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Wednesday, November 01, 2006

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Frank Klein

NEWS

Power to the People: Green Candidate Wants To Give Working Class Stronger Voice In The Governor's Office | Campaign Beat by Laura Laing

Party Down: The GOP May Rule Capitol Hill, But In Baltimore It Can Barely Fill A Ballot | Campaign Beat by Edward Ericson Jr.

The Outsiders: Handful of Populists and One Libertarian Round Out Nov. 7 Maryland Ballot | Campaign Beat by Randy Leonard

New Year's Resolutions: Confusing Baltimore and Maryland Ballot Initiatives, Clarified | Campaign Beat by Anna Ditkoff

You Really Oughta Vote: Baltimore City Paper's Maryland General Election Endorsements | Feature by Lee Gardner and Erin Sullivan

Grant's Tune: More than two years ago, Lt. | The Nose

Old Business: Martin O’Malley’s Failed Promise As Baltimore Mayor Will Stay With Him, No Matter Who Wins The Governor’s Race | Feature by Van Smith

The Mail | Murder Ink | The News Hole | The News Hole

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COLUMNS

Vote Early ...: Hey, it's almost time for the Miracle of Democracy or whatever, as in the sacrament of "free and open elections" all across this Great Land of Ours, and it might be a little early for me to be employing this time-honored and Important Event as a ripped-from-today's-headlines "topic," if you will, but since (I think) Election Day is next Tuesday, as in the Tuesday after This Tuesday, which always confuses the fuck outta me, because I mean look, this Tuesday, for me, would be Tuesday, Oct. | Mr. Wrong by Joe MacLeod

Honesty: Some time ago, a liberal blogger, I can't recall which one, made a very prescient comment. | Political Animal by Brian Morton

Down to the Wire: At the beginning of last week, just as it appeared Martin O'Malley and Ben Cardin were close to running out the clock and handily defeating their opponents for Maryland's gubernatorial and U.S. | Right Field by Russ Smith

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COMICS

Dirtfarm: | Dirt Farm by Ben Claassen III

Lulu Eightball: by Emily Flake

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ARTS

Gimme Shtetl: Embracing And Defying Stereotypes With The Semites On Bikes | Culture by Violet LeVoit

Patronage of Beauty: George Lucas' Extensive Collection Gets Feted In All Its Idiosyncratic Glory | Art by Deborah McLeod

The Body of Work: At the Maryland Institute College of Art's Pinkard Gallery through Nov. 12 | Art by Ruth Reader

How to Draw a Funny: Debut Best American Comics Entry Straddled By Its Literary Slant | Books by Jess Harvell

Twist of Faith: Three Performers Captivate In This Stunning, Minimal Production | Stage by Geoffrey Himes

Sleuth: By Anthony Shaffer | Stage by Josephine Yun

Charles Addams: A Cartoonist's Life by Linda H. Davis | Review by Violet LeVoit

The Eighth Wonder of the World by Leslie Epstein | Review by Zak M. Salih

Torture Taxi: On the Trail of the CIA's Rendition Flights by Trevor Paglen and A.C. Thompson | Review by Lee Gardner

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MUSIC

John Mayer: Continuum | Review by Anthony Miccio

Mute Math: Mute Math | Review by Kevin O’Donnell

Diddy: Press Play | Review by Anthony Miccio

Acid Mothers Temple and the Melting Paraiso U.F.O.: Have You Seen the Other Side of the Sky? | Review by Joel Hunt

Leprechaun Catering: Male Plumage | Review by Bret McCabe

Daniel Higgs: Ancestral Songs | Review by Bret McCabe

Lo Moda: Gospel Store Front | Review by Jess Harvell

The Short List | No Cover

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FILM

Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan | Review by Joe MacLeod

Blade Runner | Review by Lee Gardner

Flushed Away | Review by Wendy Ward

The Cook, The Thief, His Wife, And Her Lover | Review by Bret McCabe

Heavy Metal Parking Lot | Review by Jess Harvell

American Hardcore | Review by John Barry

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EAT

The Brass Elephant | Review by Richard Gorelick

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