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Wednesday, September 20, 2000

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Michelle Gienow


In Praise of the Short Story: If we had any sense...Americans would love short stories. | Imprints Introduction

Word Processing: Clicking on the Web's Short-Fiction Offerings | Imprints Literary Supplement by Lily Thayer

Whistling Dixie: Short Stories Built Southern Fiction, but All That's Left Now Is Redneck Lit | Imprints Literary Supplement by John Sewell

Pulp Fiction: Why Short Stories Thrive Among Crime, Horror, and Sci-Fi Fans | Imprints Literary Supplement by Mahinder Kingra

Small Things in Big Packages: Three of the Best Recent Genre Collections | Imprints Literary Supplement

A Short History of a Large Place: Baltimore's Mini-Lit Milestones | Imprints Literary Supplement by Michael Anft

The Short List: Our Choices for the Best Short Stories . . . Ever | Imprints Literary Supplement by Eileen Murphy



Screen Gems: Federal Hill is a nice neighborhood--nice, but not perfect, entrepreneur Robert Goetz says. | The Nose

Have Jobs, Will Travel: The Nose is no stranger to confusion. We admit to being befuddled at the sight of city billboards... | The Nose

Glass Menagerie: If the rowhouse is not uniquely Baltimorean, we have certainly come up with own ways to outfit our... | Charmed Life by Charles Cohen

Star Wars: Twelve years ago, I had major surgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital. So when Hopkins 24/7 began airing on ABC last month, I felt something more tha... | Media Circus by Tom Chalkley

The Mail | Mobtown Beat | Mobtown Beat



To the Teeth: I may not be a movie star, but I sure as hell have the choppers of one. | Germ Bag by Suz Redfearn

Hot Time: Champions of willful ignorance persist in saying global warming is a myth. | Underwhelmed by Sandy Asirvatham

Less Than Zero: Well, the one thing I have to say about l'affair Bobby Knight is . . . "zero tolerance," my ass. | Urban Rhythms by Wiley Hall III

Cerealization: It's no accident that when post-cyberpunk sci-fi author Neal Stephenson read at the Timonium Bibelot last year from his now classic tome Crypton... | Cyberpunk by Joab Jackson

Blame It on the Rain: It may be unfair to say the real Baltimore Ravens showed up Sept. 17 in Miami, but football is not a fair game. It's a game of brute force backed up b... | 8 Upper by Tom Scocca



Art | Stage | Stage



Moon Shot: Major-Label Status Becomes Modest Mouse | Music by Daniel Piotrowski



Roll Credits: Underground Filmmaker Martha Colburn Takes Off | Film by Adele Marley

Almost Famous | Review by Lee Gardner

True Believer | Review by Ian Grey

Duets | Review by Ian Grey

Alice and Martin | Review by Luisa F. Ribeiro

Woman on Top | Review by Jack Purdy



Alonso's | Review by Susan Fradkin

Hammerjack's | Review by Lee Gardner


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