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Wednesday, August 09, 2006

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Dumb Show: Street Performers Audition For a License They May Not Actually Need | Mobtown Beat by Charles Cohen

Comptroller for Life: ...Or Is It Someone Else’s Year? | Campaign Beat by Edward Ericson Jr.

Regime Change: Candidates Challenge Incumbents On Their Records in the 44th | Campaign Beat by Christina Royster-Hemby

Wild Bunch: Prickly Racial Politics And Murderous Mafia Plots Amid Baltimore's Banana Wars | Feature by Brennen Jensen

The Mail | Murder Ink | The News Hole



The Trap: Remember that soldiers are tools. | Political Animal by Brian Morton

Class Action: It’s hard to believe that Democrats wouldn’t swallow the estate-tax reform. | Right Field by Russ Smith

Yet Hot American Summer: Everybody should lose a little sleep once in a while. | Mr. Wrong by Joe MacLeod



Lulu Eightball: by Emily Flake

Shabby Tabby: by Valerie Crosswhite



Minimum Stage: Jim Knipple Shaped Run of the Mill Theater Into Something Other Than the Average Local Company | Stage by John Barry

Sibling Rivalries: Two Plays Explore the Contentious Relationships Between Brothers And Sisters | Stage by John Barry

Straight Not: Artists Collaborate For Laffs | Art by Bret McCabe

Code: No Code: Elegant and inventive, Villa Julie's off-site Artscape offering brings together five artists who explore the communicative power of symbols, letters, and numbers--and the cognitive dissonance created when these familiar building blocks of communication are disrupted or manipulated. It's an intriguing concept for a group show, ingeniously explored by Annet Couwenberg's "Are You Perfect Yet?," a series of embroidered linen panels created using digital computer technology. | Art by J. Bowers



Everybody Dance Now: Girl Talk, the Depot, July 30 | Feedback by Jess Harvell

Mirror Man: One Fiery Furnace Releases Two Very Dense Solo Albums | Music by Raymond Cummings

The Knife: Silent Shout | Review by John Farley

Jennifer O'Connor: Over the Mountain, Across the Valley, and Back to the Stars | Review by Raymond Cummings

Awesome Color: Awesome Color | Review by Joel Hunt

Burial: Burial | Review by Michael Crumsho

Boxcutter: Oneric | Review by Michael Crumsho

The Short List



Tale Spins: Music Video Veterans Just Needed the Right Story For Their Feature Debut | Film by Gary Dowell

World Trade Center | Review by Ian Grey

The Fallen Idol | Review by Bret McCabe

Step Up | Review by Bret McCabe

Viridiana | Review by Bret McCabe

Barnyard: The Original Party Animals | Review by Joe MacLeod



Jimmy O'Donnell's Pub | Review by Richard Gorelick

Shorty's Pit Beef and Rib Shack | Review by Christopher Skokna


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