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Mary Carole McCauley

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Mary Carole McCauley joined The Sun in 2000 and is an arts reporter specializing in books and visual arts. Previously, she was The Sun’s theater critic and an assistant arts editor. A native Chicagoan, she graduated from the University of Chicago and completed a fellowship for arts journalists at Northwestern University. Her writing has been recognized with a National Headliner Award and three times by the Society for Features Journalism. 

Recent Articles

  • 19th-century Hackerman House reveals its secrets during Walters renovation

    19th-century Hackerman House reveals its secrets during Walters renovation

    Bit by bit and room by room, the grand old house is beginning to reveal its secrets. As Walters Art Museum staff members were preparing the Hackerman House for renovation, they began discovering tantalizing clues about the 166-year-old Greek Revival mansion and the people who once lived inside...

  • Light City Baltimore announces key speakers for 2017 festival

    Light City Baltimore announces key speakers for 2017 festival

    Despite the legal troubles that have threatened to dim the luster of Light City Baltimore, organizers are amping up the wattage for next year's weeklong celebration of innovation and the visual arts.  On Friday, the Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts announced an expanded presence for conference...

  • Hall of Famer Leon Day's 100th birthday celebrated at Babe Ruth Museum

    Hall of Famer Leon Day's 100th birthday celebrated at Babe Ruth Museum

    Saturday in Baltimore was a blue-sky, soft-breezes, 70-degree, short-sleeves, glad to be alive day. The Hall of Fame pitcher Leon Day would have thought it a perfect day to play baseball. It was also ideal for celebrating the 100th anniversary of the birth of Day, a former Baltimorean and stalwart...

  • Lewis Museum installation gives graphic testament to toll of gun violence

    Lewis Museum installation gives graphic testament to toll of gun violence

    They're just small, beige cardboard rectangles tied to a chain link fence, two of the most innocuous, everyday objects imaginable. They almost look like price tags — and in a way, that's exactly what they are. In this case, though, the cost is a human life, as each toe tag bears the name of a victim...

  • Helen Bentley's dresses and hats go on display at the Baltimore Museum of Industry

    Helen Bentley's dresses and hats go on display at the Baltimore Museum of Industry

    Helen Delich Bentley was a former congresswoman, journalist for The Baltimore Sun, fierce advocate for the Baltimore port -- and now a fashion icon. An exhibit of four of Bentley's dresses and a dozen of her hats will go on display at the Baltimore Museum of Industry on Nov. 4, the same day that...

  • In Waverly, many small steps forward

    In Waverly, many small steps forward

    When the Baltimore Orioles left in 1992, lifelong Waverly resident Sonja Merchant-Jones dug in her heels. When the Baltimore Ravens pulled up stakes five years later and moved into their fancy new stadium downtown, it never occurred to Better Waverly stalwart Joe Stewart to relocate. When Memorial...

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