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Wednesday, November 28, 2007

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SPECIAL

Our Annual Fiction and Poetry Contest: Once again, this wasn't easy. | Introduction

Summer Boys: First Place | Fiction Winners by Holly Nicole Hoxter

The Great American Museum of The American Nickel: Second Place, City Paper's 11th Annual Fiction Contest | Fiction Winners by Donna Sellinger

Swimming With Dolphins: Third Place | Fiction Winners by Rob Roensch

Dusk Arrangement: First Place, Poetry Contest | Poetry Winners by Hastings Hensel

Business Loafers: Second Place, Poetry Contest | Poetry Winners by Batworth

Untitled: Third Place, Poetry Contest | Poetry Winners by John Mazur

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NEWS

Juvenile Disservices: State Appoints Administrator With Troubled Background to Head Newly Reopened Youth Facility | Mobtown Beat by Jeffrey Anderson

Enoch Pratt Free Library's Telephone Reference Service: Seven days a week, from 9 a.m. | Q+A by Violet LeVoit

Councilmania | Murder Ink | The Mail | The News Hole | Mobtown Beat

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COLUMNS

One Less Friend: If George W. | Political Animal by Brian Morton

Man of The Future: The thing that fascinates me most about Will Smith's science fiction/action oeuvre is how used we've gotten to him saving us all. | Social Studies by Vincent Williams

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COMICS

Dirt Farm: by Ben Claassen III

Super Amazing Adventures: by Chris Minetree

Lulu Eightball: by Emily Flake

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ARTS

Our Town: Pittsburgh Musical Theater Group Wants to Help Baltimoreans Remember What They Love About The City | Stage by John Barry

Wedding Crashers: It's The Side Characters and Plots That Enliven Shakespeare's Workhorse Romantic Comedy | Stage by Geoffrey Himes

Portraits of a Lady: Two Artists Examine The Representations of Women in Art | Art by Deborah McLeod

Peggy Fox and Nancy Wilson: Gallerie Françoise's new exhibition space, in the rear of the Clipper Mill development, is inspiring. | Art by Jason Hughes

Metamorphic: Karen Swenholt and Sasha Blanton: Gallery Imperato's current exhibit features the figurative works of Karen Swenholt and Sasha Blanton. | Art by Jason Hughes

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MUSIC

Beats For Animals: No Beat Goes Unrhymed in The Food For Animals' Jungle | No Cover by Michael Byrne

Before The Remix: Collapsing The Jazz Walls With Matthew Shipp | MUSIC by Geoffrey Himes

The Short List | Noise | Noise | Noise | Noise

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FILM

Sleuth | Review by Cole Haddon

My Kid Could Paint That | Review by Bret McCabe

Redacted | Review by Lee Gardner

Genghis Blues | Review by Lee Gardner

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EAT

Nak Won | Review by Richard Gorelick

Giovanna's | Review by Christopher Skokna

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