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Wednesday, June 18, 2003

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Sam Holden


Green in the Face: The Nose was perusing the growing list of candidates in the upcoming city Primary elections... | The Nose

Year Zero: It was hot and sweaty and crowded on Saturday afternoon, June 14, in the new headquarters of Martin... | The Nose

Up Shit Creek: The Nose saw fit to get fit on Sunday, June 15, along the Gwynns Falls Trail, on the new three-mile... | The Nose

Circle Unbroken: It's no accident that Morgan Park is one of Baltimore's best-hidden neighborhoods. | Charmed Life by Tom Chalkley

The Mail | Mobtown Beat | Mobtown Beat | Feature



One for the Road: For those who say we here at Animal Control are constitutionally incapable of saying anything... | Political Animal by Brian Morton

Burn Victim: Raise your hand if you've heard of the Baltimore Burn. | Shirts and Skins by Eddie Matz

Congrad-uations: Unaccustomed as I am to public speaking, at this time of year I consider it my Civic Duty to remind... | Mr. Wrong by Joe MacLeod

Acts of Faith: When my telephone rang early Sunday morning, I thought it might be a youngster from my... | Third Eye by Afefe Tyehimba

Breeding Tips: This letter is for Longing for Motherhood (Think Mink, June 11): I've always loved children and,... | Think Mink by Mink Stole



Lulu Eightball: by Emily Flake

Cut the Umbrellical Cord: June 9-15, 2003 | Funny Paper by Scocca & MacLeod



Art | The Arts | Stage



Sunday Session: If it's 5 p.m. | Feedback by Geoffrey Himes

Dancing in Your Head: The 30-odd seats of the Red Room's intimate space horseshoe off the performance area, as if for a support group or show and tell, and Leprechaun Catering's hourlong set was strangely yet invigoratingly evocative of both. | Feedback by Bret McCabe

Not-So-Hot Flashes: Radiohead and Steely Dan Sweat Through their Midlife Crises | Music by Bret McCabe



Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd | Review by Tom Siebert

The Glass Key | Review by Eric Allen Hatch

Spellbound | Review by Ian Grey

Hollywood Homicide | Review by Tom Siebert

Style Wars | Review by Bret McCabe



Lucille's | Review by Richard Gorelick

Thai Heaven | Review by Erin Sullivan


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