Browsing Issue: Wednesday, July 18, 2007
News: Feature: Diamond in the Mud
Can gas bucks turn shabby, shallow Lake Worth into a blue-green gem?
By DAN MCGRAW and NANDINI BALIAL
News: Metropolis: Put Down that Beer and Step Away from the Walker
Senior citizens looking to buy a cool one are
getting hot under the collar about ID policies.
By COLE WILLIAMS and JEFF PRINCE
News: Second Thought: Sports Suckers
Hicks keeps taking the team to the basement and fans to the cleaners.
By DAN MCGRAW
News: Static: Do Unto Others ... Then Run
Music: Featured Music: Piano Man
Progressive-jazzbo Daymond Callahan may play as if he has a dozen fingers, but he’s still got only two hands.
By CAROLINE COLLIER
Music: Hearsay: On the Horizon
Music: Last Call: Pretty, Tough
Music: Listen Up: Bobby Bare

Bobby Bare Sings Lullabys, Legends and Lies
(and More)
(RCA Nashville/Legacy)
By Tom Geddie
Music: Listen Up: lo-fi chorus
Something in the Air
(Self-released)
By Joshua Loewen
Music: Listen Up: Robben Ford
Truth
(Concord Records)
By Tom Geddie
Film: Film Reviews: Aerosol Cheese
Good morning, Baltimore! Take a deep whiff of Hairspray, and you’ll get high.
By KRISTIAN LIN
Film: Film Reviews: Bale Out
A U.S. pilot’s story of survival is
powerfully retold in Rescue Dawn.
By KRISTIAN LIN
Eats: Cafe Reviewed: Gold Lining
The Tex-Mex fare at Esparza’s is hit-or-miss, but there’s a long list of tequilas to drown your sorrows in.
By JIMMY FOWLER
Eats: Chow, Baby: As We All Know
Calendar: Night and Day: Graduation Day
Arts: Gallery: Shapes and Light
Arts: Stage: Killing Fields
A local theater troupe uses the stage to spotlight a grave south-of-the-border injustice.
By JIMMY FOWLER

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