Allowing young people to lead the way, Wide Angle Youth Media has made a name for itself as a local production house.
Art collectors Claribel and Etta Cone left Baltimore with one of its greatest gifts.
The Go-Go’s Dundalk-born drummer credits her local roots for making her rock and roll dreams come true.
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Effort at the BMA is the latest in a trend of unionization at cultural institutions around the country.
By day, Matt Hankins is a shop supervisor at Worcester Eisenbrandt, a historic restoration company that's nearly 100 years old.
The next generation takes over at Bill’s Music, a Catonsville institution.
It’s been entirely too long, Baltimore. Here are the can't-miss arts happenings in the months ahead.
I'd rewatch 'The Sopranos' instead.
Slated for an unveiling in 2022, the Creativity Center will include a dance studio, teaching kitchen, and other new spaces and opportunities for cultural learning.
Can a woman find true happiness with . . . a robot?
You voted, and now, here are your picks for the best that Baltimore has to offer.
We talk to the authors about 'Where Tomorrows Aren’t Promised,' a compelling coming-of-age story set largely around Baltimore’s rec centers and schools.
There was more to Tammy Faye Bakker than that makeup, as this film entertainingly chronicles
Sister-run arts venue and collaborative event space takes off in Old Goucher.
Chesapeake Veterinary Surgical Specialists is an all-in-one practice for your pet care needs.
It could've been so much more, but this "pink-collar crime" film will still make you laugh.
This band of young artists is quickly becoming one to watch, hosting roaming exhibitions everywhere from parking lots in Station North to greenspaces in West Baltimore.
The annual tradition returns with a lineup of new and familiar entertainment.
A collaboration with neighborhoods, transportation officials, and traffic engineers, the inventive art doubles as a traffic-calming tool.
The West Baltimore native's film is now streaming on Netflix.
New collection examines personal links to the South, both concrete and conceptual, in the work of 10 Black artists.
We sat shotgun with Jacobs to learn more about the web series.
City’s annual celebration of Black culture returns with virtual and in-person happenings.
Josiah Wise grew up in the city, nurturing his talents in the church and public-school choir, before landing attention from 'Billboard,' Rolling Stone,' and 'Vogue.'