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Wednesday, November 02, 2005

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Ben Cricchi


Good Cop, Bad Cop: In Iraq, They Could Be One and the Same | Feature by David Axe

Haircuts for the Homeless: Local Nonprofit Offers Free Haircuts and Grooming to Baltimore’s Neediest | Mobtown Beat by Jessica Leshnoff

A Room of Their Own: Health Care for the Homeless Opens Saturday Women’s-Only Health Clinics | Mobtown Beat by Stephen Janis

Reading is Fundamental: Apparently, some members of the anti-gay group Defend Maryland Marriage are so wrapped up in their abhorrence of the so-called homosexual agenda that it blinds them—so much so, the Nose has learned, that they sometimes fail to carefully read all the details of the press releases being sent from their fearless leaders at the Defend Maryland Marriage mothership. On Oct. | The Nose

Murder Ink | The Mail



Man Child: One of my best friends thinks that, because we’re the first generation of video-game and hip-hop kids, we’ll always have a place in our lives for what people think of as childish pursuits. | Social Studies by Vincent Williams

Black Like Me: Michael Steele is now a more melanin-enhanced version of, well, Kathleen Kennedy Townsend. | Political Animal by Brian Morton

Butt Out: I never smoke at the table or in the car, and I’m always really considerate, so I didn’t expect him to make such a federal case out of it. | Think Mink by Mink Stole

The Race Race: Any political insider will confirm that Steele faces a difficult campaign, but with the election a year away, he’s in better shape than Democrats would like to acknowledge. | Right Field by Russ Smith



Shabby Tabby: by Valerie Crosswhite

Lulu Eightball: by Emily Flake



Automatic for the People: It’s Not The Sex Machines That Make A New Photography Book | Q+A by Stephen Michael Snyder

Array of the Land: A New Exhibit Aims To Put Harford Community College On The Area Art Map | Art by Violet LeVoit

Withdrawn Together: Play’s Comedic Barbs Sharpen As Its World Collapses | Stage by John Barry

Arresting Development: Contemporary Museum’s New Exhibit Focuses Attention On The East Baltimore Biotech Park’s Collateral Damage | Art by Charles Cohen

Soledad Salamé, Agua Fluida: Soledad Salamé’s Agua Fluida exhibit at the Goya Contemporary is certainly topical. | Art by Anne Howard



Reaction Action: A Band of Bees and Dungen Mine The Good Old Days A Little Too Perfectly | Music by Michaelangelo Matos

Gravenhurst: Fires in Distant Buildings | Review by Suzanne Ely

Stryper: Reborn | Review by Sam Hopkins

Thuja: Pine Cone Temples | Review by Marc Masters

Various Artists: Malpractice: A Fflint Central Primer | Review by Marc Masters

Private Eleanor: No Straight Lines | Review by Jess Harvell

Pontiak: White Buffalo | Review by Jess Harvell

Vincent Black Shadow: Vincent Black Shadow | Review by Jess Harvell

Kelley Polar Quartet: “The Rhythm Touch” | Review by Jess Harvell

The Short List



No, You’re Prettier: Claire Danes and Jason Schwartzman Confirm What We Suspected All Along—Steve Martin Just Oozes Sex | Film by Wendy Ward

Jarhead | Review by Eric Allen Hatch

Shopgirl | Review by Wendy Ward

Chicken Little | Review by Joe MacLeod

Juliet of the Spirits | Review by Bret McCabe

Vixen! | Review by Bret McCabe

The Legend of Zorro | Review by Joe MacLeod

The Prize Winner of Defiance, Ohio | Review by Violet LeVoit

The Weather Man | Review by Cole Haddon



Mehek | Review by Richard Gorelick

Café Amore | Review by Christopher Skokna


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