The feature is Eileen Murphy's celebration of renowned Baltimore artist

, to mark Scott's solo exhibit at the Baltimore Museum of Art.

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's decision to run Savage Love is debated in

.

In Mobtown Beat, Michael Anft reports on

and Molly Rath explains state legislation that would

.

The Nose is saddened by the retirement of Cafe Tattoo's owners, but hopeful about an

to pick the Norebo haunt's next owners.

Media Circus' Eileen Murphy examines

.

Charles Cohen's Charmed Life peeks at

.

The columns are: Joe MacLeod's Mr. Wrong on

; Wiley Hall III's Urban Rhythms on

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; Joab Jackson's Cyberpunk on

; and Tom Scocca's 8 Upper on the

.

In Books, Van Smith thinks the new releases by

show how the authors haven't changed.

In Art, Mike Guiliano likes Frank Trefny's still-life paintings at Steven Scott Gallery, but is unimpressed with Curt Iglhaut's mixed-media works hanging at Baltimore's American Institute of Architects office (review

), while, at C. Grimaldis Gallery, he's taken with (current

CP

contributor) Christopher Myers' photography, but not so enthused by Sukey Bryan's paintings (review

).

Stage consists of Eileen Murphy liking Center Stage's production of

, Brennen Jensen finding AXIS Theatre's

wanting; and Mike Giuliano hating on Premier Theatre Co.'s

.

In Feedback, Brennen Jensen enjoys a grown-up

at Rams Head Tavern, Geoffrey Himes announces Baltimore's good fortune at having

play jazz regularly at the New Haven Lounge, and Rjyan Kidwell extols the

of regional bands—Herd of Wookies, Anomic, Last Seconds Of, and Q And Not U—at the Ottobar.

The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra's new music director,

, is profiled by Daniel Schlosberg in No Cover.

In Film: Luisa F. Ribeiro is enthralled by

and likes

, but

isn't quite good enough; Ian Grey is bored by

but loves

; Andy Markowitz is a fan of

; Lee Gardner is charmed by

; Heather Joslyn enjoys

; and Sono Motoyama finds

to be fun.

Susan Fradkin gives

the thumbs up Belly Up.

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

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