More on the Paramours:
on the problems at
HQ in Baltimore when it was led by Senate candidate
's Kelly Brewington, Ivan Penn, and Greg Barrett
yesterday with a longish, but kinda weak look at the "culture" inside the NAACP. While their story is certainly full of interesting tidbits--sexual harrassment, favoritism, etc.--it doesn't really move the larger story forward. Still, worth a read.
Speaking of the Senate race, David Nitkin reports in
, and winning, on
to get him to run as the Republican candidate. "Maryland is about to experience Republican politics as you've never seen," Scott W. Reed, a past executive director of the Republican National Committee, tells Nitkin.
And speaking of
--in this case, in the plummeting circulation department--ombudsman Paul Moore attempts, in his Sunday column, to
the double-digit dip on weekdays. It's a nuanced explication, involving the elimination of "low-revenue-producing programs." Letter-writers, of course, enjoy some schadenfraude, because that's what letter-writers do: "Not to wish you ill, but I was certainly happy to learn The Sun's circulation in down," one wrote.
In the other big race shaping up for 2006--that is, for governor--the
' S.A. Miller gets assumed gubernatorial candidate
's fellow Dems to
for his statement last week
As the Broening Highway
plant prepares to shut down later this week, the
' Stacey Hirsh
with workers, the company, and the U.S. automotive industry in general.
Maybe some of the laid-off GM workers can find a job at the new
. Soon, the Surveillance Sector of the economy will employ dozens.
In brighter surveillance news, the
's Arthur Hirsch
's self-proclaimed "Riverkeeper," Fred Tutman.
Movement to Montgomery:
After the semi-surprise court-ordered
of Montgomery County's new sex-ed program, the
' Lori Aratani and Daniel de Vise
how it happened.
chief Kimberle Flowers
to take a similar job in D.C.
pop music critic Rashod D. Ollison on Sunday
's inexplicable everlasting success. Also in Sunday's A&E section, film critic Michael Sragow
All Bets Off:
In last week's
, Alan Zibel
on the city's crack-down on illegal charity "casino" nights. And Julekha Dash
at Pier V will become yet another