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Wednesday, November 09, 2005

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Frank Klein


Oversight, Out of Mind: A Reservoir Hill Couple’s Bad Experience With a Federal Loan Program Could Be the Tip of the Iceberg | Mobtown Beat by Edward Ericson Jr.

Budget Season Is Buyout Season In Baltimore: Baltimore Sun managers will likely meet this Friday, Nov. | Media Circus by Gadi Dechter

Les Is More: The Long, Strange, and Maybe Even Meaningful Career of a Right-Wing Media Gadfly | Feature by Gadi Dechter

The Mail | Councilmania | Murder Ink



Heckuva Job, Bushie!: Every time you turn around, we are confronted with the scene of another petard-hoisting. | Political Animal by Brian Morton

Vice Dos and Don’ts: A really cynical observer might suggest that The Sun is preparing for next year’s launch of the daily Baltimore Examiner, a free tabloid. | Right Field by Russ Smith

Always Be Closing: “Dear Mr. Santa Claus,” or like, “Dear Sir or Madam,” or (my fave) “To whom it may concern.” How Businesslike and Polite and Respectful is that, huh? | Mr. Wrong by Joe MacLeod

Amour Mauvais: But right or wrong you pose a real threat to him; you’re jailbait. | Think Mink by Mink Stole



Lulu Eightball: by Emily Flake

Shabby Tabby: by Valerie Crosswhite



Baltimore Designer Returns From Tokyo With His Own Line And New Store: “I grew up skateboarding since I was 5 or 6, riding BMX, writing graf, break dancing,” streetwear designer Oliver Jones says, leaning on the counter of his new Mount Vernon boutique, Shop Gentei, while the Misfits play over the shop’s sound system. | Art by Nat Thomson

One Tea Thrill: David Page Exaggerates The Menacing In Common Household Beverage Trinkets | Art by J. Bowers

Christine Neill, Paintings from the Digital Herbarium: Christine Neill’s Paintings from the Digital Herbarium exhibit is a study of and a testament to the human proclivity to anthropomorphize nature. | Art by Anne Howard

Looking-Glass War: Theater Collaboration Cuts Dreamlike Path Through Afghan History | Stage by Geoffrey Himes

The Quitter by Harvey Pekar and Dean Haspiel | Review by Stephen Snyder

Sundown Towns: A hidden Dimension of American Racism by James W. Loewen | Review by Makkada B. Selah



This Ain’t No Party: Grumpy Old Men LCD Soundystem and the Juan MacLean Get On The Good Foot | Music by Tony Ware

Celebration | Review by Jess Harvell

The Short List



The Good, the Bad, and the Indifferent: Taking A Partial Spin Through The Movies And Shorts At Microcinefest 2005 | Film by Joe MacLeod and Bret Mccabe

Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang | Review by Ian Grey

Pride and Prejudice | Review by Anna Ditkoff

Ushpizin | Review by Eric Allen Hatch

Beyond the Valley of the Dolls | Review by Bret McCabe

Derailed | Review by Bret McCabe

Hamlet | Review by Bret McCabe

Wild Strawberries | Review by Eric Allen Hatch

Zathura | Review by Violet LeVoit

Good to See You Again, Alice Cooper | Review by Jess Harvell



Brasserie Tatin | Review by Richard Gorelick

Chicken Rico | Review by Wendy Ward


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