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Wednesday, April 28, 2004

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Orchestral Maneuvers: Can the BSO Build a Future on the Music of the Past? | Feature by Geoffrey Himes

Fables of the Reconstruction: A Coalition Memo Reveals that Even True Believers See the Seeds Of Civil War in the Occupation of Iraq | Feature by Jason Vest

The Memo: Editor's note: Below is the full text of the redacted memo upon which Jason Vest's April 20 article prepared for the Association of Alternative Newsweeklies (AAN) is based. | Feature

Nothin' Goin' On but the Rent: Change in Policy at U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Likely to Mean Less Section 8 Money for Baltimore Area | Mobtown Beat by Edward Ericson Jr.

Deadwood Bust: Redwood Trust Nightclub Deal Goes to the Courts | Mobtown Beat by Van Smith

Walk This Way: Hundreds of Thousands Descend On Washington for the March for Women's Lives | Mobtown Beat by Edward Ericson Jr.

Telling Tales: Even At 85 years of age, even wearing pink slippers, there's something mighty about Mary Carter Smith | Charmed Life by Charles Cohen

The Mail



You Pay What You Get For: Seriously, there's only one thing I love more than Television, and that's Cable Teevee, man. | Mr. Wrong by Joe MacLeod

Luddites With Cause: It makes little sense for a nation such as ours, where individuals have campaigned, marched, and died for the right to vote, to see the process degraded. . . | Political Animal by Brian Morton

Will and Grace: The downside of George Will's unlikely departure is that he'd probably be named the next commissioner of Major League Baseball. | Right Field by Russ Smith

Parent-Hoodwinked: . . .even Jeffrey Dahmer had parents, so it doesn't always work out so great. | Think Mink by Mink Stole

Living Dangerously: The recent death of Johns HopThe recent death of Johns Hopkins University student Christopher Elser cast a lingering pall over Charles Village kins University student Christopher Elser cast a lingering pall over Charles Village residents, myself included. | Third Eye by Afefe Tyehimba



Lulu Eightball: by Emily Flake



Net Works: Razor-Sharp Artists Take Their Work to the Cutting Edge in the Cybergallery Splotch | Art by J. Bowers

Karma Chameleons: Exiles Try Not to Get What's Coming to Them in The Night of the Iguana | Stage by John Barnard

Don't Drink the Water: People usually date Woody Allen's birth as an archetype to his early-'70s films: the over-the-top comedy of Sleeper, Bananas, and Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex. | Stage by John Barry

The Madonna of Excelsior by Zakes Mda | Review by Nicole Leistikow

Snakepit by Mose Isegawa | Review by Mahinder Kingra

The Fabric of the Cosmos: Space, Time, and the Texture of Reality by Brian Greene | Review by Joab Jackson



Word Up: Baltimore Rapper Juandre Brown Found Religion to Leave Street Hustling Behind | Music by Jason Torres

Eternal Racket: As its Members Spread Out Across the Globe, the Charalambides' Mesmerizing Music Continues to Expand | Music by Marc Masters

Life Is Fleet: Knowing his Time Ain't Long Makes Iron and Wine's Sam Beam Cherish the Now | Music by Michael Alan Goldberg

Satyricon: Volcano | Review by Brent Burton

Secret Machines: Now Here is Nowhere | Review by Ian Grey

Young Gunz: Tough Luv | Review by Andrea D. Wilson

Oneida: Secret Wars | Review by Robbie Whelan

The Short List



Mean Girls | Review by Gabriel Wardell

Nói Albinói | Review by Blake de Pastino

Evil Dead 2: Dead by Dawn | Review by Joe MacLeod

Laws of Attraction | Review by Joe MacLeod

Man on Fire | Review by Troy Hopper

I Vitelloni | Review by Adele Marley

Ripley's Game | Review by Lee Gardner



Mamie's Cafe | Review by Richard Gorelick

Taco Fiesta | Review by Tim Hill


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