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Wednesday, November 06, 2002

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Uli Loskot


Protest Vote: International affairs are not usually part of the Baltimore City Council's normal business, but... | The Nose

Stein House Stymie: "A house is a house is a house" is how modernist writer and Lost Generation den mother Gertrude... | The Nose

Visualize World Peace: Saturday, Oct. 26, 9 a.m., Baltimore--A crowd of 200 or so gathers in and around the All Peoples... | Photo Feature by Lauren Goodsmith

Peace Train: | Photo Feature by Lauren Goodsmith

Old Glories: I'm still not used to the way 33rd street looks today. It seems naked. Empty. | Charmed Life by Brennen Jensen

How's it Goin?: by Christopher Myers

The Mail | Mobtown Beat



The Land of the Free: Moderator: "What do you say specifically to what the vice president said tonight--he said it many,... | Political Animal by Brian Morton

Writer's Cramp: Man, pretty soon I'm gonna be able to quit my bullshit job and this bullshit column (the bullshit... | Mr. Wrong by Joe MacLeod

Carb Load: I have a friend who is overweight, and she is on the Atkins Diet bandwagon. | Think Mink by Mink Stole



Series 4: | Taste Like Chicken by C. Kang and S. Kang

Trizick-or-Trizeat!: Oct. 28-Nov. 3, 2002 | Funny Paper by Scocca & MacLeod



Welcome Back: Until last week, the one and only time Linda Thompson had ever performed in Maryland had been May 13, 1982, when she and her then-husband, Richard Thompson, brought their band to the Aurora Theatre, the old Seven East movie house that briefly flourished as a concert venue on Baltimore's North Avenue. | Feedback by Geoffrey Himes

Boxed Beat: Thank God Some DJs Still Wanna Hit You in Your Booty Before Your Brain | Music by Bret McCabe



Frida | Review by Ian Grey

Femme Fatale | Review by Richard Gorelick

Comedian | Review by Richard Gorelick



Café di Roma | Review by Tim Hill

Eggspectation | Review by Richard Gorelick


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