Little did John Quincy Adams know.
As an aspiring filmmaker with a hankering to stay local, Julia Golonka loved what she was seeing on North Avenue. And as Baltimore's Station North Arts District positions itself more and more as a hub where movies and television shows are made, studied and exhibited, chances are she won't be alone.
Paul Liller, acting executive director of the GLCCB talks about Pride prep and what's next for gay rights
Celebrating its 40th year, Baltimore Pride gives Charm City's LGBTQ community a weekend to show up, show off and show everyone, regardless of sexual orientation, how to have a good time. Here's a partial schedule of events; keep in mind that many area clubs and bars, especially those in the Mount...
Artwork from Flaming Lips' frontman Wayne Coyne will go on display this fall at Baltimore's American Visionary Art Museum, as part of an exhibit titled "The Big Hope Show."
Baltimore's Stoop Storytelling series, wherein everyday Joes and Janes are invited to tell their best stories in front of a paying audience, will be moving its 2015-16 season to the Senator Theatre.
The vast scale of Artscape can be intimidating for festival vets and virgins alike. Let us be your guide with our picks of must-do Artscape events throughout the weekend. And yes, this is just the tip of the arts fest iceberg.
Owner says construction, declining business convinced him "it was time"