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Ten Years Ago in City Paper: July 19, 2000

Ten Years Ago in City Paper: July 19, 2000

Tom Scocca's feature gets the story of West Baltimore's

. Mobtown Beat is Terrie Snyder's report that manufacturing defects caused the 1998

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that killed Baltimore police officer Barry Wood. Meanwhile, the Nose suspects University of Maryland Medical Center of

, finds a possible way for

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, and announces the new, post-Audrey Herman owners of the

. Brennen Jensen's Charmed Life finds that Maryland is pretty

. The columns are: Sandy Asirvatham's Underwhelmed, summarizing

; Wiley Hall III's Urban Rhythms, celebrating

; Joab Jackson's Cyberpunk, second-guessing

; and Tom Scocca's 8 Upper, praising

. In Books, Eileen Murphy's review of Carole Maso's two non-fiction releases—

—concludes that Maso should stick to fiction. Art is Mike Giuliano, on C. Grimaldis Gallery's exhibit,

. Jack Purdy, in Stage, gushes—with one caveat—over the Young Victorian Theatre Company's production of Gilbert and Sullivan's

. Music is Jack Purdy's Feedback on the

at Baldwin's Station, Lee Gardner's Feedback on

at Pier Six, and Larry Nichols' Know Your Product on Brickfoot's first full-length release,

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. Adele Marley's Television finds

refreshingly offensive. In Film: Ian Grey is down on

, Luisa F. Ribeiro says

is "passable schlock," and Lee Gardner admires

. Try as she might, Belly Up's Susan Fradkin just couldn't find a way to like

.

(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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