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Wednesday, September 10, 2008

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Frank Klein

SPECIAL

Consider Your Options: City Paper's Seventh Annual Comics Contest | Comics Feature

Open Secret: Closed Caption Comics Creators Gaining Local Notice Just as Some Are Leaving Town | Comics Feature by Violet LeVoit

War Profits: New Biography Reveals WWII's Toll On Willie & Joe Cartoonist Bill Mauldin | Comics Feature by Christopher Skokna

Ten Jobs I Have Known: | Comics Feature by Eamon Espey

Comics Feature | Comics Feature | Comics Feature | Comics Feature | Comics Feature

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NEWS

The Company You Keep: City Hall Filmmaker's Business Partner Accused of Running Drug-Trafficking Operation | Mobtown Beat by Jeffrey Anderson and Van Smith

Murder Ink | The Mail

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COLUMNS

Palin Politics: The 60-day sprint between the conventions and the general election is the time when, every four years, the political experts come out of the kitchen and join the rest of the cocktail party. | Political Animal by Brian Morton

Children's Programming: I think something pretty significant has happened over the past few days in terms of my journey through parenthood. | Social Studies by Vincent Williams

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COMICS

Dirt Farm: by Ben Claassen III

Lulu Eightball: by Emily Flake

Super Amazing Adventures: by Chris Minetree

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ARTS

Drawing Blood: Lulu Eightball's Creator Sits Down With Instructional Tomes On How to Bring Comics to Life | The Arts by Emily Flake

Web of Guise: Group Show Tackles The Possible Possibilities of The Virtual World | Art by Martin L. Johnson

Touched by An Angel?: This Drama Gamely Explores Catholic Church's Crisis of Faith in The 1960s | Stage by Geoffrey Himes

Storytelling: The Powerful Trumbo Strives to Illustrate What Free Speech Really Means | Stage by John Barry

Wham City Moves Into Zodiac: For years, Midtown's Station North Arts and Entertainment District has been the site of intense jockeying for influence by landlords and developers. | Stage by John Barry

What's a Little Death?: Four corpses greet you when you enter the almost barren stage setup for What's a Little Death?, the debut production from the new Baltimore theater company 3 Hands Clapping. | Stage by Bret McCabe

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MUSIC

Kid O: From Wondering "Who's Got The Crack" to Changing Diapers, Kimya Dawson Winds a Strange Path to Alphabutt | Music by Raymond Cummings

Ben Parris: From Rave to the Grave | Review by Michael Byrne

Gregory Rago : Sophie Blanchard Falls to Her Death | Review by Michael Byrne

Teeth Mountain: Teeth Mountain | Review by Bret McCabe

Sic Alps: U.S. EZ | Review by Mike McGonigal

Dandy Warhols: ...Earth to the Dandy Warhols | Review by Michaelangelo Matos

Michael Franti and Spearhead: All Rebel Rockers | Review by Michaelangelo Matos

The Music Tapes: Music Tapes for Clouds and Tornadoes | Review by Judy Berman

The Short List

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FILM

The Women | Review by Wendy Ward

Burn After Reading | Review by Cole Haddon

Sullivan's Travels | Review by Joe MacLeod

Babylon A.D. | Review by Joe MacLeod

College | Review by Serena Donadoni

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EAT

Cafe Azafran | Review by Anna Ditkoff

Yellow Dog Tavern | Review by Michael Byrne

Eat Me

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