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Wednesday, October 25, 2006

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Shades of Green: City's Green Party Candidates Hit Streets To Get Campaign Message Out To Voters | Campaign Beat by Erin Sullivan

Star Power: Frank M. Conaway Jr. Won an Election, Baggage and All | Campaign Beat by Van Smith

Divided We Fall: With Support Of Three Minor Parties, Kevin Zeese Hopes To Win U.S. Senate Seat | Campaign Beat by Chris Landers

Legal Eagles: Republican Struggles To Raise Profile As Viable AG Candidate | Campaign Beat by Lawrence Hurley

The Caricature Issue: If Gov. Robert Ehrlich Isn't Who The Sun Says He Is, Then Who Is He? | Feature by Edward Ericson Jr.

Labor Shortage: Maryland Union Boss DeJuliis Resigns in Scandal | Quick and Dirty by Van Smith

The Mail | Councilmania | Murder Ink | Feature | The News Hole | The News Hole



Under the Democrats: These are times when you have to read the newspapers while holding your breath. | Political Animal by Brian Morton

Mostly Circuses: It took a while, but the marquee elections in Maryland are finally living up to their advanced billing as fight-to-the-finish brawls. | Right Field by Russ Smith

Social Studies



Dirt Farm: by Ben Claassen III

Lulu Eightball: by Emily Flake



A Voyage to Italy: Dreary Londoners Cheer Up In A Sunnier Clime In This Easygoing Production | Stage by Josephine Yun

Art School Confidential: Undergraduate Art Education Is Not All Conceptual Tinkering And Pretentious Posturing | Art by Bret McCabe

Point of View: At Goya Contemporary through Nov. 2 | Art by J. Bowers

Their Eyes Were Watching Her: Gloria Naylor Meets the Thought Police In Her Fictionalized Memoir | Books by Makkada B. Selah

American Born Chinese by Gene Luen Yang | Review by Vincent Williams

A Spot of Bother by Mark Haddon | Review by Zak M. Salih

The Bullet Trick by Louise Welsh | Review by Bret McCabe




Children of the Corn: Rhino Compiles 53 Hymns To the Great Pumpkin On New Box Set | Music by Jess Harvell

The Short List: WEDNESDAY: Perfectly poised between pretty and pretty ugly, New York’s Gang Gang Dance gropes at some kind of synthpop played by morlocks, with keyboards made of stalactites and those hexagonal Phil Collins ’80s drums fed through eight leagues of ghostly reverb. | Feedback by Jess Harvell

Beach House | Review by Michael Crumsho



Making the Cut: Young Running With Scissors Star Holds His Own Among Formidable Cast | Film by Cole Haddon

Catch a Fire | Review by Brooke Hall

Running With Scissors | Review by Cole Haddon

Death of a President | Review by Bret McCabe

Flags of Our Fathers | Review by Joe MacLeod

Street Fight | Review by Erin Sullivan

Crossing the Bridge: The Sound of Istanbul | Review by Lee Gardner



Tamber's | Review by Richard Gorelick

Café Lattéda | Review by Anna Ditkoff


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