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Wednesday, July 22, 2009


The Vapors: Toxic gases seeping from the ground in Westport are news to most people who live there | Feature by Van Smith

Lady Day: After 24 years, city rededicates Billie Holiday monument with controversial panels intact | Mobtown Beat by Erin Sullivan

The Mail | Murder Ink | Councilmania



Cover of Darkness: There have been two recent news stories that have really gotten under my skin. | Social Studies by Vincent Williams



Dirt Farm: by Ben Claassen III

Important Comics: by Dina Kelberman

Lulu Eightball: by Emily Flake



Three Feet High and Rising: Expat Baltimore writer and ex-Last Picture Show lead man Louis Maistros weaves a luring tale from New Orleans | Books by Joab Jackson

Paint Elsewhere: Baltimore artist Herman Maril best known for works not about Baltimore | Art by Martin L. Johnson

Spit Takes: Slam poetry gets the Single Carrot treatment in this entertaining production | Stage by Bret McCabe



Back For The First Time: A decade after the Annexx Click's underground classics, K-Mack is still rhyming in the basement | No Cover by Al Shipley

Kitty, Daisy & Lewis: Kitty, Daisy & Lewis | Review by Bret McCabe

Jason Dove: Illegal Activities | Review by Bret McCabe

Wordsmith: Bridging the Gap (with Chubb Rock) | Review by Michael Bryne

The Short List



Kathryn Bigelow: Q&A with director of The Hurt Locker | Film by Bret McCabe

The Hurt Locker | Review by Bret McCabe

(500) Days of Summer

The Gospel According to St. Matthew | Review by Bret McCabe

O'Horten | Review by Geoffrey Himes

Il Divo | Review by Lee Gardner



Talara | Review by Mary K. Zajac

The Canopy | Review by Lee Gardner

Little Havana Restaurante y Cantina Cubana | Review by Kendall Spera


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