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Ten Years Ago in City Paper: May 31, 2000

Ten Years Ago in City Paper: May 31, 2000

The feature hole is filled by Molly Rath's two-pack on neighborhood redevelopment—one on

and another on

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—and Mark Gauvreau Judge's piece on

. The Nose reports that

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; that

are just the latest indication of his financial failings; and that former Baltimore City Department of Public Works director George Balog's loss in federal court

. Mobtown Beat is Eileen Murphy on

and the late Ralph Brave on a proposal to

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. In Media Circus, Tom Chalkley challenges WBAL-AM's

and

. Charles Cohen visits the

in Charmed Life. In The Mail, David Simon

Wiley Hall III's May 10, 2000, anti-

The Corner

column. The columns are: Suz Redfearn's Germ Bag on

; Joe MacLeod's Mr. Wrong on

; Wiley Hall III's Urban Rhythms on

; Joab Jackson's Cyberpunk on

; and Tom Scocca's 8 Upper on

. Books is Frank Diller on two novels—

—that chart professors' falls

. In Art, Mike Giuliano reviews the

. Bones is the poem

by R. Bruce McPherson. In Zine Pool, Anna Ditkoff looks at

,

East Village Inky

and

. Stage is Mike Giuliano on AXIS Theatre's production of Richard Greenberg's

Three Days of Rain

and the Spotlighters Theatre's production of Joe Calarco's off-broadway adaptation of

Romeo and Juliet

,

Shakespeare's R & J

(link for both

); Brennen Jensen on Arena Players' production of Lorraine Hansberry's

; and Anna Ditkoff on CenterStage's production of Lisa Kron's

. In Music, Lee Gardner samples

and Adam Baer's No Cover marvels at

's toy-piano skills showcased at the Peabody Institute's Griswold Hall. Adele Marley, in Television, takes ABC's animated

to task. In Film, Jack Purdy calls

"trippy as all get out"; Ian Grey finds

to be little more than failed gimmickry, while

is simply "horrible"; Lee Gardner says

is "plotless," but is nonetheless Federico Fellini's "last truly great film"; Heather Joslyn has a taste for

and celebrates

as a "hidden treasure"; Luisa F. Ribeiro likes

; and Joe MacLeod is all happy-giggly about

. Susan Fradkin, in Belly Up, is not disappointed by

soul food

.

(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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