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Wednesday, June 16, 2010

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Mel Guapo


The Black Box: Baltimore's African-American indie filmmakers search for an audience | Feature by Lee Gardner

The Mayor of Fells Point: Neighborhood fixture Leroy Moore taken off the street | Mobtown Beat by Andrea Appleton

Dangerous Debt: Inmate loses lawsuit seeking protection from gang due to drug debt | Mobtown Beat by Van Smith

Councilmania | Murder Ink



Numbers: For a full month in 2008, I spent most of my waking moments researching the costs, scale, and impact of the American criminal justice system for an article. | Where I Come From by Lionel Foster



Dirt Farm: by Ben Claassen III

Important Comics: by Dina Kelberman

Lulu Eightball: by Emily Flake



Perfectly Normal's: Twenty years after nine friends started a business, it's still going strong | Books by Andrea Appleton

The Cook's Tale: Anthony Bourdain returns with another round of unexpurgated gastronomic musings | Books by Neil Ferguson

Acting a Fool: A contemporary playwright takes on the classics | Stage by Rebecca Fishbein

Pride Guide: June's heat wave might be getting you hot, but things are about to get steamy with Baltimore Pride 2010 hitting the streets near you this weekend. | The Arts by Rebecca Fishbein



J. Gräf: Os | Review by Bret McCabe

J. Gräf and M. Bassett: Peradam | Review by Bret McCabe

Thrushes: Night Falls | Review by Bret McCabe

Nina Nastasia: Outlaster | Review by Michael Byrne

The Short List



A Workspace Odyssey: Ashley Grayson's The Cube Life hopes to find the average, young African-American TV viewing audience--online | Television by Felicia Pride

All Eyes on Him?: John Potash's The FBI War on Tupac Shakur and Black Leaders offers a different version of the slain rapper | Film by Bret McCabe

Near Dark | Review by Bret McCabe

To Live | Review by Bret McCabe

New This Week



Byblos | Review by Mary K. Zajac

Kavkaz Kebab | Review by Andrea Appleton


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