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Who's Up for Dundalk?

This thoroughly depressing

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, by Jamie Smith Hopkins (

), on skyrocketing home costs in the Baltimore area makes the The Third Floor wonder if he'll ever be able to afford the house, or at least consider getting a job in PR or something more lucrative.

O'Malley's Last March:

The mayor's

produced a few stories over the weekend. The

Sun

's Eric Siegel

a show/fund raiser at Rams Head Live, and produced a rather terrible story. And the

Post

's David Snyder

for the

St. Patrick's Day show at Recher Theatre.

Unchartered Territory:

Daniel de Vise, of the

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,

by charter-school starters in Maryland, including Northeast Baltimore's own

, of City Neighbors Charter School.

Just Can't Wait:

In Sunday's

Sun

, Rob Hiaasen

Jack Kerouac's

On the Road

scroll in Baltimore; it's owned by Public Enemy No. 1's son

.

No-Mart:

In Sunday's

Sun

, they printed an AP story about residents of the Southern Maryland town of Dunkirk's

. They lost, and are getting two of the superstores.

Meat Men:

In today's

Sun

Jill Rosen

along with the folks at

.

Exposure:

Post

art critic Blake Gopnik previews the

,

little-known Baltimore artist John Lehr, whose work decorates the exhibition catalog's cover.

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