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Christine Jackson

Christine Jackson is the research editor for Baltimore magazine. A recent transplant from St. Louis, she’s currently exploring all the art, culture, food, and weirdness Baltimore has to offer.


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Arts District

Culture Club: D. Watkins, TT The Artist’s New Doc, and Pride at Creative Alliance

Our monthly roundup of openings, events, and news from the art world.

Arts District

Don’t Throw Away Your Shot to Catch Hamilton at the Hippodrome

We caught up with the show’s Peggy/Maria ahead of the show’s summer visit.

Arts District

Culture Club: Joyce J. Scott at the BMA, Maryland Film Festival, and Baltimore Rock Opera Society Gets Groovy

Our monthly roundup of openings, events, and news from the art world.

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Culture Club: CityLit Festival, Abdu Ali, and plant guru Hilton Carter

Our monthly roundup of openings, events, and news from the art world.

The Chatter

What’s Next for The Case Against Adnan Syed?

What we learned after an exclusive Baltimore screening of HBO's four-part documentary.

Arts District

Why Afro House’s “Afro Punk Ballet” is Now Called “Cease & Desist Ballet”

Legal action from AFROPUNK has forced the local arts collective to reexamine its opera-ballet—and its own name.

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Jemicy School Theater Students Selected to Attend International Festival

The school’s performance of “Peter and the Starcatcher” earned them a coveted place at the festival this June.

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Everyman’s ‘Dinner with Friends’ Offers Food for Thought

The Pulitzer-Prize winning play explores the changing nature of love and friendship

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Culture Club: Chaunter, Design Soiree, and ‘The Case Against Adnan Syed’

Our monthly roundup of openings, events, and news from the art world.

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Emotional AVAM Exhibit Unites Works By Persecuted Groups

“Esther and the Dream of One Loving Human Family” begins a five-year run this week.

The Chatter

Director Discusses Adnan Syed Documentary Coming to HBO

Amy Berg talks about ‘The Case Against Adnan Syed’ premiering on March 10.

Arts District

Bryn Mawr Alum Annie Sherman Talks Playing Anna in The King and I

The Rogers & Hammerstein classic comes to the Hippodrome on February 19.

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Culture Club: Lunar New Year at The Walters, True Vine’s New Home, and President’s Day Cabaret

Our monthly roundup of openings, events, and news from the art world.

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To Forgive is Divine in Everyman’s “Everything Is Wonderful”

The play set in Amish Country explores forgiveness in the face of deep hurt.

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Comedians Share Awkward Stories of Sex, Love, and Hookups at Motor House

Awkward Sex...and the City comes to Baltimore for a night of hilarious storytelling.

Arts District

A Guide to Baltimore Museums

Science, art, and history abound at the city’s many cultural institutions.

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Culture Club: Roxane Gay at Loyola, Dan Deacon and the BSO, Jim Jones Plays

Our monthly roundup of openings, events, and news from the art world.

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Culture Club: New Exhibits at School 33, Holiday Jazz, and Heathers The Musical

Our monthly roundup of openings, events, and news from the art world.

Arts District

Everyman Celebrates The Vital Importance of 'The Importance of Being Earnest'

The local company's candy-colored version of the Oscar Wilde classic is a delight from beginning to end.

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Haute Glue By Late Artist Alice Gadzinski Opens at the Creative Alliance

Friends, family, and staff piece together a retrospective exhibit in celebration of the late artist.

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