Local guitarist says the Baltimore blues scene is just starting to take off.
Baltimore-born singer still proud of song that made him famous
Artist's first solo show features works documenting protests and unity
Bigger isn't better in this pandering sequel.
Independent film's answer to The Fault in Our Stars is clever but insincere.
A boy, his dog . . . and a really lame script.
Morgan State University Students paste portraits on Station North building
Dance Theatre of Harlem ballet master and Baltimore native returns for this weekend's performance
Pixar meets Freud in this breathtakingly inventive comedy.
Three big Baltimore bands join other local artists to perform at Pier Six in August.
Frontman Stephan Jenkins tells us about the new album, his favorite Baltimore spots, and the future of the band.
A penetrating look at the genius and personal demons of The Beach Boys' Brian Wilson.
Facility will offer studios, classes, facilities at affordable cost
The gender stereotypes are dinosaurs, too.
34-year-old festival will include water elements and themed performances.
Festival to bring light, art, music, and innovation to Baltimore in 2016
The three-day music and arts festival takes place this weekend.
Just call her McCarthy. Melissa McCarthy.
The boys are back. They should've stayed away.
Saxophonist Gary Bartz will play multiple sets with his quartet at An die Musik
In this case, Aloha definitely means goodbye.
Baltimore-based duo to release Depression Cherry on Aug. 28
Even silly disaster films need a little perspective.
Donations will get you admission to “it’s a love thing.”
Retiring director of the Baltimore Museum of Art talks about her 17-year tenure, and what's next
A happy pill in cinematic form.
Family friendly sci-fi starts out magical, gets bogged down by a moralizing and uninspired third act.
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
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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