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Wednesday, October 27, 1999

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Michelle Gienow

NEWS

Mo' Money News: In those City Council races expected to be hotly contested, a few curiosities popped up in the... | Ballot Stuffing

Calling All Elephants: For all the hype about Baltimore's Republican candidates making a stronger-than-usual showing in... | Ballot Stuffing

Better Late Than Never: During the final few weeks before the Sept. 14 primary, a slew of Lawrence Bell III and Carl Stokes... | Ballot Stuffing

Smug Ugly: The smugness factor appears to be running high for Democratic nominees this general-election season. | Ballot Stuffing

The Long Way Home: During his lifetime, Sidney Yellin didn't talk much about the Hatikvah. | Charmed Life by Charles Cohen

Money's Too Tight to Mention: Budget Woes Get Little Campaign-Trail Play | Campaign Beat by Molly Rath

Shock Value: Swing open the door of the Smithsonian Institution's Museum of Natural History and you'll come face... | The Nose

Yadda Yadda Yadda: He's well-informed, has an institutional memory that dates back before some of his listeners were born, and his heart is in the right place on most ev... | Media Circus by Eileen Murphy

The Book of Lists: With former editor Ramsey Flynn ensconced at Philadelphia magazine and former staff writer Wil Hylton turning out cover stories for the big boy... | Media Circus by Eileen Murphy

The Short Good-bye: After only eight months at the wheel, Paula Langguth Ryan is leaving the driver's seat of the Baltimore Alternative on Nov. 16. Although she co... | Media Circus by Eileen Murphy

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COLUMNS

Oh, Grow Up: Halloween crapola was out on the shelves of the distinctive and exclusive establishments where I... | Mr. Wrong by Joe MacLeod

Pledging Allegiance: I once heard a guy on National Public Radio speculate that the World Wide Web might someday lead to... | Urban Rhythms by Wiley Hall III

Stoney End: For the middling middle of the NFL bell curve, game six of the schedule is when a team starts to find its true level. The clot of teams in the comfort... | 8 Upper by Tom Scocca

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ARTS

Books | Art | Bones | Dance | Stage

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MUSIC

Bossed Around: Melissa Etheridge Loses Herself in the Tunnel of Love | Music by Heather Joslyn

Warp Factor: Celebrating 10 Years of an Intelligent Indie Label | Music by Rjyan Kidwell

Love Life | Review by Neal Shaffer

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FILM

Captains of Cottage Industry: Are TV's Acclaimed Hyphenates Creating Franchises or Just Filler? | Television by Adele Marley

Bringing Out the Dead | Review by Jack Purdy

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre | Review by Joe MacLeod

The Exorcist | Review by Jack Purdy

Halloween | Review by Andy Markowitz

House of Wax | Review by Luisa F. Ribeiro

JFK | Review by Heather Joslyn

The Changeling | Review by Lee Gardner

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EAT

Greek Islands | Review by Susan Fradkin

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