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  • Baltimore City Paper

March 8, 2000


The feature hole is filled by three pieces about Detroit automakers and climate change—two by

and one by

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—and a fourth, on

, by Andrew Reiner.

In Mobtown Beat, Terrie Snyder reports on

. The Nose gets the scoop on

and an

at the Recreation Pier in Fells Point.

Brennen Jensen, in Charmed Life, visits the

.

The columns are: Suz Redfearn's Germ Bag on a diet of

; Sandy Asirvatham's Underwhelmed on the

; Wiley Hall III's Urban Rhythms on how

; Joab Jackson's Cyberpunk on

; and Tom Scocca's 8 Upper on the

.

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In Imprints: Michael Anft thinks C. Fraser Smith is too nice in

; Eileen Murphy is blissfully forgetful about Alice Adams'

; "pompous" and "confusing" is how Sandy Asirvatham describes Catherine S. Manegold's

; and Heather Joslyn is lukewarm about the participatory journalism that is Jon Katz's

.

Mike Giuliano, in Art, reviews

.

Bones is Glen Peterson's poem,

Jon Marans'

at Theatre Hopkins is "great," writes Brennen Jensen in Stage, while AXIS Theatre's production of Claire Chafee's

is pretty good, too; and Bill Irwin and Mark O'Donnell's adaptation of Moliere's

makes Michael Anft laugh.

In Television, Adele Marley can't help but like the trashy TV movie that is ABC's

, while

, whose runs look to be nearly over.

In Film, Luisa F. Ribeiro savages Madonna in

, finds

to be a tad too sentimental, and is bored by

; but Jack Purdy is wowed by

.

Susan Fradkin, in Belly Up, sees nothing wrong with the red meat at

.

(Editor's note: Please remember that this restaurant review is exactly a decade old, so take any information within with a shaker of salt.)

Correction: The subject of this issue's Charmed Life column was initially misidentified as Anthony Guy Kaplan.

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