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Wednesday, October 17, 2007

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Ben Cricchi


Matters of Life and Death: Maryland's Only Mortuary Science Program Teaches Students To Think Outside The Box | Feature by Chris Landers

Nurturing Environment: Fledgling Sustainability Office Starts On Path To Enforce Green Building Practices | Mobtown Beat by Rebecca Alvania

Running Out of Track: Would-Be Railroader Plans Appeals After His Concept Takes Legal Hits | Mobtown Beat by Van Smith

Murder Ink | The Mail



Thugs: Here, in Baltimore, living in a Patterson Park rowhouse, is the latest victim of the thug culture that has taken over our country and won't let go: a 12-year-old kid living his life after a car accident and a coma, and the right wing won't stop until they make him out to be some figment of their fevered imaginations. Vince Foster talked about the "politics of personal destruction" when he left his note, after the brownshirts of the new millennial Reich Wing drove him to suicide in Virginia's Fort Marcy Park at the start of their crusade to bring down Bill Clinton. | Political Animal by Brian Morton

New Orleans Redux: My cousin got married in Mobile, Ala., and we flew in for the event. | Social Studies by Vincent Williams



Dirt Farm: by Ben Claassen III

Super Amazing Adventures: by Chris Minetree

Lulu Eightball: by Emily Flake



Scenes From a Marriage: Desire Drives Run of the Mill's Superb Federico García Lorca Production | Stage by John Barry

2640 Space Is the Place: Charles Village's Longstanding Progressive Church Joins Forces With A Newer Generation Of Cultural Activists | The Arts by Raven Baker

The Great Escape: Stories Prime Life Changes In Cuban Playwright's Celebrated Drama | Stage by R. Darryl Foxworth

Multi Reuse: Recycled Materials Lone Organizing Theme In This Group Show | Art by Bret McCabe

Bringing Out the Undead: Cherie Priest's Eden Moore Novels Are Perfect Complements To An October Night | Books by Adrienne Martini

Garibaldi: Invention of a Hero by Lucy Riall | Review by Anne Howard

Storms: My Life with Lindsey Buckingham and Fleetwood Mac by Carol Ann Harris | Review by Richard Vernon

Chambermaid by Saira Rao | Review by Raymond Cummings

Dead Boys: Stories by Richard Lange | Review by Zak M. Salih



They Clean Up Real Good: Three New Releases Challenge The Limits Of Inaccessible Music--With Pop | Music by Raymond Cummings

"Twice as Strong": Dr. John and the Lower 911, Rams Head Tavern, Oct. 10 | Feedback by Geoffrey Himes

Diamond K | Review by Michael Byrne

Twista: Adrenaline Rush 2007 | Review by Al Shipley

Various Artists: Griddle Greasin' Daddies and Dirty Cowboys | Review by Michaelangelo Matos

Robert Pollard: Standard Gargoyle Decisions | Review by Ed Schrader

Scout Niblett: This Fool Can Die Now

The Short List



Suburban Legends: Homemade Horror Crawls From The County In Book Of Lore | Film by Bret McCabe

Things We Lost In The Fire | Review by Violet LeVoit

30 Days of Night | Review by Cole Haddon

Rendition | Review by John Barry

Gone Baby Gone | Review by Martin L. Johnson

Across the Universe | Review by Violet LeVoit

Elizabeth: The Golden Age | Review by Anna Ditkoff



Yellow Dog Tavern | Review by Richard Gorelick

Asiana Indian Cuisine | Review by Michelle Gienow


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