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Wednesday, February 14, 2007

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Uli Loskot

NEWS

Time Served: Parents Seek To Renew Contract With For-Profit Edison Schools | Mobtown Beat by Jason Torres

I.G. Popped: New Mayoral Administration Installs New Inspector General | Mobtown Beat by Edward Ericson Jr.

The Church at the End of the Road: First Baptist Church Of Fairfield Ponders Giving Up The Ghost, But Not The Spirit | Feature by Chris Landers

Murder Ink | The Mail | Comics Feature | The News Hole

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COLUMNS

The Rules: Back when I used to advise politicians, I had a metaphor I'd tell them about relations with the press. | Political Animal by Brian Morton

Stamp of Approval: You know what is tickling me to no end? The wholesale acceptance by black radio of Robin Thicke and his smooth-ass song "Lost Without You." I mean, this cat is everywhere. | Social Studies by Vincent Williams

First Pitch: Remember when Al Gore, trailing George W. | Right Field by Russ Smith

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COMICS

Dirt Farm: by Ben Claassen III

Lulu Eightball: by Emily Flake

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ARTS

Coupling: Harold Pinter Finds The Funny In Using Sex As A Weapon | Stage by Geoffrey Himes

Time's Arrow: Group Photography Eloquently Captures The Mercurial Glimmers Of Changes | Art by Deborah McLeod

Ways of Looking: Two Towson Shows Try To Venture Beneath The Surface Of Plain, Old Seeing | Art by J. Bowers

Split Decision: David Matthews' New Memoir Recounts Learning That It Does Matter If You're Black Or White | Books by Bret McCabe

Toussaint Louverture: A Biography by Madison Smartt Bell | Review by John Barry

Steel Drivin' Man: The Untold Story of an American Legend by Scott Reynolds Nelson | Review by Stephen Peterson

Bottomfeeder by B.H. Fingerman | Review by Zak M. Salih

The Year of Endless Sorrows by Adam Rapp | Review by Zak M. Salih

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MUSIC

Breaking Up: The Ongoing Legacy Of Ultimate Breaks And Beats And The Stalled Promise Of What It Is! | Music by Michaelangelo Matos

(Still) Something for the Blunted: Ninja Tune And Mr. Scruff Update Their Bedroom Beats For The 21st Century | Music by Tony Ware

Free Exchange: Lebanese And American Musicians Look To Re-Establish A Cultural Connection That Bombing Threatened To Thwart | No Cover by Jess Harvell

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FILM

A Great Day Denied: Ah, The Colts were in town and we were about to wreck their little Superbowl Party. What will undoubtedly go down as one of the top five losses in Baltimore sports history started out as a morning of not just high expectations, but with a kind of steely confidence. | CPTV by Charles Cohen

Con Jobs: There's Something About Liars To Breach Director Billy Ray | Film by John Barry

Music and Lyrics | Review by Cole Haddon

Breach | Review by John Barry

Factory Girl | Review by Cole Haddon

The Seventh Seal | Review by Jack Purdy

Marie Antoinette | Review by Bret McCabe

Hannibal Rising | Review by Ian Grey

Norbit | Review by Al Shipley

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EAT

Island II Bar and Grill | Review by Richard Gorelick

Seafood Bistro | Review by Michelle Gienow

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