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Wednesday, November 08, 2006

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NEWS

Walls Come Tumbling: Investigation Of Improper Building Practices Plods On, As Inspector Waits For Housing To Comply With Info Requests | Mobtown Beat by Edward Ericson Jr.

Pushing It: Aggressive Push Polls Aggravate Baltimore Voters | Quick and Dirty by Chris Landers

Habeas Crapus: Baltimore Examiner Blows Stories About Serial Killer Out of Proportion | The Nose

Things That Scare Us: Interviews by Lee Gardner and Jason Torres | Feature

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

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COLUMNS

Peeing in the Pool: I've been covering politics or been in the political arena in one form or another for the last 22 years, and I can easily say that this has been the ugliest season I've ever seen, both locally and nationally. | Political Animal by Brian Morton

Smoke, No Fire: As a longtime--and now moderate--tobacco consumer, I'm finding the debate over Councilman Robert Curran's proposed smoking ban before the City Council rather quaint. | Right Field by Russ Smith

Blackface Black Eye: So, like most kids who grew up during the early '80s, I have vivid memories of after-school specials and "a very special episode of [fill-in-the-blank]" shows. | Social Studies by Vincent Williams

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COMICS

Dirt Farm: by Ben Claassen III

Lulu Eightball: by Emily Flake

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ARTS

The Big Sleek: Industrial Designer Raymond Loewy Practically Defined Consumer Goods American Modernism | Art by Deborah McLeod

A Closer Look: Abstraction in the Urban Landscape: Doug Hansen uses texture and color to give a focused look at the minutiae we commute through daily in the 48 digital images exploring Baltimore’s vibrant urban architecture installed in the foyer outside the entrance to Theatre Project’s main stage. | Art by Ruth Reader

Can't You Fear Me Knocking?: This Death And The Maiden Inconsistently Mines A Torturing Regime's Psychological Collateral Damage | Stage by Geoffrey Himes

Ariel Dorfman: An Interview With the Creator of Death and the Maiden | Q+A by John Barry

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MUSIC

The Man-Machines: Medeski, Martin, And Wood Continue To Redefine Jazz Fusion On Slate Of New Releases | Music by Geoffrey Himes

Changing Sames: Four Dance Music Vets Get Stuck In A Rut On New Discs | Music by Michaelangelo Matos

The Short List | Music

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FILM

Alejandro González Iñárritu: The continent-spanning, multilingual, emotionally grueling Babel had its genesis when Alejandro González Iñárritu went Hollywood, literally. | Film by Lee Gardner

Skizz Cyzyk: Not only is Paul "Skizz" Cyzyk undoubtedly one of the nicest men in Baltimore, but he's also one of the busiest and, when it comes to the local film scene, one of the most integral. | Q+A by Lee Gardner

Stranger Than Fiction | Review by Cole Haddon

Babel | Review by Lee Gardner

A Good Year | Review by Bret McCabe

I Shot Andy Warhol | Review by Andy Markowitz

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EAT

Spice Company | Review by Richard Gorelick

Fuji San | Review by Michelle Gienow

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