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Awl-Mighty Mobs

By Brennen Jensen (Baltimore City Paper, 10/28/1998) On Nov. 3, Baltimoreans (well, about half of them anyway) will march to the polls to vote. Public schools will be closed and the evening’s sitcoms will be interrupted as the results trickle … Continue reading

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Mobtown Muck

By Brennen Jensen (Baltimore City Paper, 11/8/2000) “Aristocratic, historic Baltimore is the slumming-ground for thousands of escaping Washingtonians.” Such a statement could have been written yesterday, given the number of D.C.-area residents who regularly hammer up Interstate 95 for a … Continue reading

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A Bar with a View

Unflappable Esther Martin Has Run the Club Charles Since 1951. Who Better to Tell of Her Block’s Boom, Bust, and Possible Rebirth? By Brennen Jensen (Baltimore City Paper, 2/16/2000) “There is nothing which has yet been contrived by man by … Continue reading

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Baltimore’s Ghost Stories to Tingle Your Spine

By Tom Chalkley, Charles Cohen and Brennen Jensen  (Baltimore City Paper’s “Charmed Life’” 10/25/2000) We don’t believe in spooks. We don’t, we don’t, we don’t believe in spooks. And yet . . . on a chilly October night, when the … Continue reading

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