've been lucky to always find an outlet. By the... [Read More]
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The Punishment Begins Tom Breihan and Ray Cummings, two former Baltimore City Paper interns and big deal music writers who liked my amateur music... [Read More]
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When I first moved to Baltimore in 1995, I met Jefferson Jackson Steele at the old punk bar Memory Lane before I was even unpacked.... [Read More]
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"These used to be the servants' quarters. The Irony is not lost on us." That, or something to that effect, was what former City... [Read More]
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"Do you have a favorite writer on the staff?" Rebekah Kirkman, the City Paper visual arts editor and intern coordinator, asked on the other end... [Read More]
If the nice Jewish boy from Upper Park Heights had gotten the teaching job at the historic Catholic high school for girls, the paper you... [Read More]
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Murders This Week: 8... [Read More]
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The great Russian-American writer Masha Gessen was standing on the stage at Bard College in New York in front of a sign that read "Crises... [Read More]
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Two-hundred police and federal agents from as far away as Georgia raided 13 locations in and around Baltimore this morning searching for drugs, money and... [Read More]
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Oct. 28-29 There are lots of places that are rarely open to the public throughout the year, or where it would be a little... [Read More]
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The City Paper staff will wrap our last ever issue, which comes out Nov. 1, the day before Halloween. Expect to see us drinking our... [Read More]
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