X-Content: Ten years ago in City Paper: Oct. 9, 2002
Brennen Jensenâ€™s feature plumbs the prospects for Oldtown Mallâ€™s redevelopment.
In Mobtown Beat, Erin Sullivan reports on ACORNâ€™s charges of a bankâ€™s racial discrimination and Eric Allen Hatch covers an anti-war protest in downtown Baltimore.
Tom Chalkleyâ€™s Charmed Life rolls by a Lansdowne skateboarding park.
Christopher Myersâ€™ Howâ€™s it Going? gets answers from Kip Howard, Susan Panariello, and Dr. Michâ€™l Dorn.
The Mail has letters from Richard Baker, Gerald Ben Shargel, Richard Terrill, and Audrey Miller.
The columns are: Brian Mortonâ€™s Political Animal, on Libertarian gubernatorial candidate Spear Lancaster; Joe MacLeodâ€™s Mr. Wrong, on portending the Future; and Mink Stoleâ€™s Think Mink, on chilly fiancĂ©s and shabby happiness.
Scocca & MacLeodâ€™s proto-blog, Funny Paper, reads the comics so you donâ€™t have to.
In Books, Heather Joslyn saysÂ The Trials of Lenny Bruce, by Ronald K.L. Collins and David M. Skover, offers potent reminders about the First Amendmentâ€™s importance.
Mike Giulianoâ€™s Art laughs last at the humorous works of Bruce Charlesworth, Pamela de Marris, Michael E. Northrup, and Maria Elena Gonzalez, on display at Maryland Art Place.
In Film: Richard Gorelick revels in The Rules of Attraction andÂ 8 Women, but is flabbergasted byÂ Moonlight Mile; Ian Grey suggests The Transporter should be transported straight to video; and Lee Gardner pansÂ Red Dragon.
Michelle Gienowâ€™s Dish goes to see how Maison Marconi is holding up, and comes away utterly pleased.
In Cheap Eats, Anna Ditkoff says Green Harbor CafĂ© â€śhas it all.â€ť