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Wednesday, June 30, 2004

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Frank Klein


Take That Hill: A Group of Would-Be Homeowners Challenge Developers for the Right to Buy and Rehab Houses in Reservoir Hill | Mobtown Beat by Anna Ditkoff

Latin Tinge: Questions Arise Over Whose Side Local Hispanic Activist Angelo Solera is On | Mobtown Beat by Edward Ericson Jr.

Irish Eyes: In this era of active anti-Western terrorism, we werenít sure whether to feel safer or shakier with a European head of state on our commercial flight across the Atlantic... | The Nose

Appearing Tonite . . .: You might have heard of the Baltimore band the Ravyns... | Charmed Life by Brennen Jensen

Ghosts in the Machines: What Happens to Your Online Self When You Die? | Feature by Ryan Boddy

The Mail



Radio Days: My co-workers and I would often repair there in the evenings after work on the flight line, as some of the best food in town was served up at a restaurant behind the gas station. | Political Animal by Brian Morton

Diamond Market: On an objective level, Iíd prefer to see the Expos wind up in Monterrey, Mexico, although that isnít likely because of a perceived reluctance of locals to fork over the money it costs to attend a sporting event. | Right Field by Russ Smith

Love Therapy: The problem is that I have a huge crush on her and think about her constantly. | Think Mink by Mink Stole



Lulu EightBall: | Lulu Eightball by Emily Flake



The Last Word: More Than Two Years After Her Death, Artist Sally Kearsley Reveals Another SecretóShe was Also a Poet | The Arts by Blake de Pastino

Group Shrug: The Art in MAPís Our Perfect World has Nothing in Common But an Area Code | Art by J. Bowers

Wild Planet: B-52ís-Based Musical Doesnít Bomb | Stage by Brennen Jensen

On Paradise Drive: How We Live Now (And Always Have) in the Future Tense by David Brooks | Review by Lily Thayer

Prince Edward by Dennis McFarland | Review by Waris Banks

Reproduction Is the Flaw of Love by Lauren Grodstein | Review by Wendy Ward



Gangs of New York: The Beastie Boysí Latest and Hangar 18ís Debut Praise Their Big Apple | Music by Craig Smith

Three by Four: Ekdellion String Quartet, Leipzig String Quartet, Cuarteto Latinoamericano | Feedback by Lee Hodges

The Streets: A Grand Donít Come for Free | Review by Bret McCabe

Hair Police: Obedience Cuts | Review by Raymond Cummings

Deathprod: Morals and Dogma | Review by Steve Erickson

P.G. Six: The Well of Memory | Review by Marc Masters

Tiemann-Belzer: Crypto | Review by Bret McCabe

Slow Jets: Remain in Ether | Review by Bret McCabe

Daniel Higgs: Magic Alphabet | Review by Bret McCabe

Nautical Almanac: Rooting for the Microbes | Review by Bret McCabe

Sworz: Da Inevitable | Review by Bret McCabe

The Short List



Spiderman 2 | Review by Gabriel Wardell

Napoleon Dynamite | Review by Violet LeVoit

Two Brothers | Review by Violet LeVoit

Criss Cross | Review by Eric Allen Hatch



Antrim 1844 Country Inn | Review by Richard Gorelick

Overlea Diner | Review by Michelle Gienow


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