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The Baltimore Sun

Mary Carole McCauley

Writer

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

  • BMA to open show of 200 artworks acquired for the institution's centennial

    BMA to open show of 200 artworks acquired for the institution's centennial

    The Baltimore Museum of Art is opening an exhibit on Feb. 7 of more than 200 of the dazzling, quirky, enigmatic and enchanting artworks that it has acquired in celebration of the institution's centennial. "What you'll see in these galleries is just the tip of the iceberg," said Jay Fisher, the...

  • Two young Arctic foxes make debut at Maryland Zoo

    Two young Arctic foxes make debut at Maryland Zoo

    Same species, different coats. Timber and Luna, two 8-month-old Arctic foxes, made their public debut Friday at the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore. The two frisky young animals joined the Polar Bear Watch section and "have spent the last few days becoming acclimated to their new exhibit home," said...

  • Baltimore native Ta-Nehisi Coates a finalist for 2016 PEN Literary Awards

    Baltimore native Ta-Nehisi Coates a finalist for 2016 PEN Literary Awards

    The honors keep rolling in for the Baltimore-born author Ta-Nehisi Coates. He is one of five authors placed on the shortlist for the 2016 PEN Literary Awards' essay award, which carries a $10,000 prize. Coates was recognized for his memoir, "Between the World and Me," a searing account of racism...

  • Chicken Rico to open sixth area restaurant in Dundalk

    Chicken Rico to open sixth area restaurant in Dundalk

    A bit more than a year after opening a new restaurant in the Inner Harbor, Chicken Rico will introduce the sixth of its fast casual dining establishments later this year in Dundalk. The company issued a press release saying it would open a Chicken Rico in a shopping center at 1245 Merritt Boulevard...

  • Stoop Storytelling at 10: Revisiting three impactful Baltimore stories

    Stoop Storytelling at 10: Revisiting three impactful Baltimore stories

    If you've sat in the audience and listened to the stranger-than-fiction stories, chances are you'll never forget them. There's the medical intern who witnessed her first death. The man who "fished" for rats in Baltimore alleys. The Baltimore business owner, a new U.S. citizen — and former illegal...

  • Panel at Reginald Lewis Museum tackles police-community relations

    Panel at Reginald Lewis Museum tackles police-community relations

    Gail Allen is 52 years old, college-educated and once worked for the FBI. She's lived in Baltimore all her life, and until the Freddie Gray riots, she had never been afraid of the police. "Now I am," she said Saturday, from her position in the audience at a panel discussion about rebuilding her...

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