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Wednesday, September 26, 2007

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Frank Klein

SPECIAL

Big Books 2007: In Modest Praise Of The Roads Not Taken | Big Books Intro

The Frightener: William Sloane's Two Novels Cut Right Through Genre And Burrow Into a Dark, Uncanny Unknown | Big Books Feature by Tim Kreider

The Old Familiar Sting: Sex, Death, Pain, And Laughs--Anwar Accawi's Memoir Knows They're All Interrelated | Big Books Feature by Heather Harris

Where the Truth Lies: Bruce Brooks' The Moves Make The Man Dares To Take Young Adult Fiction Into The Vagaries Of Young Adult Life | Big Books Feature by Violet LeVoit

Sexing Up Colonialism: Tayeb Salih's Novel Plows A Different Organ Into Darkness' Heart | Big Books Intro by Zak M. Salih

Waiting to Prevail: Her Last Name Begins With An M, But Please Don't Call Her McMillan | Big Books Feature by Felicia Pride

Younge American: The Best Black Intellectual Criticism These Days Comes From A Young Brit Of Barbadian Descent | Big Books Feature by R. Darryl Foxworth

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NEWS

For the Birds: Bird-Watchers Gather For Annual Counting Of Chimney Swifts | Mobtown Beat by Chris Landers

Murder Ink | Councilmania | The Mail

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COLUMNS

Not Their President: Color me the last person on the planet to be surprised that the top four Republican presidential contenders bailed on this week's GOP candidate debate at Morgan State University. | Political Animal by Brian Morton

Abomination to Utu: You know what else pisses me off? BEERVEZA, man, that pisses me off big time. | Mr. Wrong by Joe MacLeod

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COMICS

Dirt Farm: by Ben Claassen III

Super Amazing Adventures: by Chris Minetree

Lulu Eightball: by Emily Flake

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ARTS

Organized Crimes: William Patrick Tandy Gathers Stories About Baltimore's Many, Many Run-Ins With Theft, Holdups, Break-Ins, And Hoodlums | Books by Josh Marx

Just Killing It: The Old Saw About Spinsters Sending Men To The Big Sleep Still Packs A Kooky, Screwball Punch | Stage by John Barry

Looking at Noise: High Zero Sound Installations Receive A Healthy Dose Of The Visual | Art by Bret McCabe

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MUSIC

Corner Stones: Reaching Nirvana With The Electric Miles Davis Of The Complete On The Corner Sessions | Music by Michaelangelo Matos

Reopening the Symphony's Doors: A New Breed Of Classical Composers Welcome Back The Pleasure Principle | Music by Geoffrey Himes

The Same Old Totally New Thing: High Zero Makes A Virtue Of Unpredictability For A Ninth Year | Music by Bret McCabe

ocdj: Hooray | Review by Michael Byrne

Squaaks: Rock Control | Review by Michael Byrne

Orion Rigel Dommisse: What I Want From You Is Sweet | Review by Michael Byrne

The Short List

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FILM

The Kingdom | Review by Ian Grey

Feast of Love | Review by Cole Haddon

Good Luck Chuck | Review by Wendy Ward

Resident Evil: Extinction | Review by Ian Grey

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EAT

El Rinconcito Peruano | Review by Christopher Skokna

Eat Me

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