Sign up for our newsletters   

Baltimore City Paper home.

Wednesday, August 01, 2007

View a large version

City Paper Digi-Camô


Blockbuster: Gary Waicker Is Not Your Typical Slumlord, But Critics Charge That His Real-Estate Practices Have Done More Damage To Communities Than Those Of Any Landlord In The City | Feature by Deirdre Shesgreen and Van Smith

XXX: 30 Years Of City Paper | Feature by Lee Gardner

Bossin' Around: A History Of How Things Got Done In Baltimore | Feature by Mark Bowden

Street Shooter: Baltimore As Seen Through The Lens Of City Paper-Literally | Feature by Jennifer Bishop

The Dying Art: Originally published March 2, 1984 From the street, it's a nameless driveway in the seedy section of lower Harford Road a few blocks from the Green Castle Bar. | Feature by Phyllis Orrick

Next Stop: The Electric Chair: Originally published March 9, 1984 Arthur Frederick Goode III, 29, sits on death row in the Florida State Prison in Starke, Fla., eagerly awaiting his electrocution. | Feature by John Waters

Period Pieces: Why A Maryland Man Turned His Rec Room Into The World's First Museum Of Menstruation | Feature by Brennen Jensen

Grace Notes: A Decade Of Dischord And Harmony With Lungfish | Feature by John Lewis

Murder Ink | The Mail | Campaign Beat | Campaign Beat | Campaign Beat | Campaign Beat



Dirt Farm: by Ben Claassen III

Lulu Eightball: by Emily Flake



Becoming Jane | Review by Bret McCabe

The Bourne Ultimatum | Review by Bret McCabe

El Cantante | Review by Cole Haddon

Hot Rod | Review by Cole Haddon

Joshua | Review by Bret McCabe

Lady Chatterley | Review by Bret McCabe

Dynamite Warrior | Review by Bret McCabe

Yo Yo Girl Cop | Review by Bret McCabe



Ryleigh's Oyster | Review by Richard Gorelick


CP on Facebook
CP on Twitter