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Wednesday, October 29, 2008

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NEWS

Vote: And If You Care, Here's How City Paper Thinks You Should Do It | Feature by Lee Gardner

Animal Bites: A Chat With Columnist (and Now Author) Brian Morton | Q+A by Erin Sullivan

It Takes a Nation of Millions: ...to Give Barack Obama a Shot At The Presidency | Feature by Vincent Williams

Full House: Libertarian Party Fills The Ballot With Candidates | Campaign Beat by Edward Ericson Jr.

Money Magnets: Despite Little Competition, Baltimore Congressmen's Campaigns Are Flush With Cash | Campaign Beat by Van Smith

Murder Ink

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COLUMNS

A Better Country: Back in 2000, during Ralph Nader's quixotic quest to muddy the waters between the two parties as much as possible, a meme went around claiming that "there's not a dime's worth of difference" between the two major political parties. In hindsight, it's pretty clear how wrong that was, isn't it? If the last eight years have taught us anything, it's that people who don't like government and don't want much government probably shouldn't be trusted to run whatever government we have to have. | Political Animal by Brian Morton

Things Unseen: So, not to be self-congratulatory or anything, but all through the initial stages of the collapse of Wall Street a few weeks ago, I knew what was going to happen. | Social Studies by Vincent Williams

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COMICS

Dirt Farm: by Ben Claassen III

Important Comics: by Dina Kelberman

Lulu Eightball: by Emily Flake

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ARTS

Killer B's: New Book Celebrates The So-Called Lower Rung of Auteurs | Books by Jess Harvell

The Graduates: Six Former Art Students Tentatively Enter The Art World in Group Show | Art by Kate Noonan

All or Nothing: Run of The Mill Takes a Tentative Approach With a Bleak Classic | Stage by John Barry

Woman in The Irony Masque: Sarcasm Hides Anything Human in This Visually Stunning, Narratively Inert Production | Stage by Geoffrey Himes

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MUSIC

Something For The Pain: There's No Returning From Deerhunter's Latest Trip to The Audio Pharmacy | Music by Raymond Cummings

Juliette Commagere: Queens Die Proudly | Review by Raymond Cummings

Lee Coombs: Lot 49 Presents Lee Coombs: A DJ Compilation | Review by Michaelangelo Matos

The Present: World I See | Review by Raymond Cummings

Various Artists: Ante Perry Presents Flashing Disco Sounds | Review by Michaelangelo Matos

The Short List

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FILM

Live Through This: Arresting Documentary Follows a Couple Who Endures Hurricane Katrina | Film by Martin L. Johnson

True Love: ...Works in Funny Ways in Kevin Smith's Latest Blast of Wholesome Vulgarity | Film by Cole Haddon

Rachel Getting Married | Review by Ian Grey

Trouble the Water | Review by Martin L. Johnson

Zack and Miri Make a Porno | Review by Jason Ferguson

Christmas in July | Review by Martin L. Johnson

Happy-Go-Lucky | Review by Bret McCabe

RocknRolla | Review by Cole Haddon

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EAT

MemSahib | Review by Anna Ditkoff

Sascha's 527 Cafe | Review by Mary K. Zajac

One World Café Johns Hopkins | Review by Amanda Schmidt

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