Story of the enterprising reporters who uncovered the Catholic priest scandal is our generation's All the President's Men.
Kentucky Thunder, Keller Williams, The Travelin' McCourys, and new bluegrass lessons come to Druid Hill Park in April.
It didn't feel true to the series.
One girl's journey from Ireland to Brooklyn, told with enormous care and empathy.
Partnership between Maryland Art Place, Green Spring Station brings public art to shoppers.
Baltimore-born writer will appear at Johns Hopkins tonight
Headliners include Mumford & Sons, Florence & The Machine, and Ellie Goulding.
That Way Madness Lies features audience participation—and bingo.
The young Baltimore artist spreads infectious, feel-good vibes through music with producer Drew Scott.
True story of the Chilean mine collapse is a real crowd pleaser. Should it be?
The pioneering '80s musician joins Talking Heads tribute band for holiday charity show.
Acts will include Dan Deacon, Fluid Movement, Single Carrot Theatre, and Baltimore Rock Opera Society.
Daniel Craig is over it...and we can totally tell.
Pearls On a String explores collaboration within three centuries.
Calendars featuring neighborhood business owners to benefit Hampden Family Center.
Bradley Cooper as a rebel chef who wears a leather jacket and rides a motorcyle. Stop laughing, it's actually not horrible!
Performances shine in August Wilson’s Pulitzer Prize- and Tony Award-winning play.
Extraordinary film shows how far a mother will go to protect her child.
Construction to begin soon on 100-year-old Baltimore movie theatre.
Derivative and uninspired supernatural action flick is also not a great vehicle for its star.
Students performed the song they wrote after the death of Freddie Gray
Opening of education center is the last piece of $28 million renovation.
Architectural walking tour highlights more than 50 of the city's historic structures.
Guillermo del Toro's gorgeous gothic horror is a must-see.
Newest venture from The Contemporary will roam around Baltimore this fall
New flavor "Jumping the Fence" inspired by play Fences
Screenwriter Aaron Sorkin has found his latest cinematic surrogate in the visionary Apple founder.
Despite a few hitches, this fictionalized account of Phillipe Petit's famous Twin Tower wire walk will take your breath away.
His friends remember the legendary drag queen, who would be 70 on October 19.
In this gripping morality tale, a young man takes a job with the same predatory real estate agent who evicted him.
How do you survive on an uninhabitable planet all by yourself?
Baltimore native returns home for WPOC's "Weekend in the Country."
De Niro and Hathaway shine in the latest helping of Nancy Meyers's irresistible cinematic comfort food.
Organizers have added 30 stands for booklovers in the Inner Harbor.
Baltimore native gets to live childhood dream
Many winners with local ties at annual Television Academy award ceremony.
Depp is great, but we've seen this movie before.
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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