Don't shut down Banneker Blake Academy
City schools should keep effective Banneker Blake Academy in business.
Former WEAA manager sues Morgan State, alleging she was fired for not endorsing fraudulent reports
A former manager at Morgan State's WEAA is suing over alleged wrongful termination.
Weekend events kick off 50th anniversary commemoration of Catonsville Nine protest
A committee marking the 50th anniversary of the Catonsville Nine demonstration in 1968 will host a series of events in May, kicking off with events scheduled for Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Martin Luther King Jr.'s death changed lives — and Baltimore's civil rights movement
Martin Luther King was assassinated 50 years ago April 4, changing the course of the Civil Rights movement. Some Baltimoreans recall how it altered their directions.
Remembering Martin Luther King: Baltimore reflects, 50 years after his death
Martin Luther King, Jr. died on April 4, 1968 — 50 years later, key figures in Baltimore's history reflect on that period in history.
Baltimore's arts scene figured prominently in the conversations that galvanized America in 2017
A round-up of the triumphs, embarrassments and controversies in the local arts scene in 2017 and how Baltimore was depicted on the small and large screens.
WEAA goes back to its educational roots amid major change, controversy
Changes at public radio stations are rarely made without controversy. And that's the case at Morgan State University's WEAA, which this month returned to its educational roots.
Baltimore City Power Rankings: Branded Polorses, fickle Ravens fans, the Fatberg, more
Best Voice: Marc Steiner
So there is just no way for us to be objective here because Marc Steiner is a longtime friend to City Paper and an occasional collaborator. But still, his
Best Reason To Leave: Everything good is leaving
The McKeldin Fountain. The Schnapp Shop. Club Charles. Shake and Bake. Great Granns. The Value Village on York Road. Platform Gallery. The Marc Steiner Show.
Democracy In Crisis Episode 31: D. Watkins on white supremacy and policing
Profile, Poetry, and Prose from Writers in Baltimore Schools
This year, Lisa Snowden-McCray and I attended two days of Writers in Baltimore Schools’ Summer Writers’ Studio (aka camp) outside Frederick to work with...
Democracy in Crisis Episode 29: Wil Hylton on Breitbart and Bannon
Democracy in Crisis Episode 27: Charlottesville
Democracy In Crisis Episode 26: With Fire and Fury (We're all gonna die!)
Baltimore City Power Rankings: Up for Tyrone West's family and Marc Steiner, down for Trump, more
The West Family
Marc Steiner on signing off Baltimore radio after 24 years
After 24 years as a weekday fixture on Baltimore public radio, Marc Steiner's last show is Monday.
Democracy In Crisis Episode 24: Trump, Mueller, and the mob
Democracy in Crisis Episode 23: Sentencing, Discovery, and a Civil Suit in J20 case
Democracy in Crisis Episode 22: WTF is up with the alt-right?
Democracy In Crisis Episode 21: Black Bloc and the Prosecution of Journalism
Democracy in Crisis Episode 20: Maryland AG Brian Frosh sues the president
Democracy in Crisis Episode 19: Politics and the Counterculture
Democracy in Crisis Episode 18: Hannah Arendt in the Age of Trump Part 2, Global Fascism
Democracy In Crisis Episode 17: Hannah Arendt in the Age of Trump
Democracy In Crisis Episode 16: Trump gives secrets to the Russians; Chelsea Manning freed
In This Week's City Paper: Our Sizzlin' Summer guide, summer books, summer music, and more
Each year, we put out a summer guide highlighting some of the best events and festivals happening in and around Baltimore—to help you plan and all of that. This
Baltimore City Power Rankings: An up for Marc Steiner, a down for the rest of local radio, more
"The Marc Steiner Show"
Democracy In Crisis Episode 15: On the canning of FBI Director James Comey
"The Marc Steiner Show" on WEAA ends on July 31; announces work on documentary, podcast, more
As first reported by the Baltimore Sun, WEAA's "The Marc Steiner Show," which has been on the air in some form for 24 years and is a friend to City Paper, will
Radio host Marc Steiner leaving WEAA
Marc Steiner's show will end its run after nine years on Morgan State University's public radio station, WEAA-FM (88.9).
Democracy In Crisis Episode 14: Trump's Harrisburg Rally and May Day Marches
Death By Southwest: Kim Chase's death raises more questions about the Southwestern police precinct
Kim Chase, a 52-year-old African-American woman, died on April 20 after collapsing in the Southwest District precinct, where she was brought by officers.
Democracy in Crisis Episode 13: Imara Jones on Disarray At 100 Days
Kim Chase's death raises more questions about the Southwestern police precinct
Kim Chase, a 52-year-old African American woman, died on April 20 after collapsing in the Southwest District precinct, where she was brought by officers.
Democracy in Crisis Episode 12: D. Watkins and the Death of Freddie Gray
Local groups are getting people Fired Up & Ready to Go tonight for the People's Climate March
Welp, the Great Barrier Reef is basically toast, and Greenland just loosed a swarm of icebergs, the likes of which no one has ever seen, into the North
Democracy in Crisis Episode 11: Tax Resisters
Democracy in Crisis Episode 8: House Hearings on Possible Russian Involvement in the Election
Listen to two "The Marc Steiner Show" segments on Poly's title run and CP's photo essay
The Rise of Charm City podcast returns for a second season
The Rise of Charm City podcast returns for another season earlier this month, starting with a two-part series on Morgan State University.
Democracy in Crisis Episode 7: The Deconstruction of the Administrative State
Democracy In Crisis Episode 6: Department Of Justification & International Women's Strike
Democracy in Crisis Episode 5: Shane Bauer on Private Prisons & Stoned at CPAC
Democracy in Crisis Episode 4: Sohail Daulatzai on Fifty Years of the "Battle of Algiers"
Democracy in Crisis Episode 3: Immigration Crackdown Special--Aura Bogado & City of Immigrants
Democracy in Crisis: Against Normalization—journalism in the ages of Hitler and Trump
Democracy in Crisis: A podcast discussing the BWI protest with one of its organizers
Hogan's shrewd agenda
Hogan's secret to drive Democrats crazy: Act like one of them.
Hogan promises 'I'm not going to play the politics'
Despite leaders from both parties predicting partisan fights in Annapolis this year, Gov. Larry Hogan on Wednesday promised to stay above the fray.