X-Content: 10 years ago in City Paper: March 12, 2003
Brennen Jensenâ€™s feature peeks inside Zytech Engineeringâ€™s panic rooms.
In Mobtown Beat, Erica Blount Danois goes to Annapolis with students decrying conditions at Cheltenham Youth Facility and Jamil Roberts profiles a bicyclistâ€™s efforts to raise awareness of asylum-seeking immigrants detained in Maryland.
The Nose tallies the cost of Libertarian Spear Lancasterâ€™s bid for Maryland governor.
Tom Chalkleyâ€™s Charmed Life takes stock of the roof collapse at the B&O Railroad Museumâ€™s roundhouse.
The Mail has letters from Blaine Taylor, Joe Roman, Laura Carlson, Brian Gossman, and Jim Maher.
The columns are: Brian Mortonâ€™s Political Animal, on the the state of U.S. relations with Turkey; Eddie Matzâ€™ Shirts and Skins, on a Randallstown-Northwestern high-school basketball game; Joe MacLeodâ€™s Mr. Wrong, on gambling with the back page; Afefe Tyehimbaâ€™s Third Eye, on hanging out at Towson Town Centre; and Mink Stoleâ€™s Think Mink, on the single life and sex before marriage.
Scocca & MacLeodâ€™s proto-blog, Funny Paper, reads the comics so you donâ€™t have to.
Emily Flakeâ€™s Lulu Eightball hears bumps in the night.
Smell of Steve, Inc.â€™s Ziggy with a Hat hops a train.
In Books, John Barry finds little to redeem Will Selfâ€™s Dorian: An Imitation.
Art is Anna Ditkoff taking a couple of eight-graders to see a female-form exhibit at the Baltimore Museum of Art and Mike Giuliano on paintings and etchings by Ruth Channing at the Craig Flinner Contemporary Gallery.
Josephine Yunâ€™s Stage gets a lot of laughs from Towson Players production of Carlo Goldoniâ€™s The Servant of Two Masters.
In Music, Chris Handyside parties in the garage with the Sights and Oneida.
Film is: Lee Gardner, blown away by City of God and scratching his head over Max; Eric Allen Hatch, saying The Safety of Objects wastes its potential, but The Killing ages well; Joe MacLeod finds Agent Cody Banks passable and Bringing Down the House bankable; and Tom Siebert finds Tears of the Sun to be a rancid pot of offal.
Richard Gorelickâ€™s Omnivore gives Red Tapas and â€śAâ€ť for effort.
In Cheap Eats, Christopher Skokna likes the Cincy chili at Hard Times CafĂ©.