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The feature hole offers a two-fer: Ian Grey's

("Horror films are all about locating our psychic pressure points.") and

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by Natalie Davis ("You could call it a miracle that this summit ever took place.").

St. Frances Academy basketball star

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makes news in Michael Anft's Mobtown Beat article.

The whiff of uncertainty hangs over

, the Nose reports.

's Tom Chalkley gives props to architect George Aloysius Frederick, whose designs were built all over B'more.

In Media Circus, Eileen Murphy gives perspective on a conflict over

and explores

.

's Suz Redfern is "torqued up something fierce" over being a murder-trial juror.

Joe MacLeod, in

, says all religions are right.

In

, Wiley Hall III gives his take on the impending tenure of Martin O'Malley as Baltimore mayor.

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The Orioles' hiring of manager Mike Hargrove is examined by Tom Scocca in

.

Adele Marley talks up

in Books.

In Art, Mike Giuliano writes about

at Gomez Gallery and Eileen Murphy reviews the Maryland Historical Society's exhibit about

.

Brennen Jensen takes

, reviewing the latest at AXIS (

The Food Chain

) and The Spotlighters (

Murder on Center Stage

).

Daniel Piotrowski discusses

in Music, while Lee Gardner reviews the latest from

,

, and

.

In Television, Adele Marley talks to the creator of

, a BBC documentary series.

In Film, Ian Grey finds

to be smart, Andy Markowitz gets a bad aftertaste from

, Luisa F. Ribiero likes

, Heather Joslyn is a fan of Buster Keaton's

, and Lee Gardner thinks rental

is, well, fresh.

In Belly Up, Susan Fradkin eats near the waterfront at

and

.

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