Ericka Blount Danois' feature profiles Believe campaigner. In Mobtown Beat, Van Smith reports on a Baltimore court visit by; Brennen Jensen chronicles efforts to bring a supermarket to; and Anna Ditkoff remembers labor organizer. The Nose gives the skinny on two lawsuits: one brought byand the other brought byover the 14-month gap between the city's primary and general elections. Charles Cohen's Charmed Life visits with, storied proprietor a very small hardware store in Pigtown.has letters from Beth Haller, Terry Brown, Richard Worth, Steve Warble, and Zack Barbour. The columns are: Brian Morton's Political Animal, on; Eddie Matz' Shirts and Skins, on; Joe MacLoed's Mr. Wrong, 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'swon't make reality TV. In Imprints: Patrick Sullivan gives faint praise to Andrew Huebner's war novel,We Pierce; Christopher Skokna exhorts Marjane Satrapi to do better than herPersepolis; and Blake de Pastino understands Susan Sontag'sRegarding the Pain of Others. Books is Michael Yockel, talking with Michael Kun about his epistolary novel,The Locklear Letters. In Art, Mike Guiliano finds himself liking the mummy-photograpy of, on display at Gomez Gallery; and Blake de Pastino gets whatis trying to do with her solo photography show, Sacred Shadows, at C. Grimaldis Gallery.gives a host of tips to theBaltimore Sun's faux alt-weekly,Live!In Stage, Anna Ditkoff likes Chesapeake Shakespeare Company's production of William Shakespeare'sRomeo and Julietand Josephine Yun is impressed by the Spotlighters Theatre's production of Moises Kaufman and Tectonic Theater Project'sThe Laramie Project. In Music, Bret McCabe gets past the cult-like appearance ofto delve into why its happy, symphonic pop is so damn catchy; and Felicia Pride compares and contrasts. Feedback is Bret McCabe, getting blue withat First Unitarian Church, and Melissa Flanzraich, dripping with hormones atat Ottobar. In Film: Eric Allen Hatch says Humphrey Bogart may have given his career-best performance inIn a Lonely Place; Joe MacLeod endorsesComedian; and Ian Grey has patience forL'Auberge Espagnole, but findsWrong Turnto be &quot;less than nothing.&quot; Richard Gorelick's Omnivore needs to learn more before returning to.