Baltimore City Paper

X-Content: 10 years ago in City Paper: May 14, 2003

Tom Chalkley's feature profiles

. In Mobtown Beat, David Morley airs concerns about


; Van Smith covers the

; and Alejandro Danois remembers


. The Nose sorts through Baltimore's ongoing

. Michael Yockel's Charmed Life gives props to

The Sun

's crime-blotter scribe,

. Uli Loskot's

gets answers from Aaron White, Yolanda Clifton, and Virginia Hendriksen.

has letters from Denise Preis, Marc-Oliver Wright, Allen Smith, Christopher Murphy, Regina Boyce, Michelle Strunge, and Natalie Salabes. The columns are: Brian Morton's Political Animal, on

; Eddie Matz' Shirts and Skins, on


; Afefe Tyehimba's Third Eye, on

; and Mink Stole's Think Mink, on

. Scocca & MacLeod's proto-blog,

, reads the comics so you don't have to. Emily Flake's

discovers bodily wonders. Art is Brennen Jensen, profiling Baltimore-based movie-scenester

, whose career is being spotlighted by


Trash to Treasure

, an exhibit at the Patterson Center for the Arts. In Stage, Anna Ditkoff puts the spotlight on the

; David Morley describes the latter-day politics of Mobtown Players' adaptation of William Shakespeare's

Julius Caesar

; and John Barry bemoans the fact that hardly anyone went to see Paragon Theatre Company's production of Ira Levin's



. Music is Tony Ware, casting

as extreme music's most relentless fan. Bret McCabe's No Cover charts the hip-hop forays of

. In Film: Ian Grey is disappointed with

The Matrix: Reloaded

; Eric Allen Hatch likes

The Dancer Upstairs


; and Richard Gorelick is left wanting by

Down With Love

. Richard Gorelick's Omnivore lauds the veggie options at

. In Cheap Eats, Anna Ditkoff hopes

will attract more international cuisine to Highlandtown.