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Ten Years Ago in City Paper: Feb. 27, 2002

City Paper

's 2002 Eat dining-guide issue features two meaty packages by food critic Michelle Gienow. In her

package in the paper, Gienow proclaims her affinity for off-the-beaten-track eateries, reviewing

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,

,

,

, and

. In Eat, Gienow's

package describes the cuisines of

, the

, the

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, the

, the

, the

, the

, the

, the

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, and the

at local restaurants.

has letters from Nigel Assam, Kevin Kamps, Bradley Paul, and C. Scales. Afefe Tyehimba's Mobtown Beat reports how

in Maryland's tight budget. The Nose sees Baltimore

, legislators looking to

, and the American Urological Association, along with its

, leaving Baltimore for Anne Arundel County. Michael Anft's

covers WBAL radio's

Mic Time With Mayor O'Malley

and possible labor-union fall-out over

The Sun

's partnership with WMAR-TV. Brennen Jensen's Charmed Life recounts the heroic death in WWI of erstwhile

Baltimore News

real-estate editor

. The columns are: Suz Redfearn's Germ Bag, on

; Joe MacLeod's Mr. Wrong, on

; Mink Stole's Think Mink, on

; Wiley Hall III's Urban Rhythms, on

; and Tom Scocca's 8 Upper, on

. Scocca & MacLeod's proto-blog,

, reads the comics so you don't have to. In Art, Mike Giuliano looks at the photographs of

at University of Maryland, Baltimore County's Albin O. Kuhn Gallery, and checks out the paintings of

at Gomez Gallery. Anna Ditkoff's Stage piece says the Paragon Theatre Company's production of Neil Simon's

is itself lost. The cancellation by WEAA of

, a house-mix radio show by Oji Morris and Brian Pope, is bemoaned in Bret McCabe's No Cover. In Film: Ian Grey praises the everyone-loses Vietnam War film,

, and sees poetry in

; Lee Gardner gets the big picture in

, enjoys a whole lot of singing and dancing in

, and bets on

; Andy Markowitz feels for

; Joe MacLeod tries not to sleep through

; and Adele Marley wishes

had been better. Michelle Gienow's Dish takes

down a few pegs, while Tom Scocca's Cheap Eats breaths in the "wholesome stink" at

.

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