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  • "The Wizard of Oz" makes me think of the time I ran away to join the circus

    "The Wizard of Oz" makes me think of the time I ran away to join the circus
    When I was a teenager, I dropped out of school and ran away to join a circus. It took me months to save and get to San Francisco, and a month to get back, and I didn’t actually stay in the circus very long, because by the time I got there it was fall and the last hangers-on were too sad and stuck to be intriguing or poetic, and that was the whole reason I wanted to go in the first place. But I saw mountains for the first time, and I fell in love for the first time, and I slept in my car in a truck stop, and I met so many strange people along the way. Some of them stole from me. Some of them gave me things. Now, whenever  I watch “The Wizard of Oz,” I think about myself at Dorothy’s age: headstrong, adventurous, and too young to be told what she could and couldn’t do and looking for something more. 
  • Film Calendar

    Film Calendar
    OCTOBER “The Central Park Five” (Ken Burns, Sarah Burns, and David McMahon), Oct. 20, Towson University(Van Bokkelen Auditorium), 8000 York Rd., (410) 704-2000, events.towson.edu “The Godfather Part II” (Francis Ford Coppola),...

    Good Riddance

    Good Riddance
    Gone Girl Directed by David Fincher Showing at the Senator Theatre and other theaters Oct. 3 On the surface, David Fincher’s adaptation of Gillian Flynn’s bestselling novel tells the story of the dissolution of the marriage of Nick...

    Hold Onto Your Precious Bodily Fluids

    Hold Onto Your Precious Bodily Fluids
    Stanley Kubrick didn’t just make movies, he pursued visions. He never cared much for accommodating Hollywood stars; he wanted to involve them in galaxies heavy enough to absorb everything—including you, dear viewer. For the most part, he...

    Arts & Entertainment

    Arts & Entertainment
    BEST BAND Roomrunner Grunge. Nirvana. OK, now that we’ve gotten the two entries from the “Idiot’s Guide to Writing About Roomrunner” out of the way, let’s actually talk about this band. Roomrunner is really, incredibly...