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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

  • Name to know: Jen Grow, writer

    Name to know: Jen Grow, writer

    As part of The Baltimore Sun's Fall Arts Guide, reporters and critics picked 10 up-and-comers whose names you should get to know. See the full list here.  Jen Grow, 49, writer Jen Grow's life as a mermaid began in the 1980s. Then a teenager, Jen sat down and wrote her first story, which was called...

  • Name to know: Stephen Towns, visual artist

    Name to know: Stephen Towns, visual artist

    As part of The Baltimore Sun's Fall Arts Guide, reporters and critics picked 10 up-and-comers whose names you should get to know. See the full list here.  Stephen Towns, 36, visual artist Portraits of modern-day saints hang on the walls of Stephen Towns' Station North studio, their gaze both a...

  • Name to know: Lynne Bellinger, ballerina

    Name to know: Lynne Bellinger, ballerina

    As part of The Baltimore Sun's Fall Arts Guide, reporters and critics picked 10 up-and-comers whose names you should get to know. See the full list here.  Lynne Bellinger, 31, ballerina Lynne Bellinger didn't realize how much she loved classical dance until she walked away from it while she was...

  • Man and woman shot Saturday on West North Avenue

    Man and woman shot Saturday on West North Avenue

    A man and a woman were shot in the Mount Holly neighborhood Saturday minutes before the sun went down. Both are expected to live. Baltimore police officers called to the 3400 block of W. North Avenue at 7:56 p.m. found a 30-year-old woman with a gunshot wound in her back. At about the same time,...

  • At cops and kids softball game, tension subsides

    At cops and kids softball game, tension subsides

    In what was perhaps a first for either party, Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby pinch hit Saturday for Police Commissioner Kevin Davis when she threw out the first pitch during a softball game between cops and kids.Previously, it had been announced in a news release issued by the Northwood...

  • Adnan Syed's story, as told by friend and advocate Rabia Chaudry

    Adnan Syed's story, as told by friend and advocate Rabia Chaudry

    In late June, Rabia Chaudry was balanced on the brink between success and failure. She'd been fighting to free her friend, Adnan Syed, from prison since 1999. It's a battle that consumed Chaudry's life and has informed every aspect of who she is today. Seventeen years of ceaseless efforts against...

  • Baltimore author Mikita Brottman 'serious as a heart attack'

    Baltimore author Mikita Brottman 'serious as a heart attack'

    An off-white piano sits in the living room of Mikita Brottman's apartment in the Belvedere Hotel. On a shelf is a glass jar containing a piglet pickled in formaldehyde. There's an antique metal bird cage, an old dress form and a collection of preserved beetles with jewel-colored shells. The apartment...

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