Arts & Culture

Arts & Culture

Writing on the Wall

Artist Ernest Shaw pays homage to Toni Morrison at Graffiti Alley.
Arts & Culture

Writing on the Wall

Artist Ernest Shaw pays homage to Toni Morrison at Graffiti Alley.
 Charm City Fringe Festival
Arts District
Culture Club: Charm City Fringe Festival, Elizabeth Catlett, and An Evening with Mike Rowe
Our monthly roundup of openings, events, and news from the art world.
Arts District

Culture Club: Charm City Fringe Festival, Elizabeth Catlett, and An Evening with Mike Rowe

Our monthly roundup of openings, events, and news from the art world.
 Red Emma’s worker-owners, from left: Kate Khatib, Cullen Nawalkowsky, Nia Hunter, Whitney Roberts, and Moss Froom.Photography by Mike Morgan
Food & Drink
Radical Growth
As Red Emma’s turns 15, it has become a model for a number of worker co-ops in the city.
Food & Drink

Radical Growth

As Red Emma’s turns 15, it has become a model for a number of worker co-ops in the city.

Arts & Culture

Arts District

Culture Club: Photography at The Walters; Lower Dens; A Year of Women at the BMA

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

MaxSpace

Movie Review: Luce

Provocative film explores the dangers of white noblesse oblige.

Arts District

Ami Dang Uses Music to Transcend Boundaries

The local artist’s new record explores her Indian heritage and intersectional identity.


MaxSpace

Movie Review: Good Boys

Raunchy coming of age comedy has lots of laughs—and just as much heart.

Arts District

Oletha DeVane Showcases Sculptural Works in 'Traces of Spirit' at the BMA

Local multidisciplinary artist explores religion, nature, and humanity in exhibit on view through October 20.

Arts District

Decades Night Club Documents Baltimore Club Music History at the Peale Center

We speak with curator Mia Loving about her latest exhibit, on view through this week.

Arts & Culture

Time Machine

It took Trudy Morgal two decades to find her now-iconic portrait from the weekend of peace, love, music, and mud.

MaxSpace

Movie Review: The Kitchen

Great performances can't quite overcome this female centric gangster film's uneven tone.

On The Town

AFRAM Festival Returns to Druid Hill Park This Weekend

Annual celebration of African American culture brings in big names like Rick Ross and Teddy Riley.


Arts District

Maryland Science Center and Believe In Music Announce Halloween Party Lineup

Headliners include J. Roddy Walston and The Business, DDm, and Psycho Killers.

Arts & Culture

For The ‘Gram

Selfie Fantasy brings an Instagram-worthy experience to Ocean City.

Arts & Culture

Start the Presses!

If the printed word is dying, small, independent presses might just be its savior.

Best of Baltimore

Best of Baltimore 2019

Our annual roundup of the tops in dining, arts, service, media, and more.

The Chatter

Ten of Many Reasons Why We Love Charm City

We revisit stories that make us proud to call ourselves Baltimoreans.

Arts District

Camden Yards Finds Success in First Concert with Billy Joel

One lifelong fan reminisces as Orioles plan to host more big shows.

ArtsDistrict

Woodstock 50 Officially Cancelled Amid Merriweather Post Pavilion Speculation

Venue agreed to host with artists’ commitment, but organizers called off event Wednesday.

Arts & Culture

Book Reviews: August 2019

The latest from Dan Rodricks and Shawna Potter.

Arts & Culture

Music Reviews: August 2019

The latest from Ami Dang and Patrick McAvinue.

Arts District

Relics of Baltimore's Forgotten Punk Scene Showcased in New Metro Gallery Exhibit

Celebrated Summer Records owner Tony Pence curates fliers, photos, and music from 1977 to 1989.

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