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The feature is Michael Anft and Molly Rath assessing

, known as "a thinker in a doer's job."

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In the Mail, editor Andy Markowitz bemoans the lack of letters from readers, and, with hopes of getting some reaction, says that

City Paper

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In Mobtown Beat, Terrie Snyder reports that a Baltimore police major who shot a robbery suspect

in the ensuing investigation.

The Nose looks at Baltimore Police efforts to improve homicide-clearance rates by

.

Charmed Life's Tom Chalkley remembers

, the Creole founder of the Oblate Sisters of Providence.

The columns are: Germ Bag, with Suz Redfearn going off about

; Underwhelmed, with Sandy Asirvatham taking on

; Urban Rhythms, with Wiley Hall III getting angry at people who want

in their pursuit of law and order; Cyberpunk, with Joab Jackson explaining

; and 8 Upper, with Tom Scocca exploring the problem of the Baltimore Ravens'

In Books, Miranda Walker talks with

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, the self-publishing novelist whose

When All Hell Breaks Loose

launched a big-time career.

In Stage, Michael Anft's high expectations are dashed by

at Center Stage.

In Feedback , Joe MacLeod has a wonderful Thanksgiving night catching

at the Recher Theater. Here's a taste: "The great, sweaty Moby pushed a button and then carefully raised himself up on top of his gear, stretching out his arms while the accompanying blue and white strobes from alternating poles percussively illuminated his form, rendering an eerie piece of performance art as the beats approached their disturbing terminal velocity."

Also in Feedback, Geoffrey Himes enjoyed the

at the Evergreen Carriage House, pointing out that Dorough's cultural significance spans the Beats, jazz greats, and ABC-TV's

Schoolhouse Rock

.

In Music, Lee Gardner wonders: What's so important about the

?

No Cover features Eileen Murphy praising the

.

In Film, Ian Grey likes

but not

; Heather Joslyn likes

and

; Luisa F. Ribiero likes

and

; and Lee Gardner likes

.

In Belly Up, Susan Fradkin enjoys the food, but not the ambiance or service, at

.

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