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Wednesday, June 09, 2010

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Happy?: Baltimore's latest tourism campaign rekindles the city's ongoing branding issues | Feature by Martin L. Johnson

Snitched out: A Westport man's murder may have been retaliation for talking to the FBI | Mobtown Beat by Van Smith

Murder Ink | The Mail



Funny Business: It is during the slow summer months when political campaigns start looking for the narrative they plan on focusing on during the rock 'em sock 'em fall campaigns. | Political Animal by Brian Morton



Dirt Farm: by Ben Claassen III

Important Comics: by Dina Kelberman

Lulu Eightball: by Emily Flake



The Heartbreak Kid: Taboos are shattered in a complex and engaging production | Stage by Geoffrey Himes

A Liberalism Education: Howell Baum's exploration of Baltimore city school desegregation overlooks the local politics in its political posturing | Books by Edward Ericson Jr.

Strange Days Indeed: The 1970s: The Golden Age of Paranoia by Francis Wheen | Review by Raymond Cummings



Divided Royalties: SoundExchange seeks out artists to give them money earned from digital transmissions | Music by Charles Cohen

By the Throat: Pianos Become the Teeth wrest screamo back from latter-day crapcore nonsense | Music by Michael Byrne

Chris Lightcap's Bigmouth: Deluxe | Review by Lee Gardner

The Short List



Rodrigo García: Interview with the director of Mother and Child | Film by Bret McCabe

New This Week



Mi Viejo Pueblito | Review by Mary K. Zajac

Mouth Party Caramels | Review by Anna Ditkoff


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