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Shelter From the Storm: Heart’s Place Shelter at St. John’s Church in Baltimore keeps residents warm through the blizzard but financial problems may close its doors.

February 18, 2010
By Andrea Appleton

Read the accompanying web-only Mobtown Beat article, “The Mean Season: Small Charles Village shelter for the homeless facing early closure due to funding shortage” by Andrea Appleton.
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Baltimore Snowpocalypse 2010

February 9, 2010
By admin

Who cares if the heavy snows knock out electricity, snarl commutes, pull tree branches onto cars, and give you a heart attack as you shovel your vehicle out of oblivion? The heavy white makes for some pretty imagery, particularly in glorious black and white. We’ve posted pictures from friends and staff on Flickr, and we...
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Single Payer Minded: Interviews with Arrested Single Payer Health Care Activists

February 3, 2010
By Erin Sullivan and Frank Klein

Drs. Carol Paris, Eric Naumburg, and Margaret Flowers, and retired psychological counselor Charles Loubert, are Maryland-based health-care practitioners who feel so strongly about health-care reform–more specifically, they’d like to see some form of a single-payer system put in place in the United States–that they’ve each been arrested in an effort to spread the word...
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Making Hard Cider

January 21, 2010
By Aliza Sollins

See Michelle Gienow’s article Hard Cider: Homemade hooch is cheap and easy in the Jan. 20, 2010 Eat Me.
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The Ken Burns Effect

December 15, 2009
By Joe Tropea
The Ken Burns Effect

Emmy award-winning, Oscar-nominated documentarian Ken Burns was in Baltimore Dec. 8, at the B&O Railroad Museum. He’s been in town often this year, he says, giving speeches, doing promo appearances, visiting The Sun. This time it was to...
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In Jail? You Need Divine Intervention.

October 9, 2009
By admin

When the Big Man calls, you best be ready: The Bishop also handles pest control too. From the mind of Marchant Media.
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Gary Kachadourian on the Steelworkers Mural, Station North and Artist-Led Gentrification

August 12, 2009
By Tim Hill

Gary Kachadourian expounds on his appreciation of the African American Steelworkers mural, the Station North Door and Window Project, and whether artist-led gentrification is even possible in Baltimore. Read the interview in August 12, 2009’s cover story. By use of this code snippet, I agree to the Brightcove Publisher T and C found at http://corp.brightcove.com/legal/terms_publisher.cfm. —>
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Baxter

May 19, 2009
By Joe MacLeod


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Legends of the UnWired

April 30, 2009
By admin


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Walking with Santa and the Chicken

December 12, 2008
By Frank Hamilton

A walk from the 2008 Baltimore Washington Monument lighting to Joe Squared Pizza and the first annual 2-PIECE & A BISCUIT art show.
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