The 2001set out to let diners know where Baltimore(including a), and includes essays on,, and Eric Schlosser'sFast Food Nation. There's also a double dose of features: Susan Fradkin givesits due and Mark Gauvreau Judge takes aim at. Brennen Jensen's Mobtown Beat gives voice to. The Nose picks apart aand a proposed makeover for the. Tom Chalkley's Charmed Life recounts's 100-year anniversary. The columns are: Suz Redfearn's Germ Bag, on; 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: Frank Diller likes Julian Barnes flawed novel,Love, etc.; John Sewell finds Tim Parks' challenging novel,Destiny, worth the effort; Austin Kennedy is a fan of Anne Beattie's short-story collection,Perfect Recall; and Heather Joslyn says Jonathan Rosenbaum's non-fictionMovie Warsis provocative, but elitist. Art is Mike Giuliano, reviewingBodySpaceat the Baltimore Museum of Art and the Contemporary Museum's exhibit of. In Stage,is captivated by Center Stage's production of Peter Weiss'The Investigationand, despite its problems, stays with Theatre Project's production of Kenneth Allan Vega'sLindberg Baby Kidnapped; whileis entertained by Audrey Herman Spotlighters Theatre's production ofThe Kathy and Mo Show: Parallel Lives, but is bored by Vagabond Players' production of Joan Ackermann'sThe Batting Cage. Feedback is Phil Andrews onat the Ottobar, and Geoffrey Himes on theat the Teamsters Union Hall. Heather Joslyn's Television piece takes issue with X-Files spinoffThe Lone Gunmen. In Film: Luisa F. Ribeiro saysThe House of Mirthhas no heart, but praisesThe Taking of Pelham One Two Three; Heather Joslyn is dazzled byA Star Is Born; Ian Grey gets no laughs fromMonkeybone; Joe MacLeod has the balls to give awaySee Spot Run; and Jaimie Baron suggests you stay far away from3000 Miles to Graceland.