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Wednesday, October 25, 2000

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Michelle Gienow


Postcards from the Edge: Touch Monroe Frederick's business card, and you touch the man's soul. | Charmed Life by Tom Chalkley

Bowling for Dollars: Bowling for DollarsLast month we reported that Federal Hill's 61-year-old Southway Bowling Center... | The Nose

The Mail | Mobtown Beat | Mobtown Beat | Feature | Feature



Beauty Is Pain: So the other day, I feel this little twinge on the side of my nose and I know I'm in Big Trouble. | Mr. Wrong by Joe MacLeod

The Allure of Junk: I seem to have a tendency to use and love drugs. My friend recently introduced me to heroin and... | Think Mink by Mink Stole

That's Entertainment: Allow me to introduce you to the true minstrels of the new millennium. At any given moment, on any | Urban Rhythms by Wiley Hall III

Cisco Kids: On a pretty much perfect mid-October day, the Poe Power Plant (PPP), a year-old computer-learning center in West Baltimore, unveiled 12 new computers.... | Cyberpunk by Joab Jackson

Point Blank: PSINET STADIUM, OCT. 22--About halfway through the third quarter, with the home team trailing the Tennessee Titans 14-6, I suddenly realize why the Ra... | 8 Upper by Tom Scocca



Pyramid Scheme: Grand opera doesn't necessarily mean great opera. | Feedback by Daniel Schlosberg

Younger Than Yesterday: It has been at least 24 years since Roger McGuinn made new music that matters, and when he played those old Byrds tunes at Goucher College last week, he rushed through them as if he couldn't wait to be finished. | Feedback by Geoffrey Himes

Art Rock: The buzz from Tarentel guitarist Jefre Cantu-Ledesma's amp was louder than the music when he and guitarist Daniel Grody first begin playing, repeating a contrasting pair of spare, single-string riffs back and forth to each other. | Feedback by Lee Gardner

Try, Try Again: Three Provide Variations on the Goldberg Variations | Music by Adam Baer

Animatronics | Review by Hank Baker



He Sees Dead People: The Sci-Fi Channel's Resident Psychic Has the Hookup | Television by Adele Marley

Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2 | Review by Ian Grey

Girlfight | Review by Joe MacLeod

Spectres | Review by Ian Grey

The Sisters | Review by Luisa F. Ribeiro

Daughter of Horror | Review by Ian Grey

The Reflecting Skin | Review by Adele Marley

The Yards | Review by Jack Purdy

Bedazzled | Review by Jack Purdy

The Legend of Drunken Master | Review by Ian Grey

A Time for Drunken Horses | Review by Heather Joslyn



Samos | Review by Susan Fradkin


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