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Wednesday, October 03, 2007

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Christopher Myers


Saying the F-Word: Looking For Feminism In Baltimore | Feature by Heather Harris

In Memoriam: Pamela Purdy, 1940-2007 | Mobtown Beat by Heather Joslyn

Horse Nonsense: City Tells Displaced Arabbers They Can't Bring All Horses To New Stables | Mobtown Beat by Charles Cohen

City Resident Thwarts Giant Nun Invasion: Back in August, a large group of eight-foot-tall nuns appeared on the blocks surrounding Mercy Medical Center. | Quick and Dirty by Chris Landers

The Mail | Councilmania | Murder Ink



See You Tomorrow, Ralph: I'm sure it comes as no surprise to any regular reader of this column that I was sort of a weird kid. | Social Studies by Vincent Williams

Sporked Off: Quite often I wind up repeating to myself that old Will Rogers aphorism: "I belong to no organized party. | Political Animal by Brian Morton



Dirt Farm: by Ben Claassen III

Super Amazing Adventures: by Chris Minetree

Lulu Eightball: by Emily Flake



The Interrogation: Mobtown Players Tackle The Vertigo Of Having Your Life Scrutinized Through Your Art | Stage by John Barry

Her Story: Traveling Judy Chicago Show Spotlights The Identities That Shape And Inform Her Work | Art by Deborah McLeod

Jack Livingston: The Canyon Suite: The Canyon Suite is a collection of mostly small and intimate gouache on paper and/or linen paintings whose earthy palette reflects the open landscape of the Western United States. | Art by Jason Hughes

Out of Thin Air: Artists Confront And Subvert Corporate-Controlled Public Airwaves | Art by Martin L. Johnson

Bunker Mentality: As Ken Burns' Latest Monolith Airs On PBS, Towson Writer Blaine Taylor Shows Human Side Of Different Front | Arts and Entertainment by John Barry

Naked on the Internet: Hookups, Downloads, and Cashing in on Internet Sexploration by Audacia Ray | Review by Raymond Cummings

Peeling the Onion by Günter Grass, translated by Michael Henry Heim | Review by Zak M. Salih

Falling Behind: How Rising Inequality Harms the Middle Class by Robert H. Frank | Review by Raymond Cummings

1967: Israel, the War, and the Year That Transformed the Middle East by Tom Segev | Review by Edit Penchina




The Democracy of a DJ: Diplo, Sonar, Sept. 28 | Feedback by Michael Byrne

Carved in Stone: The single album legacy of Young Marble Giants | Music by Steve Erickson

Lizz King | Review by Jared T. Fischer

Aesop Rock: None Shall Pass | Review by Steve Erickson

Kanye West: Graduation | Review by Raymond Cummings

Linda Thompson: Versatile Heart | Review by Brent Burton

The Mekons: Natural | Review by Robbie Whelan

The Short List



The Jane Austen Book Club | Review by Anna Ditkoff

Into the Wild | Review by Cole Haddon

Deep Water | Review by Wendy Ward

Planet of Storms | Review by Joe MacLeod

Nenette and Boni | Review by Bret McCabe

Knocked Up Extended and Unrated Collector's Edition | Review by Joe MacLeod and Wendy Ward



My Thai | Review by Richard Gorelick

Indigma | Review by Anna Ditkoff


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