“The Dog That Didn’t Bark” still needs to be fixed

Dennis brings us this companion piece to this week’s podcast so you can be better informed. Enjoy! Last week, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and other members of Baltimore’s political class applauded a report released by George Mason University. The report – which analyzed six different cities including Baltimore – praised Baltimore’s financial resiliency, and dubbed the […]

You Don’t Know, Jack

After last week’s blatant display of corruptitude by our City Council (according to Carl Stokes) during the Harbor Point workshop, a small band of intelligent Twitterers took to Twitter and spoke their minds with one city council president Jack Young. Observe. Oh and stay tuned to today’s podcast for more. [View the story “You don’t […]

A Response to the Mayor’s 10 Year Plan

Dennis The Cynic delivers his previously promised analysis of our illustrious mayor’s 10 year plan, State of the City, and all that other good stuff as mentioned on our previous podcast. Consider it your weekend homework assignment, Baltimore! The document: http://www.baltimorecity.gov/portals/0/agencies/finance/changetogrow.pdf The Mayor, Live: http://live.baltimorecity.gov/ If the past few weeks has shown us anything it’s that Baltimore […]

Mayor to celebrate 110th anniversary of Great Baltimore Fire

Mayor to celebrate 110th anniversary of Great Baltimore Fire, begins with Firefighter cuts. City Hall, Baltimore – A jubilant Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake Hologram announced that Baltimore will celebrate the 110th anniversary of the Great Baltimore Fire of 1904. The event, which is scheduled for February 7th and 8th, 2014 (and has the tentative name of […]

[name TBD] Curran to run for 3rd Council, victory expected

  City Hall, Baltimore – A happy announcement today as 61 year old 3rd District Councilman Bobby Curran announced that he is expecting a baby boy in August of this year. In anticipation of this event, Curran has announced his child’s candidacy for the 3rd Council district in 2031, which is when Curran anticipates retiring. […]