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Wednesday, June 15, 2005

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SPECIAL

Oops, We Did It Again: City Paper’s Second Annual Queer Issue | Introduction

Gender Blender: The People Behind the Charm City Kitty Club Talk About Politics, Art, and Freaking People Out | Feature by Bret McCabe

Separation of Church and Hate: Local Clergy Discuss Religion and Homosexuality | Feature by Christina Royster-Hemby

Yanks for the Memories: A Look Back at Baltimore’s Now-Defunct Gay Strip Club Atlantis | Feature by Gadi Dechter

Gay Old Time: Your Guide to Pride 2005 | Feature

Feature | Feature

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NEWS

Cedric Walker: For the last 12 years, the UniverSoul Circus has been touring the United States and South Africa, giving audiences a new slant on the same old big-top action. | Q+A by Christina Royster-Hemby

United State: Former Nader Press Secretary Kevin Zeese Announces Senate Candidacy On New Third-Party Ticket | Mobtown Beat by Rodney Foxworth

High Risk Policy: Abandoned Buildings In Baltimore Put Homeowners’ Insurance Policies At Risk | Mobtown Beat by Stephen Janis

Street Talk: Dan Rodricks rests his head in his hands. | Media Circus by Gadi Dechter

Doing the Math: “Implementation is not as simple as waking up one September morning and opening the doors to shiny new schools.” So said then-Baltimore City School Board member David Stone at a City Council hearing held almost a year ago to discuss the city school system’s now-overturned policy to limit the number of charter schools allowed to open in fall 2005. | Quick and Dirty by Anna Ditkoff

Murder Ink | The Mail

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COLUMNS

Handicapping: O’Malley is already behind the curve in making a pitch to Maryland’s independent and moderate Republican voters who’ve been offended by Dean. | Right Field by Russ Smith

Looking Uncertain: By running the paragraph every time Mfume’s name is mentioned, the news media will be keeping alive allegations that by next year, will be the oldest of old news. | Political Animal by Brian Morton

Orange Alert: As soon as I see that gigantical blinking arrow, I know some bozo is gonna start crowding me because they gotta get One Car Length More, you know? | Mr. Wrong by Joe MacLeod

The Bitch Is Back: And here’s your third and final clue, college boy: although she may not have felt a kiss was appropriate after what amounted to a well-chaperoned evening, she gave you a reason to call her. | Think Mink by Mink Stole

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COMICS

Lulu Eightball: by Emily Flake

Sheet Comics: by The Hussey Bros.

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ARTS

Great Depression: Artist Larry Scott unlimbers raw emotional power in The Evolution of Depression | Art by J. Bowers

Deconstruction Junction: A Pair Of One-Acts Navigate Stories Within Stories | Stage by John Barry

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MUSIC

Terrorizers: Mapping The Roiling Shifts In Extreme Grind From Unsane To Pig Destroyer | Music by By Andrew Earles

Memphis Freak: Three-6 Mafia Carves Out its Own Anarchic, Sinister | Music by Tom Breihan

Little Brother: The Chitlin Circuit 1.5 | Review by Makkada B. Selah

Banda Salvatierra: Asi Es La Vida | Review by Dennis Rozanski

Dirtbombs: If You Don't Already Have A Look | Review by John Duffy

Frontline: Now U Know | Review by Craig Smith

The Short List | Music

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FILM

Batman Begins | Review by Joe MacLeod

Howl's Moving Castle | Review by J. Bowers

Mr. and Mrs. Smith | Review by Ian Grey

To Have and Have Not | Review by Bret McCabe

The Honeymooners | Review by Violet LeVoit

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EAT

Mamma Italia | Review by Michelle Gienow

Donna's | Review by Richard Gorelick

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