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Wednesday, May 17, 2000

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Christopher Myers

NEWS

Mystery Signage Theater: The Nose loves a good mystery. And when we looked eastward and upward from a northbound light-rail... | The Nose

Playing With Fire: Left smoldering alongside Mayor Martin O'Malley's decision to close seven city firehouses is a pile... | The Nose

A Raisin' in the Dark: Saturday, May 13, was a balmy day in Baltimore, and the Nose sought to escape the heat with a night... | The Nose

Mother Figure: A bronze plaque identifies 1320 Eutaw Place as the Lillie Carroll Jackson Museum, but dusty blinds... | Charmed Life by Tom Chalkley

The Mail | Mobtown Beat | Mobtown Beat | Feature | Feature

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COLUMNS

Good Cop, Bad Cop: When you pay attention to history, when you start realizing the truth of the old French saying,... | Underwhelmed by Sandy Asirvatham

Give Guns the Boot: On Mother's Day, I turned down a side street in Washington, D.C. | Urban Rhythms by Wiley Hall III

Breaking Up Is Hard to Do: Bill Gates has only himself to blame. He can rant all he wants. He can stomp his feet and get all red in the face. He can threaten to appeal all the w... | Cyberpunk by Joab Jackson

Boston K Party: Three pitches. That's all. Bottom of the first inning, clouds and a tugging breeze making it seem cooler than 92 degrees, Brady Anderson at the plate.... | 8 Upper by Tom Scocca

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MUSIC

I Should Have Known Better: Sometimes it's hard to be a fan of forward-looking musicians--they tend to abandon so much rich material when they up and move on. | Feedback by Lee Gardner

Crying Holy: I saw Katie Jackson twice last week, and while the circumstances couldn't have been more different, the results couldn't have been more similar.On Sunday, May 7, I caught the Baltimore gospel singer at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, playing an afternoon slot with the hottest group in the Sacred Steel movement, the Campbell Brothers of Rochester, N.Y. | Feedback by Geoffrey Himes

Pope Fest: Almost every car clogging Eutaw Street at cruise time on Friday night was pumping hip-hop or B'more club music. | Feedback by Lee Gardner

Young Gun: Hilary Hahn Fires Up the Classical Repertoire | Music by Daniel Schlosberg

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FILM

Small Time Crooks | Review by Ian Grey

Battlefield Earth | Review by Ian Grey

Mifune | Review by Lee Gardner

Gunga Din | Review by Jack Purdy

Morning Glory | Review by Luisa F. Ribeiro

Wintersleepers | Review by Ian Grey

Freaks | Review by Ian Grey

Up at the Villa | Review by Luisa F. Ribeiro

Center Stage | Review by Luisa F. Ribeiro

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EAT

Karabelas Cuisine | Review by Susan Fradkin

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