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Arrested Development (tv program)

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  • E.M.P. Collective celebrates Arrested Development with BluthCon 2013

    Break out your cutoff jean shorts and prepare yourself for unlimited juice, BluthCon 2013 is coming May 25! We almost blue ourselves when we got word that E.M.P. Collective would be hosting a celebration of what may be the greatest show ever to be cancelled (and luckily revived), Arrested Development. Nolan Cartwright has created a banana stand for the occasion (10 cents gets you nuts!) and there will be a marathon of the show playing in the "back room." We're not sure if your degree in 18th-century agrarian business or the rest of your scholarly pursuits will help you win the trivia contest, but the chicken dance-off, costume contest, and some Hot Cops are sure to make this an event not to miss. After all, "this ain't no tight-ass country club, ya freak bitch!" So come as your favorite character and prepare yourself for the May 26th unleashing of the Netflix revival, featuring 15-episodes of undoubtedly self-referential humor and incest jokes. We hear it's been designed to be watched repeatedly, which is good news considering a feature film might be more than a year away.
  • Baltimore, you gun-crazed, crabby, syphilitic, drug-sucking date raper...

    So today we get the news that Baltimore has dropped from 6th to 12th most dangerous city in America. A Kansas-based city and state factoid research company called the Morgan Quitno press published their annual list of dangerous cities, and has Baltimore...

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    Steven Galloway's new novel grapples with a mind unraveling

    The Confabulist Steven Galloway There is, perhaps, nothing more terrifying than the possibility of being led astray by one's own mind. If we can't trust our own perceptions, memories, or reasoning, then there is no escape-no way to move out of the...

    Our guide to the 2011 Maryland Film Festival

    Maryland Film Festival May 5-8, Charles Theatre For full schedule visit md-filmfest.com. Last year film critic Jonathan Rosenbaum released a collection of his reviews and essays with the title Goodbye Cinema, Hello Cinephilia. In the title essay, he...