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Wednesday, July 10, 2002

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Joseph Kohl

NEWS

Keeping Up With Jones: "We're so excited," said Sarah Matthews, a member of the 44th District Democratic Central Committee... | Ballot Stuffing

Young Republican: Helen Delich Bentley's presumed free pass in the 2nd Congressional District Republican primary was... | Ballot Stuffing

The Big Chill: Hot town, summer in the city. And while the back of my neck isn't getting dirty and gritty, as '60s... | Charmed Life by Brennen Jensen

Baltimore's New Caesar: Running Against One of Julius Henson's Candidates? Then He's Come to Bury You | Campaign Beat by James Michael Brodie

How's it Goin?: by Christopher Myers

A Tribe Apart: Besides baffling our president and bringing out the worst in both sides, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict has confused--and often expose... | Media Circus by Michael Anft

The Mail | Mobtown Beat | Mobtown Beat | Feature

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COLUMNS

Good Times: I don't know about you, but I had a real good Holiday Weekend. How about you? | Mr. Wrong by Joe MacLeod

Working Woes: I've never understood why employers don't consult their employees when they're getting ready to... | Think Mink by Mink Stole

Dead Right: For better than two decades, opponents of the death penalty amassed mountains of evidence that... | Urban Rhythms by Wiley Hall III

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COMICS

Chump Change Is My Life!: July 1- July 7 | Funny Paper by Scocca & MacLeod

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MUSIC

Harmonic Convergence: Harmonic Baltimore Brings Charm City's Little-Known Free-Jazz Giants to the Fore | Music by Ian Nagoski

Iron Maidens: Ladies Living Loud in the Manly World of Metal | Music by P.J. Gach

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FILM

Road to Perdition | Review by Lee Gardner

Men in Black II | Review by Adele Marley

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EAT

Salsa Grill | Review by Tim Hill

Rafael's | Review by Michelle Gienow

Redwood Trust | Review by Anna Ditkoff

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