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Wednesday, August 15, 2007

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Christopher Myers

NEWS

Strife During Wartime: Four Years After The Invasion, Expatriate Iraqis' News From Home Isn't Getting Any Better | Feature by Tom Chalkley

Whistlestops: Aug. | Campaign Beat by Erin Sullivan

The Count: Keiffer Mitchell Jr.: Just like every other Maryland politician, City Councilman Keiffer Mitchell Jr. | Campaign Beat by Van Smith

Pretty Vacant: Challengers To City Councilman Young Say Abandoned Houses And Crime Mar 12th District | Campaign Beat by Randy Leonard

7th District Celebrities: Familiar Names Challenge Incumbent Conaway in Council Race | Campaign Beat by Van Smith

Nightmare Neighbor: No One Takes Responsibility For Collapsing And Neglected East Baltimore House | Mobtown Beat by Edward Ericson Jr.

Stage Fright: Anger, Anxiety in Theater Scene as Sun Cuts Community Stage Coverage | The Nose

Murder Ink | The Mail

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COLUMNS

Hot Randomness: It's. | Social Studies by Vincent Williams

Foreign Fallacy: It's a testament to the way politics has completely changed from the way it used to be in the United States when the old axiom "politics stops at the water's edge" has been flipped completely in the new century. | Political Animal by Brian Morton

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COMICS

Dirt Farm: by Ben Claassen III

Lulu Eightball: by Emily Flake

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ARTS

Spoiler Alert: Groupie Oral History Dishes The Dirt--And A Ceaseless Cascade Of Clichés | Books by Ed Schrader

Hostel Relations: Love And Other Human Remains Are Painfully, Funnily Shattered In New Theater Group's 1st Major Production | Stage by Bret McCabe

Last Night at the Owl Bar: The name of the Belvedere Hotel's Owl Bar evokes Baltimore's monumental past--visiting dignitaries and opera stars, H.L. | Stage by Robbie Whelan

C.Y.A.: Kimberley Lynne's C.Y.A.--the Mobtown Players' entry in the Baltimore Playwrights Festival--is a contemporary office drama that tackles a number of workplace issues: racism, sexism, affairs, workers' compensation, health insurance, fraud. | Stage by Darcelle Bleau

Tag Party: Little Scratches Grow Up In This Vibrant Street Art Show | Art by Deborah McLeod

Signs and Misdemeanors: Deaf Artists Work Slyly And Cogently Explore How Everyday Communication Breaks Down | Art by Jason Hughes

Tracking Heroes: John Flynn Offers An Up To The Second Compendium Of Comic Book Superheroes Moving From Page To Screen | Books by J. Bowers

The Interloper by Antoine Wilson | Review by Anny Hoge

Seeing Beyond Sight Photographs by Blind Teenagers by Tony Deifell | Review by Katherine M. Hill

Conquering Gotham: A Gilded Age Epic: The Construction of Penn Station and Its Tunnels by Jill Jonnes | Review by Josh Marx

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MUSIC

You're Reliving All Over Me: New Albums From Dinosaur Jr., Smashing Pumpkins, And Shellac Are Actually Pretty Good--If Anybody's Still Listening | Music by Raymond Cummings

Brother Reade: Rap Music | Review by Raymond Cummings

Paramore: Riot! | Review by Mikael Wood

Gallows: Orchestra of Wolves | Review by Mikael Wood

Dizzee Rascal: Maths + English | Review by Michaelangelo Matos

C-Rayz Walz and Sharkey: Monster Maker | Review by Ed Schrader

B-Ill: The Best of B-Ill: Chapter 1 | Review by Al Shipley

A-maz-on : Da Newest Kid on the Block: Freshman 101 | Review by Al Shipley

Major League Unlimited: Industry Invasion | Review by Al Shipley

Blaq Starr: The King of Roq | Review by Al Shipley

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FILM

Blow Up Real Good: Kevin Kangas' Horror Sequel Debuts At The Senator Before Heading Direct To DVD | Film by Bret McCabe

Superbad | Review by Bret McCabe

Death at a Funeral | Review by Cole Haddon

The Ten | Review by Steve Erickson

Arctic Tale | Review by Lauren Svrjcek

Lady Chatterley | Review by Bret McCabe

Wild Tigers I Have Known | Review by Bret McCabe

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EAT

Kitten's Eat to Live | Review by Anna Ditkoff

Omnivore | Under the Table

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