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2011 Top Ten
The Year In News

The Year In News

Top Ten: Political corruption, Occupy Baltimore, Baltimore Grand Prix, Police corruption, Voter turnout, and more. 12/14/2011
The Year In Film

The Year In Film

Top Ten: Drive, Bill Cunningham New York, Bridesmaids, Attack the Block, The Tree of Life, and more. 12/14/2011
The Year In Home Video

The Year In Home Video

Top Ten: Poetry, Red State, The Housemaid, The Bill Hicks Story, Uncle Boonmee, and more. 12/14/2011
The Year In Television

The Year In Television

Top Ten: Break Bad, Game of Thrones, Justified, The Good Wife, Luther, and more. 12/14/2011
The Year In Music

The Year In Music

Top Ten: Cass McCombs, Peaking Lights, Jay-Z and Kanye West, Frank Ocean Nostalgia, Beyonce, and more. 12/14/2011
The Year In Local Music

The Year In Local Music

Top Ten: Wye Oak, Pulling Teeth, Future Islands, Mullyman, White Life, and more. 12/14/2011
The Year In Art

The Year In Art

Top Ten: Cowboys and Engines, Jhana and the Rats of James Olds, Interior/Exterior, CART, DUOX, and more. 12/14/2011
The Year In Stage

The Year In Stage

Top Ten: Rooms Play, A Raisin in the Sun, The Homecoming, A View From the Bridge, The Other Shore, and more. 12/14/2011
The Year In Books

The Year In Books

Top Ten: Blue Nights, There But for The, The Pale King, Uncanny Valley, Us, and more. 12/14/2011
The Year In Intertubes

The Year In Intertubes

Top Ten: The Baltimore Brew, Friends Records, @BigBoyzBail, Baltimore 311, Maryland Historical Society, and more. 12/14/2011
2010 Top Ten
  • The Year In News It was the year of the “enthusiasm gap,” and not just as applied to the long-over honeymoon between President Obama and all but his most ardent admirers. | 12/8/2010
  • The Year in Film Though only one cracked into City Paper’s Top 10 list, 2010’s cinematic cup runneth over with top-notch documentaries—and not just the Michael Moore, Errol Morris, An Inconvenient Truth sort of zeitgeist-baiting nonfiction. Instead, smaller, more intima | 12/8/2010
  • The Year in DVDs Max Ophuls’ 1955 Lola Montes endured many of the same heartbreaks and indignities as its title character: misunderstood, manipulated, abused, and abandoned. | 12/14/2010
  • The Year in Television I watch the Hawaii Five-O remake on CBS. There, I said it. Now, don’t get me wrong—it’s awful. | 12/8/2010
  • The Year in Music In years past, City Paper has looked to its freelance contributors to vote in its annual Top 10 records poll. This year, we looked to Baltimore instead. | 12/8/2010
  • The Year in Local Music The record label Thrill Jockey is not based in Baltimore. Nor is City Paper on the Thrill Jockey payroll. | 12/8/2010
  • The Year in Books In years past we’ve polled City Paper’s book reviewers for their 10 favorite books of the year and threaded a list together from their input. | 12/8/2010
  • The Year in Art Unlike last year’s Laure Drogoul: Follies, Predicaments and Other Conundrums at the Maryland Institute College of Art or 2008’s Franz West, To Build a House You Start With the Roof: Work 1972-2008 at the Baltimore Museum of Art, there wasn’t one exhibitio | 12/8/2010
  • The Year in Stage The year in local stage is bookended by a pair of DIY transitions. | 12/8/2010
  • The Year in Food When we try to count our blessings in precarious years, we invariably include good health in our shortened list. | 12/8/2010
  • The Year In... City Paper's writers go beyond the categories and pick even more top tens | 12/8/2010
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