Posted inArt & Culture

Best (and Worst) Films of 2023

This has been an exceptional year for film. For the first time post-Covid, the movie industry began to feel like it was back on something resembling the right track. The ‘Barbenheimer’ phenomenon signaled the possibility that theatrical releases not predicated upon superheroes or decades-old intellectual property could be critically and commercially successful again.  But with […]

Posted inTarotscopes

December 2023 Tarotscopes

Air Signs – Aquarius, Gemini, Libra King of Swords + Seven of Cups + Six of Cups Many air signs have gone through the year feeling as though their prayers have fallen on deaf ears. You’ve put in a lot of work, and in your opinion, there hasn’t been a return on investment. December may […]

Posted inCommunity Voices


The room is still for the first time in a long time.  There aren’t flashing lights that are messing with my head and distracting me.  There are no intrusions to stop me from doing any important task I had that day.  The door isn’t constantly opening and closing  My family isn’t consistently walking in asking […]

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Displaying Characteristics of a Carceral State

When you courtwatch, you become familiar with legal language and learn to decode it. That means that you quickly learn what phrases such as “probable cause” and “least onerous condition” mean outside the confines of a law book.  This story also appeared in Baltimore Courtwatch “Displaying characteristics of an armed person” is one of the […]

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Best (and Worst) of Baltimore 2023: In the News

Best News: Keith Davis Jr. is Free On January 13, Baltimore City State’s Attorney Ivan Bates announced he was dropping charges against Keith Davis Jr. The move came after a relentless fight waged by Davis’ wife, Kelly Davis, against former Baltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby. Mosby was in the process of taking him to […]

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Best (and Worst) of Baltimore 2023: Arts and Culture

Best Play Festival: Fells Point Corner Theatre’s 10x10x10 Play Festival Fells Point Corner Theatre offered a play festival this August that showcased 10 plays with a rotating cast of characters from their 10-actor ensemble no longer than 10 minutes each. The festival explored themes of queerphobia, abortion, addiction, and the internal conflicts that rock our […]

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Best (and Worst) of Baltimore 2023: Sports

Best Sports Podcast: Gridiron Gals Sports and sports podcasting can be a boys’ club, but Reeta, also known as “The NFL Chick,” and Chels, also known as “Chels Is Right,” more than hold their own in their Gridiron Gals podcast. Tune in to hear them talk about college football, professional football, and pop culture. Whether […]

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