Current and former staff members of the City Paper reflect on the end of publication in the Nov. 1, 2017 issue.
If the nice Jewish boy from Upper Park Heights had gotten the teaching job at the historic Catholic high school for girls, the paper you are now reading might
Tom Breihan and Ray Cummings, two former Baltimore City Paper interns and big deal music writers who liked my amateur music blog, got me a meeting about
The woman who called to get the hose turned on sticks in my mind. That was one of my best days at work. But, really, even the bad days were pretty good.
“Do you have a favorite writer on the staff?” Rebekah Kirkman, the City Paper visual arts editor and intern coordinator, asked on the other end of the phone as