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Laura Lippman on Baltimore’s Many Lives and Layered Literary Myths
Few people know the city like this novelist-reporter.
John Waters Is the Godfather of Baltimore’s Art Scene
The Prince of Puke’s museum retrospective inspires six artists to reflect on his transgressive influence on his hometown.
Melvin Williams, Kingpin of
He partly inspired the character of Avon Barksdale.
Solange Debuted New Song, ‘Rise,’ Dedicated to Ferguson and Baltimore
“He is only a man with flesh and bones.”
E. Alex Jung
Prince’s ‘Baltimore’ Is a More Complex Kind of Protest Song
The Purple One performed the new track live for the first time last night.
How ‘The Nightly Show’ Found Its Voice in Its Baltimore Coverage
I’ve been keeping up with The Nightly Show since its premiere, a handful of episodes here and there excepted, and it’s going as well as anyone […]
Larry Wilmore Has a Diner Date with Rival Baltimore Gang Members
Earlier this week, a local Baltimore news report featuring rival gang members explaining their new truce went viral, so Larry Wilmore headed […]
Larry Wilmore Examines the Baltimore Police Department’s History of Rough […]
Here’s a clip from last night’s Nightly Show, in which Larry Wilmore takes a closer look at the Baltimore PD’s documented past of “rough […]
before and after
See Before and After Photos of Locations From
Hamsterdam, then and now.
E. Alex Jung
Trey Parker and Matt Stone Have a New Kenny (And Spenny)
Plus industry news on Mary J. Blige, Paul McCartney, and Tom Shadyac.