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Wednesday, July 28, 2004

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Frank Klein

NEWS

The Robots and the Rectory: A Futuristic Parking Garage Finds Foes in a Neighbhorhood that Prizes its Past | Mobtown Beat by Laura Lewis

DNA To Go: Legislative Audit Reveals Troubling Problems With Maryland State Police’s Handling of DNA Database | Mobtown Beat by Ralph Brave

Johnnie on the Spot: Family of Man Killed by City Cop Hires Cochran Firm | Mobtown Beat by Terrie Snyder

God and Mannon: James E. | Quick and Dirty by Van Smith

Park Now, Pay Later: The Sun’s Letters to the Editor section on July 20 ran a missive about the city’s new EZ Park system written by Parking Authority spokeswoman Maureen Mulima. | Quick and Dirty by Van Smith

Housing Code Red: Jacquiline Johnson says Baltimore City government deliberately allows poor and working-class neighborhoods to deteriorate in order to push out long-term residents in favor of yuppies. | Quick and Dirty by Edward Ericson Jr.

Scaling Back: The Baltimore Zoo Closes the Reptile House and Hopes Less is More | Feature by Eden Unger Bowditch

Ride the Donkey: Dispatches from the DNC Bazaar, Updated Daily | Web Exclusive by Van Smith

The Mail | Murder Ink

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COLUMNS

We Must Be Stupid: We’re supposed to believe this. We must be total idiots. | Political Animal by Brian Morton

Son Worship: He’s always enjoyed going places with me, but for some reason he does not like to spend time with his father. | Think Mink by Mink Stole

Learning From Las Vegas: The Sun may sniff that Vegas churns out nothing but entertainment, but the days of Bethlehem Steel and other manufacturing plants are long gone. | Right Field by Russ Smith

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COMICS

Lulu Eightball: by Emily Flake

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ARTS

Exhibiting Signs: Contemporary Art Finds a Foothold in Oliver With the Sign Shop-Turned-Gallery Cubicle 10 | Art by J. Bowers

Extra Virgin: A Play About Not Having Sex Proves That There’s No Substitute for Excitement | Stage by John Barry

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MUSIC

Most Super Popular: Internationally Adored Japanese Rock Band L’Arc~en~Ciel Plays its First Ever North American Concert In Baltimore | Music by Josephine Yun

Harangue the DJ: Starscape, July 24-25, Fort Armistead Park | Feedback by Tom Breihan

The Graduate: Jacob Yoffee Quartet, An die Musik, July 23 | Feedback by Bret McCabe

Nice Squad: Homosexuals in Exile, Ottobar, July 25 | Feedback by Bret McCabe

Morgan State University Choir | Review by Christina Royster-Hemby

Battles: EP C | Review by Marc Masters

DAT Politics: Go Pets Go | Review by Marc Masters

The Killers: Hot Fuss | Review by Mikael Wood

The Short List

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FILM

The Manchurian Candidate | Review by Eric Allen Hatch

Baadasssss! | Review by Bret McCabe

The Bourne Supremacy | Review by Gabriel Wardell

Catwoman | Review by Wendy Ward

The Corporation | Review by Eric Allen Hatch

Thunderbirds | Review by Joe MacLeod

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EAT

Ethel and Ramone's | Review by Richard Gorelick

Café Dujour | Review by Anna Ditkoff

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