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Arts District

Culture Club: Mark Bradford at the BMA, Taste of Tuva with Joyce Scott, and Mono Practice Opens

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

News & Community

Moving Images

Look back at 70 years of WJZ-TV through words and photos.

Arts District

Culture Club: The Cone Sisters, The Community Project, and the African-American Arts Festival

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

The Chatter

Trial Starts for Van Driver in Freddie Gray Case

Officer Caesar Goodson Jr. faces charge of second-degree depraved heart murder.

Arts District

CityLit Festival Grows, Turns Focus On Social Justice

Event’s 13th year to feature poet Claudia Rankine and new locations.

The Chatter

Catherine Pugh Takes Lead Over Dixon in Mayor’s Race

New poll shows state senator has opened a six-point margin over former mayor.

Arts & Culture

Poetic Justice

As the city’s first Youth Poet Laureate, Derick Ebert uses his voice to discuss race, masculinity, and the future of Baltimore.

Arts District

Edgar Allan Poe Statue Gets Birthday Makeover

Conservator removes years of corrosion off the statue at the University of Baltimore plaza

The Chatter

​On Body Language: Why is Ben Carson Connecting With Voters and Martin O’Malley Isn't?

We asked a half-dozen communication experts to assess the two candidates.

News & Community

Second Life

After committing murder at 17, a budding entrepreneur lifts ex-offenders into the workforce.

The Chatter

Kurt Schmoke to Lead University of Baltimore

Former mayor is named president of the University of Baltimore

Outside World

City to Build Mount Royal Avenue Cycle Track

Protected bike route next step in expanding downtown bicycle network.

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