Literary festival celebrates its 21st year, and returns to the Inner Harbor in September.
Tilda Swinton and Ralph Fiennes shine in this sensual thriller.
Second art and innovation festival will fun for nine days in 2017.
Watch the actors and crew as they present two iconic plays in one day.
Who knew Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe were so funny?
Susan Sarandon shines again in this mostly light-hearted film about grief.
Visual artist Joyce Scott receives $50,000 prize
Comedian announces dates for May 17 and 18 at The Lyric.
It's superhero against superhero...again.
Work by New York-based artist Abigail DeVille occupies historic Peale Museum.
For local cinema lovers, it's the most wonderful time of the year.
Christopher Bedford is now director at Brandeis University art museum.
Young Audiences’ 10th annual fundraiser will host 25 restaurants and diverse art lineup.
In Dublin, a 15-year-old boy starts a band to win the girl.
Community honors The Purple One with cocktails, dance parties, and movie screenings.
Speeches, rallies, and performances planned throughout the city.
Rudyard Kipling's classic is brought to life in this eye-popping live action adventure.
Bros are people, too, you know.
Symphonic piece changed direction after Freddie Gray’s death.
Event’s 13th year to feature poet Claudia Rankine and new locations.
First show May 5 to include Ra Ra Riot and Hey Marseilles.
The comedian returns to her alma mater and talks college, body image, and crab dip.
The BSO partners with Parsons and Under Armour to bring a modern flair to their uniforms.
Misbegotten Melissa McCarthy vehicle wastes both its premise and its star.
City touts inaugural festival a success and starts to plan for next year.
Your best photos from the festival of light and innovation.
Weeklong sessions highlight social, tech, and creative innovation.
Five neighborhood displays also feature performances and interactive elements.
Performances return to Mt. Vernon after building’s multi-million-dollar renovation.
From the kickoff parade to Thomas Dolby, inaugural festival provides feast for the senses.
Art and performance picks from the inaugural festival’s organizers.
The hype surrounding the massive arts fest is rubbing off on the food scene.
The theatre will celebrate its 25th anniversary in epic scale.
It's gloomy and gloomier!
Diverse lineup features The Chainsmokers, Fetty Wap, and All Time Low.
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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