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Wednesday, July 29, 2009

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Frank Hamilton


Something in the Water: A Look Inside the Baltimore Harbor | Feature by Chris Landers

Times of the Signs: Despite ordinance, city littered with illegal signs | Mobtown Beat by Edward Ericson Jr.

Murder Ink | The Mail



Dude, Where's My Casino?: I still haven't heard anything from Baltimore TV veteran Richard Sher about putting me on his Square Off teevee show on WMAR, which is "Channel 2," but actually more like "Channel 2-001" now with the new Digital Teevee, which sucks because it turns out I can't get a picture in Certain Rooms of my castle without having to spend 50 bucks on a special new Digital Teevee Antenna, but at the same time the Exciting New Digital Teevee is super-terrific because It Is Free. | Mr. Wrong



Dirt Farm: by Ben Claassen III

Important Comics: by Dina Kelberman

Lulu Eightball: by Emily Flake



No Closet, No Return: New local theater group debuts with this smart, if familiar, local premier about Hollywood's homophobia | Stage by John Barry

Prince of Sighs: A strong lead actor powers this hit-and-miss production | Art by Geoffrey Himes

Grad Company: Group show of recent MFA graduates catches young artists still honing their ideas | Art by Alex Ebstein

Human Architecture: The protagonist isn't the only one obsessed with capturing life in two dimensions in Asterios Polyp | Books by Jess Harvell

The Halfway House by Guillermo Rosales | Review by Bret McCabe

Quick Sketches | Curtain Time



Beyond Dubstep: London's bass underground moves both forward and backward | Music by Michaelangelo Matos

The Twilight Drone: Fringe music enters pop as pop pleasures come from fringe music | Music by Michael Byrne

Yacht: See Mystery Lights | Review by Michael Byrne

The Short List



Humpday | Review by Bret McCabe

Séraphine | Review by Bret McCabe



Chewy's BBQ | Review by Tim Hill

Mount Washington Tavern | Review by Wendy Ward

Eat Me | Eat Feature


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