Ten Years Ago in City Paper: March 20, 2002
Christopher Myersâ€™ photo-feature asks 24 people, â€śHowâ€™s it going?â€ť
In Mobtown Beat, Van Smith reports on the environmental lobbyâ€™s tough session in Annapolis.
The Mail has letters from Sue Glickstein, Daylin Louderback, Douglas Womack, Bradley Paul, and Megan Hamilton.
Brennen Jensenâ€™s Charmed Life undergoes hyperbaric oxygen therapy.
The columns are: Sandy Asirvathamâ€™s Underwhelmed, on insomnia; Mink Stoleâ€™s Think Mink, on boozy mistakes and perseverance; Wiley Hall IIIâ€™s Urban Rhythms, on Nightline; and Tom Scoccaâ€™s 8 Upper, on basketball coach Bob Knight.
Scocca & MacLeodâ€™s proto-blog, Funny Paper, reads the comics so you donâ€™t have to.
Tom Siebertâ€™s Books piece calls Frank Millerâ€™s graphic novel, The Dark Knight Strikes Again, a â€śkick-ass comic book.â€ť
In Art, Bret McCabe goes to a women-photographers exhibit at the Creative Alliance, and wishes it was better.
Stage is: Anna Ditkoff pillories Everyman Theatreâ€™s production of Morris Panychâ€™s Vigil; Jack Purdy is refreshed by Fells Point Corner Theatreâ€™s production of Louis Nowraâ€™s Cosi; and John Barry says Rep Stageâ€™s production of William Luceâ€™s The Belle of Amherst meets the challenge.
Michaelangelo Matosâ€™ Music piece praises Playgroupâ€™s self-titled debut album.
In Film: City Paper presents its first annual Alties; Eric Allen Hatch pats Monsoon Wedding and pans Showtime; Ian Grey is war-torn by Too Late the Hero; Adele Marley loves watching Eastwood wither in The Beguiled, but suggests Resident Evil is better played than watched; and Lee Gardner says The Lady from Shanghai shows Orson Welles wasnâ€™t perfect.
Michelle Gienowâ€™s Dish goes to Aqua Terra in Annapolis.
In Cheap Eats, Brennen Jensen chows down at St. Maryâ€™s Restaurant and Carry-Out.