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Issue 26: Holy Heretics

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Mass led by a woman priest

In this week's cover feature, "Holy Heretics," Deborah Rudacille gets to know members of a renegade Catholic community led by a female priest.
In Mobtown Beat, Edward Ericson Jr. looks into a suit filed by 4 Aces Bail Bonds, which claims that a new law could put it out of business. The Nose sniffs around the curious particulars of the Dan McIntosh marijuana case and finds the scent of overzealous prosecution. Also, don't miss the Baltimore City Power Rankings - Governor O'Malley is up and Police Commissioner Batts is down - and the tragically high death toll in this week's Murder Ink.

In City Folk, Jill Yesko profiles Ed Collic, a lifelong lover of boats and waterways and a trailblazing firefighter.

In the arts sections, Bret McCabe review Baltimore Performance Kitchen's utterly original production of Romeo and Juliet, Lee Gardner tackles the new album by "American Primitive" strummer Glenn Jones in advance of his show at the Windup Space. Jenn Ladd previews Journey to Italy's revival at the Charles and Brandon Weigel reviews Dirty Wars.

In Eats and Drinks, Martha Thomas reviews The Yard, the restaurant inside the Camden Yards Marriott and, in DIY Kitchen, Henry Hong tells breaks down the many easy ways to make delicious hummus. In Cheap Eats, Michael McGurk samples the Korean barbecue pulled pork tacos at new food truck  The Jolly Pig.

And this weeks columns see Mr. Wrong weighs the priorities of columning in the wake of Michael Musto's firing, Charm City Porn Star picks up where in left off in part two of a day in the life of a porn star, Dan Savage discusses the enema within.

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