Downtown gets its own outdoor music festival.
Sure, there are plenty of music festivals around Maryland. But on September 15, we’ll have one right in our own backyard: the Charm City Music Festival.
“I’ve been a promoter here for 15 years and...
Dan Deacon - America (Domino), Height With Friends - Rock and Roll (Friends/Cold Rhymes)
Dan Deacon - America (Domino)
I’ve long maintained that Deacon is a natural link between Baltimore’s indie rock/club culture and the classical-music scene at the Meyerhoff, and this disc furthers...
A new Highlandtown studio teaches circus performance.
With Cirque du Soleil in town this month, you might be wondering, “How in the hell do they do that?” Well, you can find out at local studio Charm City Movement Arts (CCMA), which offers circus...
A local group of performers redefines the rock opera.
The term rock opera usually conjures up images of earnest classic rock pieces like The Who’s Tommy or Pink Floyd’s The Wall.
But the performers in Baltimore Rock Opera Society—with amusing acronym...
<p>An unlikely partnership produces a street-art spectacle to lure visitors to Station North.</p>
Startling images have been popping up on buildings around Station North. Seemingly overnight, bold stripes and peculiar geometric shapes cover a wall overlooking the parking lot across from The...
<p>A Hampden gallery proves hippie posters are works of art.</p>
Mesmerized, Glen Trosch gazed at—and on some level into—a Grateful Dead concert poster.
To Trosch, then a 20-year-old Baltimorean in San Francisco to see his favorite band perform on New Year’s Eve...
<p>A new erotic novel is sweeping up Baltimore Women</p>
Ah, the beauty of e-readers: The person sitting next to you could be scrolling through anything: a crime novel, a recipe book, or the latest in erotica fiction.
The latter is certainly the case with...
<p>After shaking up the dance world, choreographer Liz Lerman comes to Baltimore with a lot on her mind. </p>
There’s an oft-repeated quote that’s been attributed to Frank Zappa that “writing about music is like dancing about architecture.” Upon hearing it, Liz Lerman smiles. “Of course it is,” she says. “...
A local drummer starts a virtual music lesson website
It’s a tale as old as time: An experienced guitarist sits down with a young kid who just wants to learn the basics. They have an hour-long lesson in which they discuss tuning, chord progression, and...
Whether on the podium or on the air, Tom Hall knows the score.
Tom Hall claps his hands, and the 130 singers in front of him immediately hush. Hall frequently halts the proceedings during Baltimore Choral Arts Society’s rehearsals at Grace United Methodist...