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Here: Whoever coined the old Queer Nation slogan "We're here, we're queer, get used to it" deserves some kind of award--a Pulitzer Prize for propaganda, if there were such a thing, or a belated MacArthur "genius" grant. | The Queer Issue

Going Gay With Age: A Short History of Gay Rights in Baltimore | The Queer Issue by Van Smith

Unmarried With Children: For Members of Families With Pride, It Takes a Lesbian Village to Raise a Child | The Queer Issue by Anna Ditkoff

Civil Divide: Are the Civil-Rights Struggle and the Gay-Rights Struggle the Same? Yes, and No | The Queer Issue by Waris Banks

Getting Creative: Baltimore Needs A Visible Gay And Lesbian Community To Thrive--and The Gay And Lesbian Community Needs To Get With It | The Queer Issue by Richard Gorelick

Pride Ride: A Calendar of Pride Week Events | The Queer Issue

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NEWS

Going Gay With Age: A Short History of Gay Rights in Baltimore | The Queer Issue by Van Smith

Sowebo Beatdown: Sowebo Arts Festival Goers Subject to Alleged Police Brutality Mull a Class-Action Lawsuit Against City Police Department | Mobtown Beat by Brennen Jensen

Candid Cameraman: The Nose rarely gets much out of the Sun's Between the Lines feature--the paper's largely featherweight effort to liven up the Monday Maryland section with a hodgepodge of gossipy behind-the-scenes blurbage. | The Nose

The Mail

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COLUMNS

Reagan's Legacy: The lessons the right learned in the '80s are being put to full use now, only in much more effective ways. | Political Animal by Brian Morton

Generation Gap: What was "inspiring" in Manhattan after Sept. 11 wasn't the celebrities pulling strings to make cameos at ground zero, but the wash of American flags throughout the city, | Right Field by Russ Smith

Fat Chance: He did warn you--any guy fresh out of a marriage gone bad should automatically be considered damaged goods and at least temporarily unavailable. | Think Mink by Mink Stole

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COMICS

Lulu Eightball: by Emily Flake

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MUSIC

Burned: Usher's Confessions of Sexual Prowess Hovers Near The Charts' Tops, but the Naughty Janet Jackson Offers More Sexual Intimacy on Damita Jo | Music by Mikael Wood

Two if by Sea | Review by Ryan Boddy

The Beta Band: Heroes to Zeros | Review by Tom Breihan

Melissa Auf Der Maur: Auf Der Maur | Review by Raymond Cummings

The Mattoid: Hello | Review by Bret McCabe

Janis Ian: Billie's Bones | Review by John Duffy

The Short List

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FILM

Off Color: Filmmaker Brian Dannelly Hit a Nun And Look Where He Ended Up | Film by Eric Allen Hatch

Young Adam | Review by Lee Gardner

Saved! | Review by Eric Allen Hatch

Coffee and Cigarettes | Review by Bret McCabe

Garfield: The Movie | Review by Joe MacLeod

I'm Not Scared | Review by Richard Gorelick

Soul Plane | Review by Joe MacLeod

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EAT

Big Bubba's Doghaus | Review by Erin Sullivan

Red Star Bar and Grill | Review by Richard Gorelick

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