X-Content: Ten years ago in City Paper: October 16, 2002
Charles Cohenâ€™s feature sizes up how well Maryland and Virginia are working together to help shore up the Chesapeake Bay oyster fishery.
The Nose wonders whether Robert Ehrlichâ€™s gubernatorial campaign is cutting the name of running mate Michael Steele from its political signs.
Brennen Jensenâ€™s Charmed Life tries to sort out what put the Fell in Fellâ€™s Point.
The Mail has letters from Kim Sanders-Fisher, Anthony Sodano, Jeffery Shepard, Brian Czarski, Todd Chambers, Steven Sass, Mike Reid, Eleanor Fried, Alastair Mackay, and Herman Heyn.
The columns are: Brian Mortonâ€™s Political Animal, on the war on terrorism; Suz Redfearnâ€™s Germ Bag, on looking at dead bodies; Sandy Asirvathamâ€™s Underwhelmed, on the war in Iraq; and Mink Stoleâ€™s Think Mink, on young sex and over-eager love.
Scocca & MacLeodâ€™s proto-blog, Funny Paper, reads the comics so you donâ€™t have to.
In Art, Mike Giuliano gets hooked on American Visionary Art Museumâ€™s exhibit, High on Life: Transcending Addiction.
Tim Hill, in The Arts, gets to know Beautiful/Decay, the street-art magazine thrown together by students and alum of the Maryland Institute College of Art.
Stage is John Barry, getting lost in the fog of Everyman Theatreâ€™s production of Caridad Svichâ€™s Alchemy of Desire/Dead Manâ€™s Blues.
In Feedback, Bret McCabe fights back yawns at a Cat Power show at Ottobar.
Jason Torresâ€™ No Cover touts The Educated Consumers.
In Film: Ian Grey says Maggie Gyllenhaal savesÂ Secretary, but nothing can saveÂ The Ring; Eric Allen Hatch isnâ€™t sweet on Brown Sugar; Joe MacLeod warns againstÂ Knockaround Guys; Lee Gardner says The Night of the Hunter sets the bar for actors-turned-directors; and Richard Gorelick likes how Rules of Attraction makes viewers voyeurs, and thinks the acting makes White Oleander succeed.
Christopher Skoknaâ€™s Cheap Eats says Fortunatoâ€™s Pizza is the only place one needs to eat.