The museum’s renovated Contemporary Wing makes good use of local talent.
Kristen Hileman walks through The Baltimore Museum of Art’s Contemporary Wing, looking for signs of progress. The wing closed for extensive renovations almost two years ago, and, on this September...
Arrangements: Peabody Jazz Alumni
Gary Thomas has been director of Peabody’s jazz department for 10 years now, leading his students in the Peabody Improvisation and Multimedia Ensemble (PIME). In May...
Party On: 23 ways to celebrate
There’s a ton of events for all ages on tap in Baltimore for the 200th anniversary of the War of 1812. Here’s a roundup:
Wednesday, June 13
Head for the harbor to see a massive fleet of 13 towering...
<p>The Bizarre Lives Of The Men Behind The Most Brazen Heist In Maryland History</p>
Shortly after the library of the Maryland Historical Society opened on the warm morning of July 9, two men dressed in jackets and ties arrived at the society’s Mt. Vernon complex. After registering...
With the opening of the National Pinball Museum this month, we decided to do a rundown on our city's quirkiest museums.
National Pinball Museum608 Water StreetMoving from its Georgetown location to Power Plant this month, the National Pinball Museum features 900 pinball machines, from an original French one to a Star...
A city budget crisis threatens to close the Poe House. Here are five ways to save it.
Due to budget constraints, the City recently cut off an estimated $85,000 in funding for the Edgar Allan Poe House and Museum, leading to its possible closure in 2012. Since the news broke, Poe...
With Simpsons creator Matt Groening and Maryland artist John Root Hopkins aboard for the fun, the museum’s next show is a hoot.
Like so many visionary artists, it seems, John Root Hopkins lives in the middle of nowhere. Outside Cambridge on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, Route 16 rolls past clusters of aluminum sided houses and...