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Wednesday, August 18, 2004

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Frank Klein

NEWS

Who’s Who: Disgruntled Charles Villagers File Suit to Learn What Separates the Neighborhood’s Nonprofit Foundation From its Benefits District | Mobtown Beat by Erin Sullivan

Seeing Amber: The Nose has long outgrown reckless, top-speed driving and measuring road-trip distances by the amount of beer we consume before reaching our destination. | The Nose

Feeding the Need: Moveable Feast Celebrates 15 Years of Delivering Meals, Groceries, and Kindness to Families Suffering from HIV and AIDS | Mobtown Beat by Christina Royster-Hemby

More Literate than Akron: It’s not unusual for Baltimoreans to mock one of the city’s well-known slogans, “The City That Reads.” (The City That Breeds, The City That Bleeds, The City That Reads . | Quick and Dirty by Erin Sullivan

Deadly Issues: On Saturday, Aug. | Quick and Dirty by Anna Ditkoff

Murder Ink | The Mail | Feature

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COLUMNS

Let the Mind Games Begin: It’s not like he’s gonna be homeless or have to swim privately for one of those crazy Olympic-wannabe millionaires in Delaware or anything. | Mr. Wrong by Joe MacLeod

Columnar: When thinking about Baltimore’s only daily, it was suddenly clear that this reader is like a Democrat who supports John Kerry... | Right Field by Russ Smith

Flip a Coin: Since the only irrevocable decisions are to commit murder or suicide...as long as you live you can always change your mind. | Think Mink by Mink Stole

Have a Banana: Reminds you of 1970s Latin America, doesn’t it? | Political Animal by Brian Morton

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COMICS

Lulu Eightball: by Emily Flake

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ARTS

German Turbo: The Contemporary Museum Keeps Pace With the Art World’s Newest Dynamo | Art by J. Bowers

Adaptation: Baltimore Mystery Writer Sujata Massey Talks About Oysters, War Brides, and Fusion Cuisine in Her New Novel, The Pearl Diver | Books by Lizzie Skurnick

Ida B. by Karen E. Quinones Miller | Review by Christina Royster-Hemby

From Oslo to Iraq and the Road Map: Essays by Edward W. Said | Review by Gadi Dechter

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MUSIC

Saturday in the Park: Stone Soul Picnic, Druid Hill Park, Aug. 14 | Feedback by Jason Torres

After the Flood: Bob Dylan and Willie Nelson, Ripken Stadium, Aug. 12 | Feedback by Geoffrey Himes

Almost Fameless: New York’s Ambulance Ltd. Was This Close to Ending Before it Ever Began | Music by Michael Alan Goldberg

Liars Academy | Review by Melissa Flanzraich

A.C. Newman: The Slow Wonder | Review by Bret McCabe

Polyphonic Spree: Together We're Heavy | Review by Bret McCabe

Bardo Pond and Tom Carter: 4/23/03 | Review by Marc Masters

Sick of It All: Life on the Ropes | Review by Brendan Coyne

: Assembling My Father: A Daughter's Detective Story | Review by Nicole Leistikow

The Short List

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FILM

Garden State | Review by Wendy Ward

Alien Vs. Predator | Review by Ian Grey

The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement | Review by Wendy Ward

Since Otar Left | Review by Eric Allen Hatch

A Streetcar Named Desire | Review by Eric Allen Hatch

Yu-Gi-Oh!: The Movie | Review by Joe MacLeod

Ned Kelly | Review by Bret McCabe

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EAT

Jasmine Asian Bistro | Review by Richard Gorelick

Montebello Deli and Café | Review by Tim Hill

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