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Wednesday, July 14, 2004

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Frank Klein

NEWS

Heroes of the Revolution: Despite the headline, what follows is not a post-July 4 reflection. | Charmed Life by Tom Chalkley

Lots of Trouble: Firing of Baltimore Parking Authority director reveals another ethics breach in city government | Mobtown Beat by Edward Ericson Jr.

Wedding Suit: ACLU files against state, calling ban on same-sex marriage unconstitutional | Mobtown Beat by Anna Ditkoff

Fact-Flouting Mission: At first glance, the Nose snored with boredom at the late-arriving June issue of the Maryland State Board of Elections’ Campaign Finance Newsletter, a four-page pub usually dedicated to dull topics about the mechanics of properly running a political campaign committee. | The Nose

Mortal Thoughts: Philosopher Alphonso Lingis Brings the Real World to the Ivory Tower | Feature by Stephen Janis

Telling Tales Out of School: School’s out for summer, but that doesn’t mean Maryland U.S. | Quick and Dirty by Erin Sullivan

The Mail | Murder Ink

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COLUMNS

Out of Comptrol: We all are left wondering if the administration is playing politics with terror, since it has done so with just about everything else. | Political Animal by Brian Morton

The Dumps: It just never occurred to me that I needed to make my own life—I thought I had one. | Think Mink by Mink Stole

O’Malley’s March: Silly, yes, but in the end Schaefer simply reinforced his image as a goofy old man. | Right Field by Russ Smith

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COMICS

Lulu Eightball: by Emily Flake

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ARTS

Clear-Eyed: After Nearly 40 Years, Photographer Jack Eisenberg is Still Master of Charm City’s Social Landscape | Art by Blake de Pastino

Art at (and Around) Artscape: Artists in Baltimore Arts and Entertainment Districts. | Art

The Cast’s Spell: BSF Players Work Their Magic in The Tempest | Stage by Anna Ditkoff

Throne Builders: Paul Bogas’ Throne Builders, the latest entry in the Baltimore Playwrights Festival, was inspired by a Washington, D.C., visionary artist who spent 15 years in his garage in his off hours constructing a sculpture that eventually found its way into the Smithsonian. | Stage by John Barry

. . . And Everything Else At Artscape: 4-10 p.m. | Art

Rogue Warriors: Rolling Stone Journalist Evan Wright Brings Back a Brutally Candid View of the War—and the Soldiers—in Iraq | Books by Gadi Dechter

Cooking with Grease: Stirring the Pots in American Politics by Donna Brazile | Review by Angie Drobnic Holan

The Fate of Family Farming: Variations on an American Idea by Ronald Jager | Review by Scott Carlson

Wakefield by Wakefield | Review by Emily Flake

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MUSIC

Kelly’s Blues: Despite Brilliant Songs, Aussie Singer/Songwriter Paul Kelly is a Long Way From Famous | Music by Geoffrey Himes

Nine-Inch Nancy Boys: Dillinger Escape Plan Escapes the Metal Underground—and its Limitations | Music by Patrick Kenndy

Music at Artscape: You know the score. | Music

Rachel Goswell: Waves Are Universal | Review by Catherine Lewis

PJ Harvey: Uh Huh Her | Review by Michael Alan Goldberg

The New Year: The End Is Near | Review by Raymond Cummings

Wilco: A Ghost Is Born | Review by Bret McCabe

The Short List

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FILM

Before Sunset | Review by Ian Grey

Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy | Review by Joe MacLeod

Broadway Danny Rose | Review by Eric Allen Hatch

De-Lovely | Review by Bret McCabe

The Warriors | Review by Lee Gardner

Sleepover | Review by Wendy Ward

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EAT

Cobbers Pub and Cafe | Review by Wendy Ward

Holy Frijoles! | Review by Richard Gorelick

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