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Celebrities
John Waters Hospitalized Over the Weekend

YOU’RE NOT TAKING JOHN WATERS FROM US, DEATH! NOT YET!

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Politics
One Year Later: What The Freddie Gray Protests Taught Me About Race And Privilege In Baltimore

It’s been about a year since the death of Freddie Gray at the hands of Baltimore Police. One writer looks back at the resulting protests and what has and has not changed.

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Art
PHOTOS: The Most Mind-Blowing Cosplay From Otakon 2015

Baltimore’s anime convention Otakon just ended… and where there’s an anime convention, there’s super-rad cosplay! Here are some of our favorites.

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Ex-Cop Who Regularly Performs In Blackface To Raise Money For Freddie Gray’s Killers

Former policeman Bobby Berger has come out of retirement to put on a blackface fundraiser for the police who murdered Freddie Gray. Yes… blackface (ugh).

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Music
WATCH: Run The Jewels’ Harrowing New Video About Baltimore And Ferguson

The conscious hip-hop supergroup of Killer Mike and El-P have just dropped a new video, and it’s the most moving thing you’ll see all day.

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News
MD State Attorney Calls Freddie Gray’s Death A Homicide. Here’s Why That’s A Good Thing…

Six Baltimore police officers have been charged in the death of Freddie Gray, a welcome change after decades of police getting off the hook for killing black Americans.

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News
Hate Crime Charges For McDonald’s Transgender Beaters

While you might not know her name, surely you remember Teonna Brown from the horrific beating of transgender customer Chrissy Polis in a Baltimore McDonald’s last month. 18-year-old Brown and a 14-year-old accomplice kicked, punched, and dragged Polis by her hair across the restaurant floor until she began to seize.[…]

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