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Marty Katz (who took the photos for our cover story) is a writer and photographer based in Baltimore. A long time ago, he was a neuroscience graduate student until the NIH training grants were cut by Gerald Ford. Since then, he has been traveling around shooting stories for clients like New York Times, Time, Newsweek, and National Geographic. He is currently conducting exhaustive basic research for the 2003 Zagat Survey of Washington-Baltimore Restaurants, which he edits.

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