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X-Content: 10 years ago in City Paper: June 4, 2003

X-Content: 10 years ago in City Paper: June 4, 2003

Ericka Blount Danois' feature profiles Believe campaigner

. In Mobtown Beat, Van Smith reports on a Baltimore court visit by

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; Brennen Jensen chronicles efforts to bring a supermarket to

; and Anna Ditkoff remembers labor organizer

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. The Nose gives the skinny on two lawsuits: one brought by

and the other brought by

over 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.

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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's

won't make reality TV. In Imprints: Patrick Sullivan gives faint praise to Andrew Huebner's war novel,

; Christopher Skokna exhorts Marjane Satrapi to do better than her

; and Blake de Pastino understands Susan Sontag's

. Books is Michael Yockel, talking with Michael Kun about his epistolary novel,

. In Art, Mike Guiliano finds himself liking the mummy-photograpy of

, on display at Gomez Gallery; and Blake de Pastino gets what

is trying to do with her solo photography show, Sacred Shadows, at C. Grimaldis Gallery.

gives a host of tips to the

Baltimore Sun

's faux alt-weekly,

Live!

In Stage, Anna Ditkoff likes Chesapeake Shakespeare Company's production of William Shakespeare's

and Josephine Yun is impressed by the Spotlighters Theatre's production of Moises Kaufman and Tectonic Theater Project's

. In Music, Bret McCabe gets past the cult-like appearance of

to delve into why its happy, symphonic pop is so damn catchy; and Felicia Pride compares and contrasts

. Feedback is Bret McCabe, getting blue with

at First Unitarian Church, and Melissa Flanzraich, dripping with hormones at

at Ottobar. In Film: Eric Allen Hatch says Humphrey Bogart may have given his career-best performance in

; Joe MacLeod endorses

; and Ian Grey has patience for

, but finds

to be "less than nothing." Richard Gorelick's Omnivore needs to learn more before returning to

.

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