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Wednesday, May 16, 2007

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Crazy Diamonds: Wham City Doesn't Want To Take Over The World--But It Just Might Anyway | Feature by Jess Harvell

The Comeback: It was crowded at the Clarence "Du" Burns Arena on Friday, May 11, as boxer Mike "The American Dream" Dietrich waited to take his place in the ring for his comeback fight ("The Boxer," Mobtown Beat, May 9). | Mobtown Beat by Chris Landers

Good Questions: Noise As A "Public Nuisance" | Mobtown Beat by Anna Ditkoff

Who's Afraid of Frank Scarfield?: Not Peter Muntjan, and He's Willing to Fight a Million-Dollar Libel Suit For His Right to Call His Landlord a Crook | Mobtown Beat by Edward Ericson Jr.

Rat-a-Tat-Tat: One night in late April, while the Nose is lying in bed reading Garrison Keillor's Lake Wobegon Days, a gun battle erupts in our neighborhood. | The Nose

The Mail | Murder Ink



Newsworthy: It was a mild Sunday afternoon spent outdoors with friends, cooking dinner on the grill with a few cold ones sitting in a bucket. | Political Animal by Brian Morton

In the Realm of the Centses: Man, I hate pennies, and you should, too. | Mr. Wrong by Joe MacLeod



Dirt Farm: by Ben Claassen III

LuLu Eightball: | Lulu Eightball by Emily Flake



Patterns Recognition: M. Jordan Tierney Reconfigures Objects And Ideas In Her Mixed-Media Works | The Arts by Deborah McLeod

Waking Life Painting: Baltimore County Artist Group Mounts Its Debut Show | The Arts by J. Bowers

Devout of This World: Vagabond Players Turn Up The Satire in Molière's Timeless Comedy | Stage by John Barry

Breaking Silence: Irish Playwright Gamely Sidesteps the Problem of Dramatizing the Uncommunicative Family | Stage by Geoffrey Himes

Breaking Silence: Steven Kaufman AIDS Outreach Project celebrates 15 years of prevention advocacy | Arts and Entertainment by Laura Laing

Leni: The Life and Work of Leni Riefenstahl by Steven Bach | Review by Zak M. Salih



Polka Party: Sometime it's good to reaffirm that you're still as big of a dork as you were in high school, and a "Weird Al" Yankovic concert is like a pan-dork church where you're not only free to testify--you're encouraged. | Feedback by Jess Harvell

Sound and Vision: It's been a decade since Japanese pop polymath and bedroom super-producer Keigo Oyamada released Fantasma, an album so smitten with the Beach Boys' Pet Sounds, My Bloody Valentine's Loveless, and Kraftwerk's Computer World that it decided to combine them into the world's greatest mixtape. | Feedback by Jess Harvell

Ebony and Irony: Thirty Years On It's Easier To See The Witty, Poppy Sons And Daughters Of Elton | Music by Geoffrey Himes

The Short List | No Cover | No Cover



Away From Her | Review by Wendy Ward

Shrek the Third | Review by Cole Haddon

Force of Evil | Review by Bret McCabe

The Ex | Review by G. Brian Davis

Georgia Rule | Review by Ian Grey

The Salon | Review by Wendy Ward



Gino Troia Ristorante | Review by Richard Gorelick

Narita Japanese Restaurant | Review by Anna Ditkoff


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