SCOUT, a production of Shine Creative, features local musicians, artists, and others
reel B.A.D. film nights will feature feature films, local work
Some thoughts on the Mad Men finale.
Director George Miller proves that he's still got it with this gnarly and exuberant reboot.
Performance had the audience dancing and singing in the aisles
Liked the movie? Then you'll like the play. It's nearly an exact replica.
AVAM hopes to attract record crowds.
All proceeds from event will benefit The Baltimore Community Foundation.
World premiere part of Symphony Number One's program
You'll delight in this sensuous adaptation of Thomas Hardy's classic novel.
The legendary artist comes to the Royal Farms Arena this Sunday.
Work sits close to where police took Gray into custody.
Second installment of the Marvel juggarnaut still has appeal, but loses a bit of its novelty factor.
Just in the nick of time.
Company will perform two giants of American playwriting on back-to-back days
How SNL tried—and failed—to cover the Baltimore protests.
Hundreds gather outside Meyerhoff Symphony Hall for half-hour performance
Play 4000 Miles will have earlier performances from tonight through Sunday
Organizers plan to announce new dates soon
The former The Daily Show correspondent brings his stand up to the Ottobar this week
On the pains of looking like Blake Lively for eternity.
Beware of the creepy mad genius making a fembot in the mountains.
The Future Islands frontman is featured under his rap name, Hemlock Ernst.
Collections have more space, improved lighting, and new displays
We're so there.
Photographs and sculpture explore themes of memory, time
The show’s two stars and special effects wow the crowd at the Hippodrome.
Jonah Hill and James Franco play it serious in this bungled true-crime drama.
Project by Baltimore-based FORCE tours local universities
Program features world premiere of multi-disciplinary work.
Max Weiss is the managing editor of Baltimore and a film and pop culture critic.
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Gabriella Souza is the arts and culture editor for Baltimore magazine, where she covers arts, entertainment, music, and culture.
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