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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

A Guide to Baltimore Museums

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

Arts District

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.

Arts District

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.

Arts District

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.

Arts District

Culture Club: Artesanas Mexicanas, Joy Postell, and Drunk Shakespeare

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

Arts District

For Everyman's 'Sweat,' They Built a Working Bar Onstage

The Pulitzer Prize-winning play from Lynn Nottage uses the familiar to take a hard look at our country's past and present

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Music Lovers Share Memories of Record and Tape Traders

As the iconic Towson record store prepares to close its doors, customers look back on its 40-year run.

History & Politics

After the Finish

Eighty years ago, two horses at Pimlico gripped the nation, but for many it was far more than a race.

Arts District

New Book Revives the Story of a Social Justice Heroine

Author Ross Jones talks Elisabeth Gilman's past and what she might think of the present.

Arts District

Why Now Is The Perfect Moment For Gaia's Divine Mural

Support is pouring in for the new work on East Preston Street celebrating the queer icon.

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Culture Club: A WTMD Block Party, Hank Willis Thomas at MICA, and Evil Dead: The Musical

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

Arts District

Hare's Breath Records is Fells Point's Newest Vinyl Shop

Owners Kat and Matt Peach have filled the former Glitter Rat space with an odd and eclectic collection of new and used records

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Baltimore Japan Art Festival Returns to Station North With Illustrator Yusuke Nakamura

The two-day fest will also feature a film series and a family-friendly lineup of outdoor events.

Arts District

Putin On Ice Brings Laughs and Lies to Single Carrot Theatre

Playwright Lola B. Pierson helps break down exactly what’s going on in her Putin-centric new production.

Arts District

Thomas Dolby Brings Final Show of His Experimental Tour Home to Baltimore

The '80s music star and current Peabody professor breaks down his own past and composing's future.

Arts District

Light City 2019 is Calling For New Work After Releasing Economic Impact Report

The light, music, and innovation festival brought about $33.5 million and 442,500 visitors to Baltimore

Arts District

Latest Gaia Mural in Remington Focuses on Migration as a Human Right

The image features an immigrant mother and child framed by flowers from Steelcut Flower Co.

Arts District

TLC, Toots and The Maytals, and ZZ Ward to Headline Artscape 2018

This year's theme-less free arts festival lets local and national art shine.

The Chatter

On The Ground in Chinatown as the Caps Clinched the Cup

We formed a hot, crowded sea of red that crushed together at 7th and G and spread in every direction.

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