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Wednesday, June 04, 2003

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Frank Klein


OutLoud in Court: The newly competitive local gay-newspaper market (The Nose, May 28) has already spawned a lawsuit. | The Nose

Tentative Dates, Redux: The Nose was just coming to accept that this year's oddball election dates--a primary this... | The Nose

Tough as Nails: George Korzec's tiny hardware store in Pigtown is a strange place to discuss his survival of the... | Charmed Life by Charles Cohen

The Mail | Mobtown Beat | Mobtown Beat | Feature | Mobtown Beat



Triumph of the Bullies: Some years ago, long before we emerged from our chrysalis to become the ever-lovin' Political... | Political Animal by Brian Morton

Sticking Up for an Old Friend: A former Orioles first baseman is headed to the National Baseball Hall of Fame. | Shirts and Skins by Eddie Matz

Free Parking: Jesus Christ, what is the big deal with this FCC and the Media and the Consolidation? Monopoly? | Mr. Wrong by Joe MacLeod

Day Trippin': It was Memorial Day, and the last thing I'd planned to do for the holiday, come rain or shine, was... | Third Eye by Afefe Tyehimba

Drunk, Gay Ol' Times: I'm a gay guy who's been friends with a hetero couple for about 15 years. | Think Mink by Mink Stole



Lulu Eightball: by Emily Flake

I Don't Eat Fingers!: May 26-June 1, 2003 | Funny Paper by Scocca & MacLeod



The Locklear Letters by Michael Kun | Review by Michael Yockel

We Pierce by Andrew Huebner | Review by Patrick Sullivan

Persepolis: The Story of a Childhood by Marjane Satrapi | Review by Christopher Skokna

Regarding the Pain of Others by Susan Sontag | Review by Blake de Pastino

Art | Art | Better Live!-ing | Stage | Stage



Mood Indigo: "This is actually my first concert in Baltimore," Baltimore-based pianist Billy Colucci says four days before his trio performance at the First Unitarian Church. | Feedback by Bret McCabe

Rebel Girls: During her EstroFest set at the Ottobar last Saturday night, singer/songwriter Kathy Cashel said that when she last toured the country in a rock band audience ratios averaged nine men for every woman. | Feedback by Melissa Flanzraich

Sects Appeal: With its Thick Sound and Cultish Vibe, Polyphonic Spree is Winning Converts with Symphonic, Saccharine Pop | Music by Bret McCabe

Thug Rife: R&B Loverman Ginuwine Can't Tell Where His New Hard-Core Image Will Lead, but Soulster Donnie Knows it's Not the Life for Him | Music by Felicia Pride



L'Auberge Espagnole | Review by Ian Grey

In a Lonely Place | Review by Eric Allen Hatch

Wrong Turn | Review by Ian Grey

Comedian | Review by Joe MacLeod



Indonesia House | Review by Richard Gorelick


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