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Wednesday, September 29, 2004

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Ben Cricchi

SPECIAL

Out of Sequence: The Third Annual City Paper Comics Contest--Plus . . . | Comics Feature

The Trouble With Girls: Playboy Cartoons Sell, Don’t Shock | Comics Feature by Tim Kreider

Comics Feature | Comics Feature

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NEWS

Upton Downs: Community Group Launches Master Plan for Struggling Neighborhood | Mobtown Beat by Jill Yesko

Home Team Advantage: The Nose has decided to rename the home of the Baltimore Orioles. | The Nose

White Noise: Back in the 1990s, the Nose sometimes visited Captain Larry’s Bar at 601 E. | The Nose

A Long Walk Off a Short Pier: The Nose is troubled by the events of a Sept. | The Nose

No Debate: A Sole Republican Challenges a 10-Year Incumbent in the City Council’s 10th District Race | Campaign Beat by Gadi Dechter

Signs of the Times: Frank Conaway has no qualms about comparing Mayor Martin O’Malley to an ancient Roman tyrant famous for cruelty. | Ballot Stuffing

Disaster in the Making: As FEMA Weathers a Storm of Bush Administration Policy and Budget Changes, Protection From Natural Hazards May be Trumped by “Homeland Security” | Web Exclusive by Jon Elliston

Murder Ink | The Mail

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COLUMNS

Stuff It: What’s the etiquette for getting an ex’s stuff out of your house? | Think Mink by Mink Stole

Debatable: George W. Bush has already won the debate. | Political Animal by Brian Morton

Irrational Exuberance: ...what separates Rove from other equally adept tacticians is that his ego is the size of one of Teresa Heinz Kerry’s estates... | Right Field by Russ Smith

Maize Oui: And really, c’mon, you think anybody really wants to vote for this John Kerry guy? No way. | Mr. Wrong by Joe MacLeod

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COMICS

Lulu Eightball: by Emily Flake

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ARTS

Queer and Present Danger: Company Thirteen Tries to Keep With the Times in a Surprisingly Dated Jeffrey | Stage by Anna Ditkoff

The Play About the Baby: The normally staid Fells Point Corner Theatre opens its 18th season with a saucy little play by Edward Albee, complete with sexual innuendo, full-frontal nudity, and suggestive finger sniffing. | Stage by Gadi Dechter

Pink Freud: Bubblegum Colors Belie the Taut Psychology in the New Works of Jo Smail | Art by J. Bowers

Trust by Alphonso Lingis | Review by Lily Thayer

Fortress America: On The Front Lines of Homeland Security—an Inside Look at the Coming Surveillance State by Matthew Brzezinski | Review by Angela Roberts

Founding Myths: Stories That Hide Our Patriotic Past by Ray Raphael | Review by Nicole Leistikow

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MUSIC

The Sunshine Crate: Diplo Digs Through Everything From Gator Gully to Orange Bowl Bounce for His Florida Debut | Music by Tony Ware

Ad Liberators: The Volunteers Collectives’ Crap Shoot Recruits New Talent For Baltimore’s Experimental Music Revolution | Music by Bret McCabe

Mono: Walking Cloud and Deep Red Sky, Flag Fluttered and the Sun Shined | Review by Tony Ware

Richard Cheese: I’d Like A Virgin | Review by Craig Smith

Chris Joss: You’ve Been Spiked | Review by Bret McCabe

Gibby Haynes and His Problem: Gibby Haynes and His Problem | Review by Catherine Lewis

The Short List

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FILM

Ladder 49 | Review by Violet LeVoit

Going Upriver: The Long War of John Kerry | Review by Lee Gardner

First Daughter | Review by Wendy Ward

The Forgotten | Review by Joe MacLeod

The Godfather Part II | Review by Lee Gardner

Intimate Strangers | Review by Bret McCabe

Johnny Come Lately | Review by Bret McCabe

National Lampoon's Gold Diggers | Review by Joe MacLeod

She Hate Me | Review by Gabriel Wardell

Woman Thou Art Loosed | Review by Violet LeVoit

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EAT

Mari Luna Mexican Grill | Review by Richard Gorelick

Bobbi Jo's Rooftop Café | Review by Michelle Gienow

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