The 2002 Film Fest Frenzy issue, hyping the Maryland Film Festival, has an, a guide to, and reviews ofand. In Mobtown Beat, Brennen Jensen reports on. The Nose gets the skinny on aand. Michael Anft'sexamines media censorship and "reporter-steering." In Charmed Life, Tom Chalkley profiles, WBAL's in-house historian.has letters from John Williams, Autumn Hickman, Ella McCrystle, Lloyd J. Spivak, Stephen Schwartz, and Jim Cumbie. The columns are: Suz Redfearn's Germ Bag, on; Joe MacLeod's Mr. Wrong, on; and Wiley Hall III's Urban Rhythms, on. Scocca & MacLeod's proto-blog,, reads the comics so you don't have to. In Art, Mike Giuliano checks out, on display at UMBC's Albin O. Kuhn Library Gallery. Stage is: M. Jane Taylor, catching Gregory Hall'sat Spotlighters Theatre; Jack Purdy, finding that Center Stage's production of Noel Coward'sis off-pace; John Barry, enjoying the mind game that is AXIS Theatre's production of David Lindsay-Abaire's; Mike Giuliano, disappointed by Vagabond Theatre's production of Neil Simon's; and Brennen Jensen, saying Theatre Hopkins does a fine job with its production of George Bernard Shaw's.get Tony Green's salute for pushing boundaries in Music, while Bret McCabe wordsmiths an appreciation of. Benn Ray's Television gets hooked on. In Film: Joe MacLeod raises eyebrows overand wants to be at the drive-in to see; Adele Marley likes the hair in; Lee Gardner roots for; Eric Allen Hatch would skipand, but has plenty of time for; Heather Joslyn admires; and Andy Markowitz has a soft spot for. Michelle Gienow's Dish has meat dreams over. In Cheap Eats, Michelle Gienow eats a whole lot of breakfast for $4.98 at.