Yes, I know it will be tough for me on Judgment Day, but I have to confess a very modest appetite for Christmas-related, or just plain holiday-related, concerts. I can happily go several years between hearing Handel's "Messiah," for instance, even though I do admire the work.
Ah, Christmastime, when the nippy air is filled with heartwarming thoughts of family, friends and cold-blooded murder.
The Hippodrome Theatre's 2015-2016 Broadway Series will include the hit musical "Kinky Boots" and an effort to eliminate a long-standing kink in the process of buying subscriptions.
A cozy block of Read Street in Mount Vernon has a new neighbor in a storefront last occupied by a liquor store. The spirits emanating from the space now are of a more ethereal nature.
It was just a group of young Baltimore guys talking about nothing — and everything — during the twilight of the 1950s, when so much was about to change. How they expressed their schemes and dreams, usually while settled into booths at the eatery that was their habitual hangout,...
Over the weekend, two classical artists who can be counted on to have something to say through music, and say it dynamically, gave recitals in the Baltimore area.
In 1842, Barnum's City Hotel, at the corner of Calvert and Fayette streets, welcomed Charles Dickens, who promptly proclaimed the hostelry among the finest he had sampled.
Baltimore is nicely represented among the 57th Annual Grammy Awards nominees.