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Wednesday, November 29, 2006

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Frank Klein


Half-Lit: Our Annual Fiction and Poetry Contest | Introduction

Night Owl: First Place, Fiction | Fiction Winners by Lalita Noronha

Dead: Second Place, Fiction | Fiction Winners by Geoffrey D. Witham

Queen For A Day: Third Place, Fiction | Fiction Winners by Sarah Pinsker

Miserable Burning Altars: First Place, Poetry | Poetry Winners by Allen Mozek

A Reverie: Second Place, Poetry | Poetry Winners by Barbara Fox

Metro: Third Place, Poetry | Poetry Winners by Suhaila El-Jallad



Lies, Damn Lies, and Statistics: Rumors Of Carroll County Teen-Sex Parties Have Been Greatly Exaggerated | Mobtown Beat by Chris Landers

Comedic Embarrassment: Senator Shamed by Borat; Hides Face From the Nose | The Nose

The Money Play: The Nose Rides the Revenue Rollercoaster in Annapolis Budget Briefing | The Nose

Councilmania | Murder Ink | The Mail | The News Hole



Tar Baby: Finally, somebody gets it. It's been ugly, it's been long, it's been brutal, and mostly it's been pointless, but somebody finally realized that we're not "in it to win it." At this point, we're like the cop on the beat--right now we're there to make sure the marital spat doesn't turn into murder. | Political Animal by Brian Morton

Thanks But No Thanks: Last week was Thanksgiving here in the United States of America, and if I had a column that ran every week insteada this every other week deal I got now, I bet I woulda made a list of Thankful things or something along those lines of "thought" as a "topic," if you will. | Mr. Wrong by Joe MacLeod

Giving Offense: It's a sign of civic decay that a forgotten television actor, Michael Richards, was the subject of a firestorm of racial debate in the United States last week. | Right Field by Russ Smith



Dirt Farm: by Ben Claassen III

Lulu Eightball: by Emily Flake



Playing It Safe: Adventurous Local Theater Company Ambitiously, If Tentatively, Tackles Heated 1970s South African Play | Stage by John Barry

In Bold Blood: Jordan Eaglesí Media Inform The Messages In His Accomplished Paintings | Art by Deborah McLeod

Margaret Evangeline: Too Pure Water: At C. Grimaldis Gallery through Dec. 2 | Art by J. Bowers

American Values American Pride: A Pre-Election Primer: At Art Under Ground Studio through Dec. 2 | Art by J. Bowers



Technical Ecstacy: Forget Math Metal--A Reunited Atheist Brings Quantum Physics Thrash To Baltimore | Music by Phil Freeman

Art and Soul: Local Composer Larry Hoffman Is Living Testament To It All Being About The Music, Man | Music by Josephine Yun

Page France | Review by Raymond Cummings

The Short List



The Nativity Story | Review by Violet LeVoit



Granite Bar and Grille | Review by Richard Gorelick

Chok Chai Thai Carry-out | Review by Bret McCabe


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