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Wednesday, November 19, 2003

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Michelle Gienow


Merry Whatever: City Paper's Annual Holiday Guide | Holiday Guide Introduction

Home for the Holidays: Finding My Way to Kwanzaa | Holiday Guide Feature by Waris Banks

Instant Kwanzaa: A Quickie Guide to Celebrating the Holiday | Holiday Guide Feature by Waris Banks

Fir Sale: Bagworms and Buck Antlers--a Look at Life in the Local Christmas-Tree Trade | Holiday Guide Feature by Brennen Jensen

On the List: A Little Shopping Help From Us Here at City Paper (As If We Know What We're Getting Everyone) | Holiday Guide Feature

Comics Feature | Comics Feature | Comics Feature



Worth a Shot: A snazzy orange press packet hit the Nose's desk last week--an orange cardboard folder labeled way... | The Nose

Pissed Again: If an artist's fastest route to fame is by way of martyrdom, then Community College of Baltimore... | The Nose

The Mail | Mobtown Beat | Mobtown Beat



Out on the Street: When this column debuted the first time, back in 1994, part of the idea behind it was to explain... | Political Animal by Brian Morton

Unseasoned: The Baltimore Ravens' season will end due to one injury--if you'd told me that way back in August,... | Shirts and Skins by Eddie Matz

How Low Can You Go?: It's not hard to imagine how it happened: A mind, having already cased Baltimore's Ronald McDonald... | Third Eye by Afefe Tyehimba

Not Eve, but Naive: I moved into my first apartment a little more than three months ago and I've met the greatest guy... | Think Mink by Mink Stole



Lulu Eightball: by Emily Flake

How Lucky Can You Get!: Nov. 10-16, 2003 | Funny Paper by Scocca & MacLeod



Wonderland: John Mayer's Slow-Jammin' Second Album May be Even More Sensual than the First. But Still, Don't Ask Him About His Sex Life. | Music by Mikael Wood

Human Host | Review by Tom Breihan



Tupac: Resurrection | Review by Bret McCabe

Shattered Glass | Review by Blake de Pastino

Ran | Review by Lee Gardner

Girls Will Be Girls | Review by Lee Gardner



El Taquito Mexicano | Review by Wendy Ward

Saffron | Review by Richard Gorelick


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