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Wednesday, April 14, 2010

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Transmodern Festival 2010: Introduction and Schedule of Events | Feature

People Like Us: Vicki Bennett opens new mental doors through perhaps familiar sights and sounds | Feature by Bret McCabe

Stephanie Rothenberg: Blurring the lines between real and virtual, art and work | Feature by Bret McCabe

Joseph Keckler: A multi-hyphenate finds a singular outlet in performance | Feature by Bret McCabe

Space Oddity: Annex Theater turns a surreal, landmark animated sci-fi movie into a live-stage experience | Feature by Emma Brodie

Shanty Town Showdown: Evicted trailer-park residents, property owner square off | Mobtown Beat by Andrea Appleton

Something Old, Something New: St. Francis Neighborhood Center holds community greening to promote unity in Reservoir Hill | Mobtown Beat by Phoebe Bright

Murder Ink | The Mail



Booooooooooooooooooooooo: Your Baltimore Orioles blew the lead on Opening Day here in Baltimore, U.S.A., right? Hey, they are My Baltimore Orioles, too, man. | Mr. Wrong by Joe MacLeod



Dirt Farm: by Ben Claassen III

Important Comics: by Dina Kelberman

Lulu Eightball: by Emily Flake



Curtain Time: LOL Baltimore Improv Group has two shows coming up this week, each involving unexpected partnerships. by Anna Ditkoff

More With Dress: Panoptic offers a glimpse into the fashion/performance ideas percolating in one MICA class | Art by Alex Ebstein

The Devil's In the Details: An elaborate rendition of The Phantom of the Opera fails to connect | Stage by Anna Ditkoff

The 9ème Art: A festival of comics at MICA showcases the French twist on the form | Art by Bret McCabe



The Malian Blues: Finding the soul of American blues music an ocean away | Music by Geoffrey Himes

Harlem: Hippies | Review by Bret McCabe

Jason Urick: Fussing and Fighting | Review by Michael Byrne

Yukon: Life Inside | Review by Michael Byrne

Sri Aurobindo: Soul Vibrations of Man | Review by Michael Byrne

The Short List



New This Week: DEATH AT A FUNERAL Yes, a retooling of director Frank Oz's 2007 comedy of the same name that followed the sad/funny antics that take place at a British funeral. | Film

Kick-Ass | Review by Max Robinson

The Joneses | Review by Bret McCabe



Alizée Boutique Bistro and Wine Bar | Review by Mary K. Zajac

Sweet Sin Bakery | Review by Anna Ditkoff


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