In the cover feature,get watched, along with neighborhood residents, by the's ever-growing number of surveillance cameras. Andrew Byrne is monitoring the cameras at. More anarchic action against the cameras can be found at the., atThe Christian Science Monitor, has a good article about similar cameras in Chicago. And city streets aren't the only place in the Baltimore area these cameras are sprouting, though most others don't come with flashing blue lights. TheTowson Times'has an update on the effort to put surveillance cameras in Baltimore County shopping center parking lots; turns out, they cost a lot.In Mobtown Beat,finds plenty of Baltimoreans--more so than usual--who say they've been locked up overnight or longer for no good reason. Over atThe Sun, columnisthas been covering this, too. For example,, from about a month ago. And, of course, there's a politician hoping to investigate, in this case state Del.. She's even got a.Anddoes some reading at, soon to open atin Woodlawn.In A&E,makes friends with the folks behind new local publishing imprint.Q&As Baltimore native Jon Theodore (formerly of), now playing drums for the. Andputs the lens cap on themembers' show at.