Ten Years ago in City Paper: June 28, 2000

Two big-picture features: Andrew Reiner argues that

and Natalie Davis investigates the

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. The Nose collects the moans and groans of business owners affected by the

over I-83 and the Amtrak tracks. In Mobtown Beat, Eileen Murphy covers a

and the

. Tom Chalkley's Media Circus comments on the

, a visiting Argentine tall ship that had been used for torturing political dissidents, and gives credit to broadcast media in the

. The columns: Suz Redfearn

in Germ Bag; Joe MacLeod comes out

in Mr. Wrong; Wiley Hall III discusses

in Urban Rhythms; Joab Jackson weighs in

in Cyberpunk; and Tom Scocca offers advice

in 8 Upper. In Books, Eileen Murphy pillories

. Mike Giuliano reviews

in Art. Anna Ditkoff looks at

in Zine Pool. In Stage, Mike Giuliano finds the Vagabond Players' production of

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weary and Anna Ditkoff enjoys the Maryland Arts Festival's production of

, a portrait of fashion maven Diana Vreeland. In Music, Vincent Williams

to make good on success and Eric Allen Hatch gives

. Adele Marley wishes

in Television. In Film: Ian Grey is tickled pink by

, bored stiff by

, and astounded by the dark vision of

; Luisa F. Ribeiro thinks that something's rotten in

, that

is a "near-masterpiece," that

is "all poetry," and that

is a damn good gambling movie; Andy Markowitz is a fan of

; Heather Joslyn admires

; Jack Purdy thinks

is a proper ode to the James gang ; and Lee Gardner can't be fooled by

. In Belly Up, Susan Fradkin sings over lunch at

.

(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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