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Wednesday, September 03, 2008

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NEWS

Homeless Affairs: On a hot, sunny Aug. | Concrete Jungle by Jay Sandler

Media Bias: Blogs Tell the Story Behind Sun Buyouts and Changes | Media Circus by Martin L. Johnson

Y.O.U.R.S. City: Youth Group Hopes to Use Hampden Storefront to Involve School Kids in Community Improvement | Mobtown Beat by Amanda Magnus

Murder Ink | The Mail

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COLUMNS

Pow, Pow, Pow: I'm not going to criticize John McCain because he was a prisoner of war. | Political Animal by Brian Morton

Always The Best: I'm a positive person, you know? I really don't like to complain much, so look, I'm just stating a fact here: My Column only runs Every Other Week in a Newspaper that comes out Every Week, and in two weeks, this here paper and the enormo-gigantical Web Site it has propagated will be jammed full, crammed full, of my favorite-est episode of the year, the Best of Baltimore, baby, all kinds of blurbs about what is the Best, like: Hamburger, Lecture Series, Band, Artist, Place to Eat a Taco, Shoes, Web Sites, Clothing, Fancy Restaurant, Actor, Actress, Flowers, Lingerie, Motorcycle Parts, Deli, Politician, Pit Beef, Meatball, Car Wash, Poetry, Radio Station, Beer, Pie, Vegetarian Restaurant, Dry Cleaner, Haircut, Teevee News Anchor, Yarn, Jewelry, and even Free Stuff, man, it's totally everything left in and nothing left out of all the great stuff you would ever wanna see, do, or eat in Baltimore, USA, except for my fucking Column, which is running this Every-Other-Week, and then skipping Next week, because it's an Other Week, and then when it's supposed to run again on the Every-Other, I get Repressed, Censored, and Stifled outta the Best Issue of Baltimore's Free Arts and Entertainment and News and Place to Get a Hot Dog Alternative Weekly. Some people get mad at Best Of, a lotta times because their particular Thing they think is The Best didn't get named as The Best, and it's too late for this year, but if you have something that didn't get Best Of'd, I think you should do this: Step 1. | Mr. Wrong by Joe MacLeod

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COMICS

Lulu Eightball: by Emily Flake

Super Amazing Adventures: by Chris Minetree

Dirt Farm: by Ben Claassen III

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ARTS

The Next 10: As High Zero Celebrates a Decade in Existence, The Red Room Looks Ahead | Feature by Bret McCabe

Present History: Tony Conrad's Multimedia Art Continues to Mine The Intersections Between Yesterday and Today | Feature by Marc Masters

Visions of Light: Philadelphia's Peter Rose Remaps Urban Topography in His Experimental Films | Feature by Martin L. Johnson

Class Interactions: Audience, Music, and Artist Constantly Influence Each Other in Jenny Graf Sheppard's Sound Universe | Feature by Raven Baker

Brain Man: Dan Conrad's Light Experiments Tease and Taunt Sensory Perception | Feature by Lee Gardner

High Zero 2008: Schedule of Events | Feature

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MUSIC

Another Fine Mess: Daedelus Revisits Rave's Everything-Goes Approach to Music Mixing | Music by Michael Byrne

Mania Music Group | Review by Al Shipley

The Short List

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FILM

Don't Look Back in Anger: Kelley Baker Channels His Rage Into His Movies, Then Takes Them On The Road | Film by Aaron Mesh

Baghead | Review by Steve Erickson

Frozen River | Review by Lee Gardner

Disaster Movie | Review by Serena Donadoni

The Lady Eve | Review by Martin L. Johnson

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EAT

Feast @ 4 East | Review by Mary K. Zajac

Don Panchito's Mexican And Salvadoran Grill | Review by Michelle Gienow

Mick O'Shea's | Review by Michael Byrne

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