Arts District

Africa Umoja Brings Spirit of Togetherness to Hippodrome Theatre

South Africa’s vibrant musical legacy comes through in lively performance.
Arts District

Africa Umoja Brings Spirit of Togetherness to Hippodrome Theatre

South Africa’s vibrant musical legacy comes through in lively performance.
  Guitar Collage on Canvas, 2018Minas Konsolas
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WTMD Merges Visual Art and Music at Upcoming Exhibit
Music, Seen, opens in November and brings many Baltimore creative communities under one roof.
Arts District

WTMD Merges Visual Art and Music at Upcoming Exhibit

Music, Seen, opens in November and brings many Baltimore creative communities under one roof.
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My Top Ten with John Locke
The percussionist for the BSO shares his favorite things.
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My Top Ten with John Locke

The percussionist for the BSO shares his favorite things.

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Grand Experiment

Midsize indie art venue Le Mondo opens its doors this fall.

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Lit!Pop!Bang! Podcast to Record Live at the Baltimore Book Festival

Local podcast hosts Anthony Moll and CeCe will bring Maren Wright-Kerr and Ailish Hopper to the CityLit Stage for a live recording.

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Movie Review: A Simple Favor

Blake Lively and Anna Kendrick shine in this winking film noir.


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Music Reviews: September 2018

The latest from Super City and Josiah Wise.

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Book Reviews: September 2018

The latest from John Lingan and Jack Gilden.

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Web Series The Whole Bushel Brings Artists Together Over Crabs

The Real News Network show, hosted by Eze Jackson, enters a new phase.

Arts & Culture

The Color Line

Black artists are finally receiving recognition in the mainstream art world, but it has been a long uphill battle toward equity.

MaxSpace

Movie Review: The Wife

Glenn Close and Jonathan Pryce shine in this film about a troubled literary marriage.

Arts District

BSO and WTMD Announce Fourth Pulse Season

This season will bring Dan Deacon, Kelela, Rhiannon Giddens, and Parquet Courts to the Meyerhoff stage.


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The List: September 2018

The hottest happenings around town this month.

Arts & Culture

Your Go-To Guide For the 2018 Fall Arts Season

Don't miss these fall arts events in film, literature, art, theater, music, and more.


Arts & Culture

The Boys of Super City are the Local Rock Gods to Know Now

We chat with the indie quintet about their upcoming album and those epic dance moves.

MaxSpace

Movie Review: Madeline's Madeline

Mesmerizing, destabilizing art film about the battle for a young artist's soul.

On The Town

Can’t-Miss Attractions at the Maryland State Fair

Check out these eats, exhibits, and events at the annual fair returning this weekend.

MaxSpace

Movie Review: Support the Girls

Regina Hall soars in film about the everyday insanity of a Hooters-type bar in Texas.

Arts District

Newly Opened Maker Practice in Catonsville Makes Crafting Accessible

Friends Mary Thomas and Amy Isler turn "crafternoons" into community business.

Arts & Culture

American Idyll

Leveling up at the magical Maryland Renaissance Festival.

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Asian-American Community Celebrates Past and Present With New Festival

Enjoy eats, drinks, and performances in Baltimore's historic Chinatown.

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