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April 25, 2014


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News and Features
Springtime for Wye Oak

Springtime for Wye Oak

Feature: Two years after their breakthrough album, the local duo is back from the brink with a new sound and a new attitude By Brandon Weigel 4/23/2014
The District Score

The District Score

Mobtown Beat: How legislators in Baltimore City’s six districts fared in Annapolis this election year By Van Smith 4/23/2014
Pet Psychic

Pet Psychic

City Folk: Terri Diener communicates with animals through telepathy By Gianna DeCarlo 4/23/2014
Baltimore City Power Rankings

Baltimore City Power Rankings

Power Rankings: Baltimore Arts, Martin O’Malley, Hopkins Hospital, Local 333, and the Department of Transportation 4/23/2014
Murder Ink

Murder Ink

Murder Ink: Murders this Week: 5; Murders this Year: 52 By Edward Ericson Jr. 4/23/2014

In the Weeds

The Mail: Pot laws can expand the minds and skills of those who need or want it. 4/23/2014
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The Arts
Stage Review: By the Way, Meet Vera Stark

Stage Review: By the Way, Meet Vera Stark

Stage: A play presents a hilariously bleak picture of the travails of early African-American performers in Hollywood By Bret McCabe 4/23/2014
Working-Class Hero

Working-Class Hero

Books: Former steel worker wins prestigious poetry prize By Michelle Stefano 4/23/2014
Conflicts of Interest

Conflicts of Interest

Art: Stepping in broken glass By Baynard Woods 4/23/2014
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Film and Television
Film Review: The Railway Man

Film Review: The Railway Man

Film: Jonathan Teplitzky makes a decidedly 21st-century World War II movie By Jenn Ladd 4/23/2014
Film Review: Joe

Film Review: Joe

Film: Gary is torn between his father and the film’s titular character, Joe By Nicole King 4/23/2014
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Music
Beet Down

Beet Down

Music: Llamadon and Beet Trip bring collective vibe to beat-making and eclectic shows By Lawrence Burney 4/23/2014
Soul Man

Soul Man

Music: Bosley plots a course toward pop stardom By Bret McCabe 4/23/2014
Rock Since the Bee Gees

Rock Since the Bee Gees

Music: What’s up with indie rock By Michael Shank 4/23/2014
The Short List

The Short List

The Short List: Total Slacker, Jorge Luis Pacheco, Korpiklaani, and more By Al Shipley 4/23/2014
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Eats and Drinks
Restaurant Review: Forno

Restaurant Review: Forno

Eats and Drinks: New Italian joint near Hippodrome hits many good notes, but could use a few more rehearsals By Ryan Detter 4/23/2014
Tacos Y Pupusas

Tacos Y Pupusas

Cheap Eats: Now that it has some of the best bagels and pupusas in town, Pikesville is fast becoming our favorite suburb. By Evan Serpick 4/23/2014
Guacamole Deviled Eggs

Guacamole Deviled Eggs

BrokeAss Gourmet: Great on their own, as part of an array of appetizers, or atop lightly dressed greens for a high-protein, low-carbohydrate lunch By Gabi Moskowitz 4/23/2014
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Columns

The Mr. Wrong Column is Now a Brand

Mr. Wrong: I am gonna Brand the Motherfucking shit outta The Mr. Wrong Column! Brand So Hard the Brand will Brand itself all the way through to the other side of Branding! I don’t know what that means! By Joe MacLeod 4/23/2014

Free Will Astrology

Free Will Astrology: You need to take some time out to explore the deeper mysteries of snuggling, cuddling, and nuzzling. By Rob Brezsny 4/23/2014

Getting Malled

Field Tripping: Yes, that’s right, people live here. At the mall. By Kate Drabinski 4/23/2014

Cam Scam?

Savage Love: Webcamming—aka camwhoring—is widely regarded as the safest form of sex work. By Dan Savage 4/23/2014
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Comics

Lulu Eightball

Comics: By Emily Flake 4/23/2014

This Modern World

Comics: By Tom Tomorrow 4/23/2014
Dirt Farm

Dirt Farm

Dirt Farm: By Ben Claassen III 4/23/2014
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