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  • Conflicts of Interest: Conflicts at large

    Conflicts of Interest: Conflicts at large
    When City Paper was bought by the Sun over a year ago, I argued in a New York Times op-ed that there is a special connection between alt-weeklies and the cities they write about, especially in a city such as Baltimore where anywhere between 20 and 40 percent of the population is not online. I wrote, “An alt weekly has a staff of paid reporters and editors whose jobs are not only to know the city, but to love it, to hate it, and to be an integral part of it, cajoling, ridiculing, praising and skewering city officials, artists and entrepreneurs alike, while giving voices to the ‘city folk.’”
  • The Mail 4/15/15

    The Mail 4/15/15
    FROM THE WEB, FACEBOOK, AND TWITTER “Sean Gray confronts gap in venue accessibility for people with disabilities in Baltimore and beyond” its a legitimate fight....i’d be mad too.... —“Patrice Johnson,” April...

    It's John Oliver vs. The Helmand

    It's John Oliver vs. The Helmand
    Worked into a lather by outgoing Afghan President Hamid Karzai's lack of gratitude to the United States, HBO's comically blustering John Oliver came up with the perfect revenge over the weekend. He read aloud negative Internet reviews of The Helmand,...

    Afghan president's brother withdraws from election, backs ex-minister

    Qayum Karzai, the Maryland-based brother of Afghan President Hamid Karzai, said Wednesday that he was withdrawing from next month's presidential election and would back former foreign minister Zalmai Rassoul, widely believed to be the current president'...

    Taliban threatens to attack presidential election in Afghanistan

    KABUL, Afghanistan -- The Taliban threatened to attack next month’s presidential election in Afghanistan, calling on its followers “to use all force” in targeting poll workers and political activists and to disrupt balloting. “We...