Ten Years Ago in City Paper: Nov. 22, 2000

Ten Years Ago in City Paper: Nov. 22, 2000

Tom Chalkley, Eileen Murphy, and Tom Scocca team up to produce a feature about

: John Coates, Mike DeMarco, Paul Iwancio, Jacquiline Johnson, Dorothy Lofton Jones, Lenny Stem, Nancy Supik, Stephen Teret, Bill Tiefenwerth, and Pat Welch. In Mobtown Beat, Eileen Murphy reports that


, and Michael Anft updates the situation surrounding

. The Nose

. Charles Cohen's Charmed Life revisits

The columns are: Joe MacLeod's Mr. Wrong, on

; Mink Stole's Think Mink, on

; Wiley Hall III's Urban Rhythms, on

; Joab Jackson's Cyberpunk

, on

; and Tom Scocca's 8 Upper, on

. In Imprints: Justin Hampton likes the way-out collection of essays in the Adam Parfrey-edited

; Rupert Wondolowski wallows in subcultural bliss, thanks to wandering pen of Daniel Jeffries in

; Lee Gardner laughs with the smack-downs of pretentious writers found in

; and Eileen Murphy's appreciation of Margaret Atwood's fiction grows thanks to

. Art is Mike Giuliano soaking up the drawings and sculptures of


at the Walters Art Museum. Bones is

by Mark S. Sanders'. In Stage: Anna Ditkoff surveys

's treatment by Baltimore theater companies; Brennen Jensen is spooked by Everyman Theatre's production of Henry Miller's

; Jack Purdy tackles

; while Mike Giuliano finds Performance Workshop Theatre Co.'s production of Harold Pinter's

and thinks Vagabond Players try too hard in staging Paul Zindel's

. In Feedback: Hank Baker is at home with

at Mum's; Geoffrey Himes thanks his lucky stars for having seen the

's gig at the Teamsters Union Hall; and Adam Baer enjoys

's tribute to Aaron Copeland. In Know Your Product: Lee Gardner believes Landspeedrecord! wants to blow you away with

; Justin Hampton says DJ Feelgood's

is true to Feelgood's dancefloor sound; Eileen Murphy wants a martini while listening to Joyce J. Scott's

; and Joe MacLeod describes the "piece of crap" that is fitehouse's

Film is: Ian Grey calling

a "rip-roaring success" at sucking and pointing out that

is just plain mean; Luisa F. Ribeiro having problems with

; Joe MacLeod finding

"a blast" and

just another bad "Arnold flick"; and Heather Joslyn recommending

for those who like vote-fraud tales, but saying

kills the mood. Susan Fradkin, in Belly Up, digs the Monday-night steaks 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.)