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Oct. 6, 1999

October 6, 2009
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Oct. 6, 1999

In the feature, Rob Goldberg, a CP graphic designer at the time, writes about sharing his name with Rob Goldberg, professional wrestler: “This big guy with muscles and no hair has inadvertently had an impact on my life – and yet he has no idea. Maybe I should tell him.” Frank Diller reviews Joyce...
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Court official’s job imperiled after forgery plea

June 18, 2009
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Anthony Dix, the administrative manager of the Baltimore City Circuit Court’s clerks office, admitted forging prescriptions to satisfy his painkiller addiction, the Daily Record reported, and received probation before judgment in Baltimore County district court. When City Paper first covered Dix’s charges in January, his boss, the elected clerk of the court Frank Conaway...
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Bailed on Murder Charge, He’s Arrested for Shooting

August 28, 2008
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The man who police say killed Robert Long execution-style was arrested again on Sunday and charged with shooting a man during an armed robbery. Demetrius Smith, 25 of 416 Parrish St., is a convicted drug dealer who on July 8 was charged with shooting Robert Long twice in the head near the railroad tracks...
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City Paper Responds to Your Tips!

August 1, 2008
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A helpful and observant City Paper reader left a voice-mail message on my phone last night. “ read your article,” the anonymous man said. “Write another one. Morales is out, you dumb fuck.” And so he is. Jose J. Morales (Jr.), whose adventures in crime and unlicensed contracting City Paper has chronicled here, here,...
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Blood on the Wall$: A Film in 21 Parts

August 17, 2007
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Blood on the Wall$: A Film in 21 Parts

Webisode 1 Webisode 2 Webisode 3 Webisode 4 Webisode 5 Webisode 6 Webisode 7 Webisode 8 Webisode 9 Webisode 10 Webisode 11 Webisode 12 Webisode 13 Webisode 14 Webisode 15 Webisode 16 Webisode 17 Webisode 18 Webisode 19 Webisode 20 Webisode 21 Editor’s Note: Barry Michael Cooper broke onto the national stage when his...
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Bob’s Your Uncle: Veteran Pol Bob Curran Stumps For The 3rd District City Council Seat One More Time

July 23, 2007
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Bob’s Your Uncle: Veteran Pol Bob Curran Stumps For The 3rd District City Council Seat One More Time

City Councilman Robert Curran | Image by Jefferson Jackson Steele Michael Hamilton | Image by Jefferson Jackson Steele If you live in the 3rd City Council District and don’t know who Robert Curran is, you’re either new to the neighborhood or out of touch with city politics. Curran isn’t just a three-term councilman who...
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End of the New Century: SEC investigation causes problems for Maryland-based subprime lender New Century Financial Corp.

March 14, 2007
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End of the New Century: SEC investigation causes problems for Maryland-based subprime lender New Century Financial Corp.

| Image by Christopher Myers Most people who have heard of New Century Financial Corp. think of it as a formerly high-flying California-based mortgage lender manned with drunken youngsters who made idiotic loans and reaped millions in fees. But New Century is also a real estate investment trust—REIT, for short—and is organized, for the...
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In This Week’s City Paper

June 22, 2005
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In the cover feature, Van Smith scares up some dead Baltimoreans who have been ghost-voting since the late 1980s. To look at the Johns Hopkins computer-science students’ study that inspired Smith’s story, visit Professor Aviel Rubin’s web site. No direct link, so go to Rubin’s “Work Page,” then “Course #CS 600.443,” “Spring 2005,” finally...
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News Hole

April 5, 2005
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Bar Clark: No one looked good in this one–what with expletive-laden instant-messages, a police chief never really leaving his hometown, domestic-abuse investigations, etc., etc.–but Ex-Baltimore Police Chief Kevin Clark always seemed to look worst. So it comes as no surprise that he has lost his lawsuit against the mayor, which claimed O’Mayor illegally fired...
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March 30, 2005
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Again: More trouble for Maryland’s Dept. of Juvenile Services, this time a guard punching naked kids in the groin at the Alfred D. Noyes Children’s Center in Rockville as part of an initiation ritual. Metoric Meters: If cabbies get their way (ever-increasing gas prices are to blame), prices of taxi rides likely to rise...
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News Hole

March 29, 2005
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The Third Floor is back from Easter vacation, but still way behind, so just fast-and-furious catch-up today. Back to normal tomorrow, hopefully. Patronage Abuse: From today’s Sun, DOT Secretary Bob Flanagan hires another incompetent, this time Anne Arundel County pol/perennial Ehrilich administration employee Phillip Bissett, to head the state’s MARC train system, for more...
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Feature Hole

March 24, 2005
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False Profits: I doubt they planned this, but today’s Sun houses two features on somewhat odd, ethically questionable ways to make prophets: Tom Pelton innoculates the Curtis Bay medical-waste incinerator, now under new ownership; and Stephanie Desmon butchers Hagerstown prison‘s meat-processing plant/state moneymaker. Headlights: In the Towson Times, Bob Allen dodges traffic along with...
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