Documentary on the most famous band you've never heard of.
New work is a seamless weaving of family memoir, social history, and cultural criticism.
Here’s where to find live music from July to September in Baltimore and beyond.
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Rosamund Pike delivers, but this dark comedy comes up short.
A local artist gives a makeover to a Baltimore icon.
The local musician launches Distorting Time on WTMD.
The competition is on! Pick your favorite crab houses each week and be entered to win 510 Johnny's Taste of Summer package.
Painter Jim Voshell quickly became a leading documentarian of the changing city.
'The Office of Historical Corrections' is informed, exquisite writing that demands to be read.
Artists from Baltimore and beyond offer their responses to themes of change, understanding, and new starts.
The Baltimore native credits this city for giving her a solid foundation from which to grow musically.
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Examining the origins, and urgency, of the #FreeBritney movement
Feature-length doc on Pocomoke City exposes racism directed at former Baltimore detective-turned-local police chief.
After a hiatus last year, The Valentonez will offer pop-up performances for loved ones on Feb. 14.
As part of his groundbreaking work, Richards curates playlists that help support participants through their existential experiences, aka clinical “trips.”
Expert Amy Latta tells us all about the soothing craft, which merges the art of calligraphy with more modern fonts.
Despite one of the most challenging times for small businesses, the community continues to rally around the Black-owned culture center.
Our monthly roundup of openings, events, and news from the art world.
Oh yay, another serial killer film.
Martin Scorsese lets Fran be Fran—turns out, that's enough.
A new design gem is offering a place for students, creatives, and others to learn and experiment.
Four legends convene in one motel room in Regina King’s powerful directorial debut.
The state of movie theaters was a bummer for those of us who like to do it in the dark, but this year still gave us some pretty remarkable films.
Tom Hanks Western is exactly the film we need right now.
A near masterpiece from Pixar, if only they'd kept their feet on the ground.
The first great revenge pic of the #MeToo era.