X-Content: Ten Years Ago in City Paper: Aug. 14, 2002
Ericka Blount Danois’ feature profiles Donell Trusty, Durryle Brooks, Anastasia Lee, and Kareem Branch, Baltimore City public-schools students beating the odds in a troubled system.
In Mobtown Beat, Waris Banks reports on Baltimore’s immigrants from Trinidad and Tobago.
Campaign Beat is Brennen Jensen, covering a six-way delegates race in the 43rd District, and Natalie Davis, weighing the gay-rights records of gubernatorial candidates Kathleen Kennedy Townsend and Robert Ehrlich.
Ballot Stuffing reports on the political abandonment of incumbent state Del. Carolyn Krysiak (D-46th), a scathing audit of Mary Conaway’s Register of Wills office, and the latest theatrics of state Sen. Clarence Mitchell IV (D-44th District).
I, Investigative Reporter shows how to navigate campaign-finance reports.
Charles Cohen’s Charmed Life tours the shore-shack culture of Middle River.
The Mail has letters from Pete Ross, Dana Maier, J.R. Menning, and A. Robert Kaufman.
Scocca & MacLeod’s proto-blog, Funny Paper, reads the comics so you don’t have to.
The Arts is Benn Ray, profiling Leroy James Couser, a one-man, traveling thrift store.
In Stage, Brennen Jensen likes the set of Paragon Theatre’s production of Brad Rogers’ A Certain Mystery, but nothing else about it.
Michaelangelo Matos’ Music profiles DJ /rupture.
Bret McCabe interviews Baltimore’s chart-climbing Mario for No Cover.
Michelle Gienow’s Dish still likes Zorba’s.
In Cheap Eats, Christopher Skokna gets his cheap meat on a stick at Afghan Kabob.
Anna Ditkoff gets hip with Frazier’s on the Avenue.