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  • Ten Years Ago in City Paper: March 14, 2001

    Faith Popcorn's attempt to brand Baltimore is, like all civic advertising, "inherently, irredeemably corny," Tom Scocca's feature concludes. Mobtown Beat is Andrew Reiner on a teen-depression video and Brennen Jensen updating the relocation of west side merchants to make way for redevelopment. The Nose catches whiffs of striking hospital workers, the resurrection of Atomic Books, and predatory lending. Brennen Jensen's Charmed Life remembers an attempt in Baltimore to assassinate Winston Churchill. The columns are: Suz Redfearn's Germ Bag, on a Big Easy proposal; Joe MacLeod's Mr. Wrong, on surplus; Mink Stole's Think Mink, on dreadlocks and OCD; Wiley Hall III's Urban Rhythms, on a 14-year-old murderer; Joab Jackson's Cyberpunk, on culture-jamming; and Tom Scocca's 8 Upper, on how to lose the NCAA playoff pool. In Books, Michael Corbin slaves over two books about work in the United States (Jill Andresky Fraser's White-Collar Sweatshop and Lawrence Mishel, Jared Bernstein, and John Schmitt's The State of Working America) and Lily Thayer survives Jill Paton Walsh's novel A Desert in Bohemia. Art is: Lee Gardner on H. Lewis Gallery's exhibit of Dianne Jones' photographs and Mike Giuliano on Maryland Art Place's new gallery and Raoul Middleman's paintings at C. Grimaldi's Gallery. Bones is Sasha West's poem "The Hairdresser." Anna Ditkoff's Zine Pool rips a new one. Stage is Jack Purdy, yawning by the end of AXIS Theatre's production of Kimberley Lynne's The Last Battle of the American Revolution, and Mike Giuliano, liking the love in Fells Point Corner Theatre's production of Patrick Marber's Closer. In Film: Lee Gardner thinks In the Mood for Love is better than your average "meet-and-mate"; Adele Marley wants to hit the road with Harry and Tonto but would rather avoid Blow Dry; and Andy Markowitz happily enters Gates of Heaven. In Belly Up, Susan Fradkin gets maudlin over Lager's Pub. (Editor's note: Please remember that this restaurant review is exactly a decade old, so take any information within with a shaker of salt.)
  • X-Content: 10 years ago in City Paper: March 26, 2003

    Bret McCabe's feature hits the road with Baltimore's Oxes. In Mobtown Beat, Van Smith has fun with a Hampdenite at war with City Hall and reports on the ongoing controversy over the Howard Street Tunnel fire's lasting significance. The Nose covers the...

    What's good today?: Pizza Mavens, Sour Madness, Alesana

    [caption id="attachment_21063" align="alignright" width="300"] Enjoy Iggies pizza and support a great cause. Credit: Noah Scialom.[/caption] If you pay any attention to City Paper, you know we've been pushing pizza pretty hard this past week. Lots o'...


    2014 NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championships. The best in Divisions I, II, and III descend on the field of M&T Bank Stadium to play for the lacrosse title. You can bet there will be plenty of Maryland schools represented. May 24-26, 1 p.m., M&T Bank...

    Many do not consider the Inner Harbor a neighborhood, or even part of Baltimore

    Terrific young Baltimoreans have implemented the Inner Harbor Project, and director Celia Neustadt demonstrates superb organizing skills ("Common Ground at the Inner Harbor," Mobtown Beat, June 5). What a party it must have been at West Shore Park that...