The artist and educator operates a three-story Puerto Rican home museum in Belair-Edison.
The Remington shop's Instagram photo series shares images of employees' well-worn shoes, with each featuring descriptions about their brand, lifespan, and story.
With inclusive, innovative efforts, local companies refuse to let the curtain fall on Baltimore's opera scene—which dates back nearly three centuries.
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Despite the rain, revelers rightfully upheld the Artscape after-party tradition at venues throughout Station North.
"We're very conscious of whose shoulders we're standing on," says UMD alum Alan Mingo Jr., who plays The Wiz in the revival that kicks off in Baltimore Sept. 22.
The 31-year-old "Converse Conductor" (often wearing his signature Chuck Taylors) wants everyone to feel like the Meyerhoff is their home.
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After three years off, the city's free arts festival is finally making its grand return Sept. 22-24. Here are the highlights you can't miss:
In 'They Killed Freddie Gray: The Anatomy of a Police Brutality Cover-Up,' the independent journalist analyzes problems with the established narrative that Gray was fatally injured during a “rough ride.”
At a ceremony attended by celebrities and fans who traveled from near and far, Baltimore's iconic filmmaker was presented with the 2,763rd star on the famous walk.
In its 19th year, the group is moving forward with its first woman of color leader and a beautiful new facade at its location next to The Charles Theatre.
Today’s retirement facilities are about more than downsizing— they’re about gaining a lifestyle.
Developed in the late 1700s and early 1800s, shape-note singing soon moved south and west along with the frontier.
The towering puppet of a 10-year-old Syrian refugee is coming in September as part of a walk across the U.S. to spread human rights awareness.
The local performing arts festival returns in September following a four-year pandemic-related hiatus.
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More tactile and immersive than ever, Baltimore's art scene is turning over an exciting new leaf.
A smart and sexy love triangle set in Paris, if you're into that sort of thing.
The Baltimore artist conjures a canvas out of his hometown.
Baltimore filmmaker Gabriel Goodenough discusses the new documentary.
Though it's under new ownership, the massive blues and bluegrass festival at Oregon Ridge Park will maintain its ethos.
Here are reviews of a few highlights to whet your appetite for this weekend's inaugural fest.
The exhibition brings together diverse regions and religious and artistic practices in a sweeping show that highlights their interaction and influence upon one another.
Honoring the talent of Black filmmakers over 40, the one-day event will feature a live podcast, Q&A's, and curated films inspired by or about Baltimore.
Our annual celebration of the best that Charm City has to offer.