Ten Years Ago in City Paper: May 1, 2002
Lee Gardnerâ€™s feature examines the new documentary boom.
In Mobtown Beat, Brennen Jensen hits the stands to watch Baltimoreâ€™s female football team in action.
Brennen Jensenâ€™s Charmed Life visits Baltimore Countyâ€™s Agriculture Building, an erstwhile almshouse.
The Mail has letters from Dave Sessoms, Stacey Freedman, Cheryl Hemmeter DeLuca, Mitch Mirkin, Amy Weitzel, the Link editorial board, Alan Barysh, Russel Lindquist, Larry Gramling, and Rodger Thompson.
Scocca & MacLeodâ€™s proto-blog, Funny Paper, reads the comics so you donâ€™t have to.
In Art, Mike Giuliano checks out line drawings by Calla Thompson, James Von Minor, and Michael Weiss at Maryland Art Place, and Bret McCabe finds fault with the works of Gill Furoy hanging at G-Spot.
Music is Geoffrey Himes, admiring Whiskeytownâ€™s former singer/fiddler, Caitlin Cary.
In Feedback, Geoffrey Himes enjoys listening to Gary Thomas and the Peabody Jazz Faculty at Palomaâ€™s and Hank Baker can still hear after seeing Motorhead, Morbid Angel, Speedealer, and Today is the Day at the Recher Theater.
Bones is Roberto Swankâ€™s poem, marriage/lunch in Miami.