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Wednesday, April 01, 2009

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NEWS

New Media Players: Will the future of journalism come from journalists? | Mobtown Beat by Chris Landers

Working Overtime: Drug conspirator Eric Clash says cooperating rehabilitated him | Mobtown Beat by Van Smith

Notes From Home: A short tour of non-English-language music for sale in Baltimore | Feature by Ian Nagoski

The Mail | Murder Ink | Councilmania

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COLUMNS

Once Upon a Time: As much as I hate to admit it, I think we're going to have to address this The Princess and the Frog situation with my daughter. | Social Studies by Vincent Williams

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COMICS

Dirt Farm: by Ben Claassen III

Important Comics: by Dina Kelberman

Lulu Eightball: by Emily Flake

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ARTS

Lily Tomlin: The Oscar-nominated, Tony and Emmy award-winning Lily Tomlin made her mainstream performance bones as the snotty, snorting, less-than-helpful telephone operator Ernestine, the bilabial-fricative-prone 5-year old Edith Anne, and the socially correct femme d'un certain âge Tasteful Lady on NBC's Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In, a faux-mod sketch comedy show that helped kill the 1960s. | Q+A by Joe MacLeod

Quick Sketches: OUT OF ORDER Along with School 33's Lotta Art, Maryland Art Place's Out of Order fundraising event is one of the better ways to buy art and support local artists in the process (outside buying directly from an artist, that is).

Curtain Time: HOME GROWN DRAMA Baltimore-born and raised playwright/performer Bashi Rose brings his hop-hop tragedy Forteez Bluntz Chickenhedz 'N' Uva Necessateez to the Creative Alliance at the Patterson April 2 and 3.

The Reconstruction: The Transmodern Festival finally sees its ideas coming to fruition | The Arts by Martin L. Johnson

The Creationists: Speculative play re-imagines historical fictions of science and the science in fictions | Stage by Martin L. Johnson

Diamond Heads: Why America's pastime inspires such copious writing | Books by Geoffrey Himes

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MUSIC

No Time For Mourning: Moving into the rock 'n' roll unknown, the Obits take their punk roots along | Music by Aileen Torres

Sri Aurobindo: Sri Aurobindo | Review by Bret McCabe

Dan Deacon: Bromst | Review by Michael Byrne

Henrik Schwarz, Âme, and Dixon: The Grandfather Paradox | Review by Lee Gardner

The Short List

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FILM

Adventureland | Review by Bret McCabe

Max Minsky and Me | Review by Wendy Ward

The Little Traitor | Review by Joe Tropea

The Chosen Ones | Review by Joe Tropea

Knowing | Review by Robert Ignizio

Miss March | Review by Jeff Niesel

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EAT

Mango and Coconut Juice Bar and Grill | Review by Bret McCabe

Zella's Pizzeria | Review by Michael Byrne

Eat Me

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