MICA Mondays: Dylan Jones

Dylan Jones is a senior at MICA studying painting. His art, inspired by his love for sports, draws on experiences from himself and other athletes to include perseverance, injury, defeat, and triumph. MICA Mondays is a project of the UB Post (University of Baltimore) showcasing the talent and work of students and alumni of the…

Friday Groove: Dave Grohl Announces D.C. Jam Festival for July 4

Earlier this week, Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl announced plans for D.C. Jam, a new one-day music festival to be held at FedEx Field in Landover, MD on the Fourth of July. In 2017, Grohl revived Cal Jam, a short lived music festival from the mid-1970’s. The revival was a major success, and it had…

KahnJunction: Follow These Rules (Or Don’t) At Your Own Risk

There are an infinite number of rules you could place on yourself when it comes to fashion. However, Richard Nixon put it best when he said, “Rules are made to be broken.” Regardless of your thoughts on his presidency, if you apply his thoughts to fashion, he was right.  All that aside, here are some…

Physical Goods Still Rule

For a number of years, I worked at a record store, and for a number of years before that I had been a customer at said record store. Every time I went into the store, I noticed one of the managers there had a button on his name-tag that read “Physical Goods Still Rule”. Since…

‘Life and death crisis’ in Baltimore leads Hogan to push crime bills

By: Jeff Barnes ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND — Calling it a “life and death crisis,” — particularly in Baltimore — Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, R, announced Thursday he will redesignate his violent crime package as emergency legislation. The emergency designation would allow the legislation, a package of bills led by a measure to increase penalties for certain…

Honoring Emmett Till, House passes bill making lynching a federal hate crime

By: Bryan Gallion and Anna Hovey, Capital News Service WASHINGTON — The House passed a bill Wednesday to make lynching a federal hate crime. The measure was named after Emmett Till, a black 14-year-old who was murdered in Mississippi in 1955.  The final vote was 410-4. Three Republicans and Michigan Rep. Justin Amash, who switched…