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Wednesday, April 09, 2008

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Blue Book Values: Baltimore's blue-blood set announces itself each year in the Society Visiting List, better known as "the Blue Book," where subscribers' high-born credentials and contact information are published in a blue, silk-bound volume distributed to fellow subscribers. | The Nose

The Mail | Murder Ink | Feature | Mobtown Beat



Real Justice: Picture the scene: It's earlymorning in Northern California. | Political Animal by Brian Morton

Mr. Wrong



Dirt Farm: by Ben Claassen III

Super Amazing Adventures: by Chris Minetree

Lulu Eightball: by Emily Flake



Defining Women: Planning First Ever Ladyfest Baltimore Was as Important as The Upcoming Fest Itself | The Arts by Raven Baker

Buy Any Means Necessary: Sociologist Argues That Merely Spending Green Dollars Isn't Going to Fix Our Environmental Problems | Books by Scott Carlson

Start to Finish: August Wilson's Entryway Into His Pittsburgh Cycle Reconfigures His Entire Dramatic Output | Stage by John Barry

Welcome to The Void: Rep Stage Production Takes Nothing Quite Seriously--Maybe | Stage by John Barry

The Sinner by Petra Hammesfahr | Review by Rupert Wondolowski

World Made By Hand by James Howard Kunstler | Review by Zak M. Salih

Funny Boys by Warren Adler | Review by Joshua Marx

The News Hole



Never Too Much: Love and Circuits Captures The Elusive Everything and Nothingness of America's Current Musical Underground | Music by Michael Byrne

Noble Lake | Review by Jared T. Fischer

Mission of Burma: Signals, Calls, And Marches; Vs.; The Horrible Truth About Burma | Review by Jess Harvell

They Might Be Giants: Here Come the 123s | Review by Al Shipley

Pastor Troy: Attitude Adjuster | Review by Brandon Soderburg

The Short List | Noise | Noise | Noise



Inside | Review by Steve Erickson

Smart People | Review by Cole Haddon

The Year My Parents Went On Vacation | Review by Joe MacLeod

The Grand | Review by Bret McCabe



Kitty Kat Bar | Review by Michael Byrne

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