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Wednesday, January 10, 2007

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Andy Cook


Helter Shelter: Homeless Shelter's Temporary Closing May Portend Deeper Problems | Mobtown Beat by Edward Ericson Jr.

Checkmate: UT Dallas Takes 1st and 2nd at Pan-Am Chess Tournament | Mobtown Beat by John Barry

The Straight Story: Gays And Lesbians Fighting For Civil Rights In Maryland Are Gaining Powerful New Allies | Feature by Laura Laing

The Mail | Murder Ink | The News Hole



Onward Into the Fog: "Reagan taught us deficits don't matter" is the famous statement attributed to Vice President Dick Cheney, and it seems we'll be living it down for a long, long time. | Political Animal by Brian Morton

Moving on Up: Although November's election results were disturbing for Republicans on the local level and beyond, Martin O'Malley deserves credit for his low-profile behavior in preparation for occupying the governor's residence in Annapolis on Jan. | Right Field by Russ Smith

It's My First Column: I'm already sick of this shit, man. | Mr. Wrong by Joe MacLeod



Lulu Eightball: by Emily Flake

Dirt Farm: by Ben Claassen III



Preaching to the Choir: Uneven Musical Theater Provides Just As Many Highs As Lows | Stage by Geoffrey Himes

Sin Peeks: Two Columbia Creative Writing MFAs Unleash Noir From The Maddening Crowds | Books by Bret McCabe

Rep Your 'Hood: Park School Gives Community Art A Good Home | Art by Bret McCabe




Hormones for the Holidays: Scream Tour 5, 1st Mariner Arena, Dec. 30 | Feedback by Al Shipley

Saturday Night Live: Art of Conversation, the Yabba Pot, Jan. 6 | Feedback by Jason Torres

The Short List



Notes on a Scandal | Review by Ian Grey

Stomp The Yard | Review by Bret McCabe

Curse of the Golden Flower | Review by Lee Gardner

Code Name: The Cleaner | Review by Joe MacLeod

Happily N'ever After | Review by Brooke Hall



Zia's | Review by Christopher Skokna



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