In the

, Rob Goldberg, a

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graphic designer at the time, writes about sharing his name with Rob Goldberg, professional wrestler: "This big guy with muscles and no hair has inadvertently had an impact on my life – and yet he has no idea. Maybe I should tell him."

Frank Diller

Joyce Carol Oates two latest books.

Lee Gardner reports back from the High Zero Festival at the

and from

, where Freakwater and Sally Timms (of Mekons fame) performed.

Andy Markowitz still loves Mel Brooks'

.

Vincent Williams absolutely loves

.

The Nose gets zealous about the Baltimore Police Department hiring a

, the

Baltimore Sun

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's coverage of the

, and the possible

land to Friends School.

reports that GOP City Council President candidate Antonio Campbell is buddy-buddy with socialist gadfly and perennial candidate A. Robert Kaufman.

Michael Anft covers the

in the First and Sixth Councilmanic districts, supermarket owner Robert Santoni and banker Joseph Brown, respectively.

8 Upper's Tom Scocca dwells on the

.

In Mobtown Beat, Brennen Jensen covers the

over the demolition of rowhouses to make way for another CVS pharmacy and Tom Chalkley remembers social activist

.

In The Mail,

to Tom Scocca's coverage of Adam Meister.

In

, Suz Redfearn shames the youngsters in her family – and herself.

Charles Cohen covers

in Charmed Life.

In Cyberpunk, Joab Jackson tackles "

," in which on-line services provide students with pre-written academic papers and instructors with automatic grading programs.

Isaac Ramos reviews

in Zine Pool.

Anna Ditkoff likes Full Circle Theater's production of

.

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