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When I first moved to Baltimore, my wife and I would walk up Park Avenue and I would point at the brownstone that hosted the old City Paper offices. “I’m going
I am a pretty handsome gay (I have been told) and I am dating a gorgeous man. I am 34, and he is 31. I am bottom only, and he is top only—so it’s a good match.
Herrick: Commie pot orgy—don’t tell my parents
Giordano: Everything looks worse in black and white
Ericson: So long, City Paper, and thanks for all the fits
Callahan: Joy, pain, and nausea
Kirkman: Everything happens so much
Soderberg: 14 digressions about the Baltimore City Paper, which is dead now
Towery: A long goodbye to City Paper
Weigel: This is the end, beautiful friend
Breckenridge: I found my voice, but Baltimore is losing one
'This isn’t tuna—I don’t want it': Alan Hirsch, a City Paper co-founder, looks back