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Wednesday, June 02, 2010

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Murder Ink: Murders this Week: 7 Murders this Year: 77 Monday, May 24 12:43 a.m. by Anna Ditkoff

Get on the Bus: A new initiative attempts to reconnect Baltimore Jews with their roots around Druid Hill Park | Mobtown Beat by Andrea Appleton

Elder Care: Grandparents get involved and make a difference at a city school | Mobtown Beat by Phoebe Bright

Councilmania | The Mail



Future Tense: I just totally enjoyed my Memorial Day Holiday Weekend, but really I haven't for-reals enjoyed it yet, because in order to Enjoy my Memorial Day Holiday Weekend, I gotta file the Mr. | Mr. Wrong by Joe MacLeod



Dirt Farm: by Ben Claassen III

Important Comics: by Dina Kelberman

Lulu Eightball: by Emily Flake



No Recess: Stoop Storytellers' summer radio show comically explores how we remember high school--and how it really was | Stage by Bret McCabe

The Trench Connection: A poignant work explores the realities of war | Stage by Anna Ditkoff

Consider Yourself Entertained: Toby's Oliver! offers bravura performances by its child actors | Stage by Courtney Hodge

Something Old, Something New: The latest funny books from indie vet Daniel Clowes and relative rookie Dash Shaw | Books by Brandon Soderberg

Being Here: Local artists install strong works at biennial outdoor sculpture exhibition | Art by Alex Ebstein



Cuts of Beef: A single diss track catapults Keys into the local hip-hop discussion | Feature by Jaye Hunnie

Maniac Beat: Tobacco finds fresh music at '90s dead-ends | Music by Michaelangelo Matos

DJ Mujava/various artists: Ayobaness! The Sound Of South African House | Review by Michael Byrne

Keys: Infiltration | Review by Al Shipley

The Short List



Vincenzo Natali: Splice director Vincenzo Natali talks about earmouse and the uncanny valley | Film by Bret McCabe

Splice | Review by Bret McCabe

Please Give | Review by Bret McCabe

Sex and the City 2 | Review by Bret McCabe

New This Week



Man, Eater: Pop vocalist Daryl Hall cooks up a convivial good time on his internet series | Eat Me by Mary K. Zajac

University Mini Mart | Review by Wendy Ward


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