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Baltimore

  1. art
    John Waters Is the Godfather of Baltimore’s Art SceneThe Prince of Puke’s museum retrospective inspires six artists to reflect on his transgressive influence on his hometown.
  2. food deserts
    The Salvation Army Is Opening Affordable Grocery Stores in Food DesertsThe first location opened today in northeast Baltimore.
  3. gallery
    This Baltimore Photographer Captured Protests After the Death of Freddie GrayPhotographer Devin Allen’s new book A Beautiful Ghetto captures the city in protest.
  4. sexual assault
    The Keepers Prompted Police to Create an Easier Way to Report Sexual AssaultBaltimore police created an online form for survivors to more easily report abuse related to the film.
  5. Baltimore Cop Charged for Giving Freddie Gray a ‘Rough Ride’ Is Acquitted Caesar Goodson Jr. faced the most serious of the charges among six police officers. 
  6. New Video Shows Baltimore School Cop Slapping and Kicking StudentThe chief of the school police has been placed on administrative leave.
  7. Maryland Court Halts Trials for Cops Involved in Freddie Gray’s DeathThe court wants to consider whether one officer can be forced to testify against the others.
  8. Black Lives Matter Activist DeRay Mckesson Joins Baltimore Mayoral RaceWith 13 Democrats running, it could be an uphill battle.
  9. Food Waste
    A Food-Waste Start-up Just Got $100,000 on Shark TankHungry Harvest hit pay dirt with its ugly-vegetable delivery service.
  10. Ball-Biting Maryland Cop Has to Turn In His Badge and GunThis is what happens on Cinco de Mayo at Baltimore’s Looney’s Pub.
  11. Baltimore Mayor Replaces Police Commissioner Anthony BattsThe people of Baltimore deserve better.”
  12. Unfunny Business
    Restaurant Realizes Too Late That a Caitlyn Jenner Menu Joke Was a Bad IdeaIt hasn’t even apologized for it.
  13. FIFA, Freddie Gray, and the New Power of the ProsecutorMarilyn Mosby and Loretta Lynch are not just indicting criminals: They’re trying to clean up corrupt cultures.
  14. Martin O’Malley Gives Hillary Clinton Someone Else to Run AgainstThe third entrant in the Democratic primary faces an uphill struggle to define himself with voters.
  15. All 6 Police Officers Indicted in the Death of Freddie GrayA grand jury has approved charges against the Baltimore cops, but is the city’s skyrocketing crime a result of the fallout?
  16. New Study Shows Riots Make America ConservativeNonviolent protests work. Violent protests cause a backlash.
  17. Cops Charged in Freddie Gray’s Death Want Marilyn Mosby Off the Case They’ve accused the prosecutor of “overzealous prosecution.”
  18. Baltimore Asks DOJ to Review Police DepartmentWe have to have a foundation of trust, and I believe that we need the assistance of the Department of Justice … “
  19. Officer Charged in Freddie Gray’s Death Argues That His Arrest Was LegalAnd to prove that point, his lawyer wants access to Gray’s knife.
  20. Loretta Lynch Meets Freddie Gray’s FamilyThis is a flashpoint situation. We lost a young man’s life, and it begins to represent so many things.’’
  21. Baltimore Ends Curfew As National Guard Prepares to Leave It’s going to take a little while for us to get totally back to normal.”
  22. Reports: Freddie Gray Broke His Neck in Police Van — But Not IntentionallyThe second prisoner says police are misconstruing his statement.
  23. Police Leak Claims Freddie Gray Was ‘Intentionally Trying to Injure Himself’But a source close to one of the officers says he was hurt before he was put in the police van.
  24. the sports section
    How Playing in an Empty Stadium Affects AthletesIt can be helpful for the ones who aren’t good at blocking out distractions.
  25. Anchors vs. Activists: Baltimore EditionAnchors and activists use the Baltimore protests as an opportunity to school each other.
  26. Carl Stokes to CNN: Thug Is Racially ChargedOf course it’s not the right word to call our children thugs.”
  27. O’Malley’s Baltimore Protest Visit BackfiresHecklers blamed the former mayor for worsening relations between police and the black community.
  28. Baltimore Quiets After Police Clash With Protesters Resisting Curfew Thousands of National Guardsmen and police officers were on the streets Tuesday night.
  29. Last Night There Was a Riot in My NeighborhoodFewer neighborhoods had been destroyed than I expected. But the city still looks terrible.
  30. protests
    National Guard Activated in Baltimore RiotsRioters have set fires, looted businesses, and injured at least 15 police officers.
  31. Peaceful Protest Ends in Clash With Baltimore Police Around 1,000 people demonstrated against the death of Freddie Gray.
  32. Why Is Freddie Gray Dead?It may have less to do with villainy than tragedy, less to do with racism than race.
  33. ‘Rough Ride’ in Police Van May Have Caused Freddie Gray’s Fatal Spine InjuryThe police commissioner confirmed he wasn’t wearing a seat belt.
  34. Protests Continue As Justice Department Opens Probe of Freddie Gray’s DeathBaltimore’s police department was already under investigation.
  35. Should Gay-Marriage Opponents Be ‘Shunned’?A school’s liberal community is in an outcry over a Facebook post.
  36. Lawsuits
    Hooters Fired a Black Waitress Because She Dyed Her HairThe company will have to pay her $250,000 for racial discrimination.
  37. Throwdowns
    Baltimore McDonald’s Combat Incoming Shake Shack With Old BayIt’s time for Charm City to choose sides.
  38. Something For Nothing
    Baltimore Pizzeria Will Trade Pizza for Your Ray Rice Jersey“These jerseys will save us money on toilet paper this week.”
  39. Complaints
    Ex-Employee Accuses Hooters of Racial DiscriminationFarryn Johnson says her hair coloring landed her in trouble.
  40. Foodievents
    David Lentz Preparing Baltimore Pit Beef at Hungry CatThe chef-owner is paying tribute to his hometown with regional specialties.
  41. male gaze
    Male Gaze: Ray Rice’s Winning SmileA football player with arms (and much more) that are meant for hugging.
  42. Crime Scenes
    Shakedown: Seizure-Faking Restaurant Customer Caught by CopsThe crook wanted free meals.
  43. Empire Building
    Michael Mina and LAMill Unite in BaltimoreThe San Fran chef and the L.A. coffee obsession merge at The Four Seasons for a project that could very well boomerang back to the West Coast.
  44. Mediavore
    Suge Knight Arrested at Universal City Walk Restaurant; Shooting at Valley GlenThe Death Row Records boss draws heat for a traffic violation while the Golden Arches has a gang-related shooting this morning.
  45. Mediavore
    Food Network Sued Over Private Chefs of Beverly Hills; Clifton’sA company named Private Chefs Inc. claims they pitched the show years ago, while a massive search is underway for Downtown broker Ed Rosenthal.
  46. Mediavore
    Lebron Bribed With Beer; Leimert Park Benefit Planned For Matrice RichardsonCleveland lures its star player with promises of free booze, while a private investigator is considered for the missing woman arrested for not paying a bill at Geoffrey’s.
  47. TV Land
    Where to Audition for Bobby Flay’s New Show“America’s Next Great restaurant” and “Worst Cooks in America” are casting soon in L.A.
  48. Mediavore
    Westfield Culver City Debuts; Leafy Greens Offer Highest Risk of Food IllnessCulver City debuts the rebirth of its biggest mall, while farmer’s are concerned new legislation will sap their profits.
  49. the industry
    Trey Parker and Matt Stone Have a New Kenny (And Spenny)Plus industry news on Mary J. Blige, Paul McCartney, and Tom Shadyac.