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Ten Years Ago in City Paper: Dec. 20, 2000

Ten Years Ago in City Paper: Dec. 20, 2000

City Paper

's feature well is filled by its critics' look back at the year 2000 in culture and news. Michael Anft explores the

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and, with the editorial staff, looks at the

. Ian Grey screens the

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and runs through his

, as do

and

. Lee Gardner recalls the

before celebrating the

, and critics

,

,

, and

chart their Top 10 albums. Adele Marley flips through the

. Eileen Murphy looks at the

and makes her

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, as do

and

, who also examines the

and, along with Anna Ditkoff, Mike Giuliano, Brennen Jensen, and Jack Purdy, the

. In Mobtown, Eileen Murphy describes the Walters Art Museum's effort to

. The Nose has fun with Washington, D.C./Baltimore's effort to

and reports from the front lines of

. And in Charmed Life, Brennen Jensen explores the history of

. In Columns, Joe MacLeod pens his own

in Mr. Wrong. Mink Stole deals with

in Think Mink. Wiley Hall III remarks on

in Urban Rhythms. Joab Jackson invents the game of

in Cyberpunk. And Tom Scocca highlights the

in 8 Upper. In Art, Mike Giuliano checks out the

. In Music, critics reminisce about their favorite concerts of 2000: Lee Gardner on

and the

; Hank Baker on the

; Natalie Davis on the

; Anna Ditkoff on

; Tim Hill on the

Daniel Piotrowski on

; Geoffrey Himes on

; and Daniel Schlosberg on the

In Know Your Product, Lee Gardner tips his hat to

,

,

and

In Film, Adele Marley is stirred by

, insulted by

, and bored by

. Luisa F. Ribiero thinks

is a waste of time,

falls short,

is worth digging up,

is pleasing, and

is yummy. Heather Joslyn is seared by

and thinks

is best in class. Ian Grey guts

. Jack Purdy is impressed by the 1984 made-for-TV film

. And Andy Markowitz finds

quite agreeable. Despite poor service, Susan Fradkin likes

in Belly Up.

(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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