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Wednesday, September 22, 1999

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Michelle Gienow


Dis-Lodged: If it's true that the medium is the message, then the message just got changed a bit. | The Nose

London Mauling: The Brits haven't had this much fun with politics since the Monster Raving Loony Party began... | The Nose

Foot Soldier: It's a late-summer Thursday night in Baltimore. Outside, a leaden cloud bank creeps over the city,... | Charmed Life by Brennen Jensen

Talking Heads: As the primary-election results rolled in on Sept. 14, the local television stations trotted out their gangs of pundits. They set up living-room-style... | Media Circus by Eileen Murphy

Hi-Tech Anxiety: It was a week of broadcasting snafus, weather-related and otherwise. On Sept. 15, the staffs of WBAL and WJZ evacuated their Television Hill studios a... | Media Circus by Eileen Murphy

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Marina Whores: What would happen if three women arrived at a marina at 10 a.m. | Germ Bag by Suz Redfearn

Boys Will Be Boys: Gotta love the excuses some people come up with:"Your Honor, this gentleman made an Unwanted... | Underwhelmed by Sandy Asirvatham

Busted Boom: The economic boom the media keeps touting ought to be reported with an asterisk attached, as far as... | Urban Rhythms by Wiley Hall III

Fear of a Red Hat: Here's the problem with initial public offerings: The piles of money always goes to your head. Last month Red Hat Inc. (Great, Scott: With about 111/2 minutes left in the third quarter of Sunday's loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers Scott Mitchell became the first official failure of the... | 8 Upper by Tom Scocca



The Little Girls Understand: Are you ready to rock or what?"The girls in the crowd scream when skinny-boy singer Michael Fredo asks them the question. | Feedback by Lee Gardner

Bashed: The Ottobar celebrated its third year of existence by forgoing cake for a four-band sandwich with drunken pop punk as the bread and subtle indie up-and-comers as the mystery meat. | Feedback by Eric Allen Hatch

Home Opener: At first glance the Baltimore Symphony season opener looked like a dud. | Feedback by Daniel Schlosberg

Lungfish: The Unanimous Hour | Review by Lee Gardner

Spitshine: Kick Me Hard | Review by Lee Gardner

Jakkpot: Always Bet on Black | Review by Anna Ditkoff



Head of the Class: Freaks Is Fab, but Who Will Watch? | Television by Adele Marley

American Beauty | Review by Jack Purdy

Return With Honor | Review by Heather Joslyn

The Swimmer | Review by Jack Purdy

Tapeheads | Review by Joe MacLeod



Tia's Tex-Mex | Review by Susan Fradkin

Red Room | Review by Lee Gardner


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