Arts & Culture
A wave of unity-focused parties, performances, and exhibits are planned leading up to the annual Pride parade and block party on June 24.
No matter where you are in Maryland, there is always an open-air venue nearby.
The Maryland Center for History and Culture display gives attendees an in-depth look at the life of The Muppets’ creator, who grew up in Hyattsville and attended UMD.
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In its eighth year, the event, and others like it, attempt to diversify the local world of fantasy.
The unexpected supergroup's self-titled album fuses jazz, funk, hip-hop, and hardcore punk, plus a throughline nod to our hometown genre of Baltimore Club.
Words and wine collide at the readings, which gather writers to share poems and other compositions of all genres.
Vote for your favorites in this year's Readers' Poll.
White’s willingness to share his struggles—combined with Alvarez’s reporting and writing—make this a book you’ll read in one or two sittings.
On view through July 16, the showcase celebrates 50 years of hip-hop with multidisciplinary works from local and national artists.
"The Boss" sells out $250-million overhauled downtown arena for its grand debut.
The most recent episode of Succession makes it pretty clear.
You voted, and now, here's your pick for the best Charm City crab house.
Owners Sean Lanahan and Mark Santoro are bringing records to a new generation.
Only Affleck and Damon could turn this tale of corporate triumph into a scrappy underdog story.
From Feastival to Mr. Trash Wheel's Earth Day Birthday, here are the events to pencil in this month.
Summer events are kicking-off at Baltimore’s premier waterfront community.
Film based on the popular fantasy role-playing game doesn't take itself too seriously—huzzah!
The 20th-annual bibliophile bash kicks off Saturday with more than 80 featured poets and writers.
The three-minute film narrated by André de Shields—which took home two ADDY awards last week—features a host of local artists to promote the event’s comeback this September.
I hand out grades for last night's Oscar ceremony.
Don't worry, a crisis team is standing by.
Documentary on the Gun Trace Task Force puts the focus where it belongs—on the victims.
Meet Ryan and Aaron Fini of Perrin & Associates Fine Violins in Mount Vernon.
From street food festivals to the annual St. Patrick's Day Parade, here are the local events to pencil in this month.
The BSA alum will return to her alma mater this week to serve as honorary chair of the school's annual 'Expressions' showcase.
How Peabody professor Amit Peled is changing the community through classical music—while also working to keep his students in town after graduation.
A heartwarming coming of age tale...JK, it's about a bear that does cocaine.
From the outside, the 1896 fixer-upper appears like an unopened geode—large, imposing, and traditional. But split it open and inside is a space filled with wonderful light, colors, and patterns.