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  • Light City expands to 8 neighborhoods for 2017 installations

    Light City expands to 8 neighborhoods for 2017 installations

    Eight Baltimore neighborhoods have been chosen to host their own Light City installations during next year’s Light City Baltimore festival, set for March 31-April 8. The eight neighborhoods -- three more than this year -- will each host satellite installations (dubbed “Neighborhood Lights”) to...

  • Baltimore Symphony Orchestra receives $1.2 million donation to bring low-income students to concerts

    Baltimore Symphony Orchestra receives $1.2 million donation to bring low-income students to concerts

    The philanthropists Mark and Patricia Joseph said Tuesday that they are donating $1.2 million to the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra to bring the city's poorest children to classical music concerts. The gift, which will target city schools with the highest numbers of low-income pupils, will more than...

  • Infinity Theatre rocks with 'Million Dollar Quartet'

    Infinity Theatre rocks with 'Million Dollar Quartet'

    There's something irresistible about eavesdropping on great musicians jamming, away from audiences and expectations. If someone thinks to turn on a microphone during such a session, you can end up with an invaluable souvenir. That's what happened Dec. 4, 1956. In a major case of serendipity, Elvis...

  • Sondheim finalists explore themes of race, religion, sex, violence

    Sondheim finalists explore themes of race, religion, sex, violence

    Playwright and poet Bertolt Brecht argued that art is not so much "a mirror held up to reality, but a hammer with which to shape it." The exhibit of the 2016 Sondheim Artscape Finalists at the Baltimore Museum of Art includes a combination of both notions. On one wall, for example, a display of...

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  • Remember how fun 'Independence Day' was in 1996? Fox hopes 'Resurgence' will bring you back there

    Remember how fun 'Independence Day' was in 1996? Fox hopes 'Resurgence' will bring you back there

    Nostalgia is a polar kind of thing. Those of us who get it, really get it. Those who don't spend much of their time haranguing the first group, wondering why we continue to hang on to the gift card from that TCBY in our college town when we haven't been back there in years, and who ate TCBY after...

  • 'The Shallows': Come on in, the water's Lively

    'The Shallows': Come on in, the water's Lively

    There’s an excellent movie now in theaters: a deeply moving adventure about a traumatized young female who plunges into unfamiliar waters and experiences terror and salvation by way of some computer-generated marine life. But enough about “Finding Dory.” If you’re looking for a quick and satisfying...

  • Matthew McConaughey has the look, but 'Free State of Jones' lacks the grit to be good

    Matthew McConaughey has the look, but 'Free State of Jones' lacks the grit to be good

    In so many Civil War-era photographs, a bone-weariness of spirit, coupled with a kind of faraway intensity, lurks in the soldiers' eyes. Plenty of actors can fake that sort of thing, but Matthew McConaughey really does have it. He looks right and convincing in a period drama such as "Free State...

  • Underdog 'Dark Horse' is cute but underwhelming

    Underdog 'Dark Horse' is cute but underwhelming

    The rise and fall and rise and fall of an unlikely racehorse and the ultimate true-life underdog gets the documentary treatment in “Dark Horse,” directed by Louise Osmond. The tale, ripe for a narrative feature film adaptation, starts with Jan Vokes, a barmaid in a downtrodden Welsh mining town,...

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