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  • The desperate hustle as a way of life

    April 23, 2014
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    The desperate hustle as a way of life

    Here is the future: nobody gets any job security. Nobody gets a fair wage while they have a job. Nobody gets a retirement fund or even any guarantee they’ll be able to eat tomorrow. And almost everyone is doing everything they can just to get by—and paying some substantial portion of their earnings to...
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  • MICA students respond to Lazarus retirement

    April 23, 2014
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    Yesterday, we reported on MICA’s attempt to make students and starving adjuncts care about the departure of president Fred Lazarus. Today, we gauge the student response in another video.
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  • French Eatery and Bar Le Garage Opens Friday in Hampden

    April 22, 2014
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    French Eatery and Bar Le Garage Opens Friday in Hampden

    On the heels of the announcement that Café Cito will open in Hampden in a couple weeks comes news of yet another food stop in the neighborhood that’s sneakily becoming one of the top destinations for grub in the city—and this one is opening even sooner: Friday, Le Garage Beer Bar & Frites will open its...
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  • Video exclusive: The historical roots of MICA’s Lazarus Legacy Week

    April 22, 2014
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    Video exclusive: The historical roots of MICA’s Lazarus Legacy Week

    The cult-of-personality propaganda surrounding outgoing MICA President Fred Lazarus this week is astounding: Students are invited to partake in “Buttons and Bow ties,” “Fred Talks,” and, of course, attend the “We Love Fred” celebration (for $10 to $136). Students and overworked adjuncts can join a “bow tie mob” or purchase Lazarus Legacy stamps (like...
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  • The Chesapeake Crab & Beer Festival comes to Baltimore this summer

    April 22, 2014
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    The Chesapeake Crab & Beer Festival comes to Baltimore this summer

    Baltimoreans love crabs. Baltimoreans also love beer. But it wasn’t until this year that some genius decided to put these two incredible things together in festival form for our fair city. Luckily, the Chesapeake Crab & Beer Festival, held the past four years in southern Maryland, is coming to the Inner Harbor on June...
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  • Café Cito To Bring Paella And More To Hampden

    April 22, 2014
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    Café Cito To Bring Paella And More To Hampden

    Set to open within a couple weeks, Café Cito will be the latest addition in the ever expanding food scene of Hampden. Located at 3500 Chestnut Ave., previously home to Roland Park Bakery and Deli, Cito will be serving hand crafted sandwiches, soups, salads, fresh pasta, and paella to lunch crowds. The addition of...
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