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  • Region's innovative arts education and programs give outlet, experience

    Region's innovative arts education and programs give outlet, experience

    At Baltimore Youth Arts, teenagers are painting murals around the city. At Mercy High School, students are performing alongside music and theater professionals. And at Creative Alliance, kids are using Baltimore club music to learn new dance techniques. Around the region, new and innovative educational...

  • Give a listen to these recordings with Baltimore ties

    Give a listen to these recordings with Baltimore ties

    The supposedly long-dead classical recording industry keeps churning out products every month, including some with strong Baltimore connections. Here's a roundup of recent releases that prove to be well worth a spin on the compact disc player, or your favorite downloading device: CORIGLIANO: Symphony...

  • Artistic visions of pre-flood Ellicott City become tools for recovery

    Artistic visions of pre-flood Ellicott City become tools for recovery

    Admirers of historic Ellicott City may be wishing they could go back in time and take one last look at the quaint mill town as it was before a July 30 flash flood nearly destroyed it and closed Main Street to traffic. Wish granted, more or less. Thanks to an extended exhibit and sale of artwork...

  • Cultural exchange unites street artists from Buenos Aires and Baltimore

    Cultural exchange unites street artists from Buenos Aires and Baltimore

    Baltimore's street art scene is even more vibrant than usual this week. A cultural exchange called "Roots/Raices" has brought together local and Latin American street artists to explore social and racial issues. The most visible component is a big, bold mural by Argentine Alfredo Segatori and Uruguayan-born,...

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  • Jonah Hill kills, but 'War Dogs' misses its target

    Jonah Hill kills, but 'War Dogs' misses its target

    Truth may be stranger than fiction, but that hasn’t stopped the makers of “War Dogs” from trying to tame that strangeness into submission. Set during the final years of the George W. Bush administration, this slipshod comic thriller purports to tell the wild and crazy tale of Efraim Diveroli and...

  • 'Kubo and the Two Strings' spins a wondrous stop-motion yarn

    'Kubo and the Two Strings' spins a wondrous stop-motion yarn

    In “Kubo and the Two Strings,” a 3-D wonderment steeped in ancient Japanese folklore and brought to life by the stop-motion innovators at Laika Entertainment, magic is both an eye-popping phenomenon and an everyday reality. The Kubo of the title is a plucky, imaginative 11-year-old boy with an...

  • The updated 'Ben-Hur' has little to offer besides chariot thrills

    The updated 'Ben-Hur' has little to offer besides chariot thrills

    "Ben-Hur" is quite the sitting duck. What, after all, makes a more inviting target than an attempt to refurbish a film that won a then-record 11 Oscars, including best picture, and earned a ton of money to boot? Yet, on the other hand, that 1959 "Ben-Hur" was hardly a sacred text but rather a remake...

  • Chris Pine and Jeff Bridges celebrate the 'cowboy poetry' of modern western 'Hell or High Water'

    Chris Pine and Jeff Bridges celebrate the 'cowboy poetry' of modern western 'Hell or High Water'

    Some images just conjure the traditions of the American West, such as lawmen chasing bandits across a barren plain. Even with modern additions such as cellphones, cars or foreclosure concerns, the iconography of the western still has a powerful pull for filmmakers and audiences alike. The new “Hell...

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