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Wednesday, February 01, 2006

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Wilmer Berry

NEWS

180 Degrees: The Report That Turned the City Liquor Board Upside Down | Mobtown Beat by Van Smith

Keep the Kids Away: North Baltimore Residents Worry Proposed Juvenile Center Will Be Detrimental to Neighborhoods | Mobtown Beat by Kate Leventhal

Off to the Races: An equine herpes outbreak may have temporarily stalled the action at Pimlico and Laurel, but there were healthy signs last week of an emerging newspaper turf war in what has long been a one-horse town. | Media Circus by Gadi Dechter

Fighting the Power: The Black Panther Party in Baltimore: The First of a Two-Part Series | Feature by Christina Royster-Hemby

Murder Ink | The Mail | Councilmania | The News Hole

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COLUMNS

Speak Up: The First Amendment is thriving during the Bush presidency. | Right Field by Russ Smith

XL: It should be a Time of Year when people of all races, creeds, and colors get together in a celebration of eating, gambling, and beer. And football, yeah, sure. | Mr. Wrong by Joe MacLeod

The Party’s Jumping: The most intriguing candidate--and not necessarily in a good way--is Josh Rales. | Political Animal by Brian Morton

Invasive Species: I’ve been dating a seemingly great guy for about two months now, and I say “seemingly” because I am always aware of the underlying potential for a jerk to surface from beneath a best-case-scenario-guy facade. | Think Mink by Mink Stole

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COMICS

Lulu Eightball: by Emily Flake

Shabby Tabby: by Valerie Crosswhite

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ARTS

Flying Circus: Two Artists’ Planes Collide to Create a Dynamic Alloy of Sculpture and Performance | Art by Anne Howard

The Excavator, The Semiotician, and The Alchemist: Gallery Imperato’s The Excavator, the Semiotician, and the Alchemist—featuring works by painter Sasha Blanton, mixed-media artist Erin Cluley, and sculptor/painter Mark Eisendrath—is an elegant, diverse exhibit showcasing unusual approaches to traditional materials. | Art by J. Bowers

thaBloc: East Baltimore poet and photographer t.p. | Art by Robbie Whelan

Memory: Fantasy, Escape, Shelter: Something’s missing in the works on view in School 33’s 26th Annual Juried Exhibition. | Art by Bret McCabe

Hoofing It: Exploring a Slightly Different Approach to Reinvigorate the Ground Beneath Our Feet | Books by Scott Carlson

Decoupling: A Marriage Disintegrates Over One Uncomfortable Evening Meal | Stage by John Barry

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MUSIC

Lost in Music: Ariel Pink Hears the Hit Parade Through Very Odd Ears | Music by Jess Harvell

The Delta 5: Singles and Sessions: 1979-1981 | Review by Jess Harvell

Love Is All: 9 Times the Same Song | Review by Jess Harvell

Don Omar: Da Hitman Presents Reggaeton Latino | Review by Jess Harvell

Various Artists: New York Noise 2 | Review by Sam Hopkins

Various Artists: Tropicalia | Review by Sam Hopkins

Trina: "Here We Go" (feat. Kelly Rowland) | Review by Brent Burton

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FILM

Girl Talk: Sanaa Hamri and Sanaa Lathan Had a Blast Making a Serious Romantic Comedy | Film by Jason Torres

Something New | Review by Jason Torres

Blood Simple | Review by Ian Grey

Early Summer | Review by Bret McCabe

Mrs. Henderson Presents | Review by Ian Grey

The World's Fastest Indian | Review by Joe MacLeod

Annapolis | Review by Cole Haddon

Nanny McPhee | Review by J. Bowers

Ballets Russes | Review by Bret McCabe

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EAT

Edo Sushi | Review by Richard Gorelick

BlueHouse | Review by Wendy Ward

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