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Wednesday, April 21, 2004

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Christopher Myers

NEWS

Hacks: A Baltimore Way of Life | Feature by Christina Royster-Hemby

Lockdown: Legislature Intervenes in Attempted Reform of State's Bail-Bond Industry | Mobtown Beat by Edward Ericson Jr.

Missed Dates: City Council Members' Election Campaigns Draw State Scrutiny for Late Reports and Unpaid Fines | Mobtown Beat by Van Smith

A Summer Place: With the City's Summer School Program in Doubt, the Village Learning Place Scrambles to Fill the Gap | Mobtown Beat by Erin Sullivan

Kerry's Buns: COOKIES: $1, BROWNIES: $2, DEFEATING GEORGE BUSH: PRICELESS | The Nose

Living Large: The collection on display in Rist's Northeast Baltimore house is, in fact, quite reminiscent of the late Highlandtown restaurant's trove of kitsch and classicism, only the pieces are less crowded and, as the name indicates, larger. | Charmed Life by Tom Chalkley

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COLUMNS

Potty Talk: Gambling revenues are like crack to lawmakers insistent upon never raising taxes, and our Republican governor has got the jones for them bad. | Political Animal by Brian Morton

Let It Ride: Bring the measure before the voters. | Right Field by Russ Smith

Picking up the Pieces: I'm Lonely for My Friend, the guy who sent you the problem about my friend confessing her love for me. | Think Mink by Mink Stole

Fairly Fired: Of course, in Trump style, neither winner nor loser in the game of The Apprentice took all. | Third Eye by Afefe Tyehimba

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COMICS

Lulu Eightball: by Emily Flake

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ARTS

Map Quest: Axiom Asks for Directions to Eerily Mundane Places | Art by Bret McCabe

Annette Sauermann: Lightspaces: At the C. Grimaldis Gallery through May 22 | Art by Blake de Pastino

Girls Gone Mild: Theatre Hopkins Tries to Keep a Once Scandalous Play From Seeming Tame Today | Stage by John Bernard

Volpone: Volpone Ben Johnson At the Mobtown Theater through May 1 | Stage by John Barry

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MUSIC

Pretty Painful: The Art Punk of Blonde Redhead Is So Hot it Hurts | Music by Nate Cavalieri

King Rhythm | Review by Ryan Boddy

The Short List

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FILM

Kitchen Stories | Review by Blake de Pastino

Crimson Gold | Review by Bret McCabe

L'Avventura | Review by Eric Allen Hatch

Connie and Carla | Review by Richard Gorelick

Greendale | Review by Geoffrey Himes

The Punisher | Review by Gabriel Wardell

13 Going on 30 | Review by Wendy Ward

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EAT

Four West | Review by Richard Gorelick

Mr. G's Fast Lane | Review by Erin Sullivan

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