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Wednesday, March 10, 2004

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Ben Cricchi


Revolving Stage: Entrepreneur Hopes to Rehab Battered Parkway Theatre--If the City Will Let Him | Mobtown Beat by Brennen Jensen

The Last Drop?: Foreclosed Coffee Shop Plans Swan Song Celebration as Court Challenge Continues | Mobtown Beat by Brennen Jensen

The Dean Machine: Maryland's Howard Dean campaign workers and supporters took a month to lick their wounds after the former Vermont governor dropped out of the 2004 presidential race. | The Nose

Garbage in, Garbage Can Out: The Nose has learned that two city trash receptacles placed recently in Hampden have gone missing, and the city's Department for Public Works could not say for certain what became of them. | The Nose

Puppy Love: It's 10 a.m. | Charmed Life by Erin Sullivan

Pie in the Sky: The Winstead Brothers Say They Have the Answer to Downtown Transit Woes--Gondolas | Feature by Alice Ockleshaw

The Mail



Don't Look Back: Here we are, coming up on the one-year anniversary of the president telling the nation that we absolutely, positively have to go into Iraq . . . | Political Animal by Brian Morton

ER: Hospitals give me the willies . . . which is why I avoid them like the plague, saving my visits to the sick and shut-in for when they get home. | Third Eye by Afefe Tyehimba

Leash Law: Should I insist on having a deeper relationship with him, or forget about it? | Think Mink by Mink Stole

Pumped: What are the odds that come October the Orioles will once again participate in the American League playoffs? | Right Field by Russ Smith



Lulu Eightball: by Emily Flake



The Fast and the Curious: With a Series of Quick, Quirky Exhibitions, the Baltimore Museum of Art's New Contemporary Curator Launches his Vision of Interactivity | Art by Gadi Dechter

Velvet Revolution: Tony Shore Overthrows Convention With his Affectionate, Dignified Pigtown Scenes | Art by J. Bowers

Beer Goggles: Vagabond Players Try to Put a Good Face on an Evening of Pat Bar Tales | Stage by John Barnard

Desdemona: A Play About a Handkerchief: Yeah, a hankie figures a bit in Desdemona, now playing at the Top Floor. | Stage



Irish Heartbeat: Tradition and Rocking Rhythms Collide in Contemporary Celtic Music | Music by Geoffrey Himes

Splitsville: Incorporated | Review by Bret McCabe

Pupa's Window: Lost Voice, Fund Voice: Repeat | Review by Bret McCabe

Swarm of the Lotus: When Black Becomes White | Review by Bret McCabe

Audiofix: Dilemma | Review by Bret McCabe

The Bridge: Cross Street Market | Review by Bret McCabe

The Short List



Latter Days | Review by Blake de Pastino



Ryleigh's Oyster | Review by Richard Gorelick

Captain's Palace | Review by David Morley


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