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What is an Alt-Weekly?

“…these covers not only provide a survey of the history of City Paper, they also scan as a thumbnail history of Baltimore, at least through the alt-weekly lens. ” Continue reading

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If you think watching Chris LaMartina’s low-budget horror films is unnerving, try making one

By Lee Gardner (Baltimore City Paper, 10/12/2011) A party’s getting out of hand in a paneled basement as assorted twentysomethings guzzle beer, and down the hall a buzzed dude gets ready to get busy with a buxom babe. She takes … Continue reading

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Pressed for Time (Globe Poster)

Baltimore’s Globe Poster Company holds decades of music and printing history–and it’s on the verge of being lost By Lee Gardner (Baltimore City Paper, 1/26/2011) Bob Cicero has the air of a man carrying a heavy load, despite the fact … Continue reading

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Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley Sings Johnny Cash

How The Governor Got His Groove Back O’Malley Puts On A Show at Jan. 19 Inaugural Celebration (Prince George’s Suite Magazine, 1/19/2011) The word was that Governor O’Malley’s inaugural would be a little less formal this year. Save money, provide … Continue reading

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