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.
Meet a middle-aged couple who don't want to grow up.
Both focus on same family, but are vastly different works
Theater company will perform season's last two shows at Towson University
Latest Nicholas Spark romance doesn't offer much beyond the novelty of seeing Clint Eastwood's kid in action.
Doreen Bolger will advise the museum while it chooses her successor
Show is largest and most comprehensive of Eddy Mumma's work
Festival to occur in 2016. But what is it exactly?
Helen Mirren takes on the Austrian government to bring her family's stolen painting home. So why isn't this film more exciting?
The franchise handles Paul Walker's death with grace.
You'll never look at someone walking toward you the same way.
Project now showcases street art from around the world
Kiddie fare irritates a bit more than it entertains.
How do you make Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart unfunny? Watch this film to find out!
Lead actor became Internet sensation singing "Redemption Song"
Artists encourage passers-by to share their depictions of "home"
An alarmingly jacked up Sean Penn stars in this tired action thriller.
Second film in the dystopian series starts slow and never quite takes off.
Baltimore artist Joyce Scott to move into new Station North art space.
Collaboration on display above Charles Street through April 6.
A friendship between two old gangsters is destroyed when one kills the other's son.
Piece is the first for reopened nomadic museum The Contemporary
Max Weiss is the managing editor of Baltimore and a film and pop culture critic.
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