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Valentine's Day events in the Baltimore area

Baltimore isn’t called Charm City for nothing. Valentine’s Day is around the corner (warning!) and people of the city are planning for a heart and candy-filled holiday. So whether you’re a traditional Valentine, an artsy Valentine, a mischievous Valentine, coupled, single or just plain anti-Valentine’s...

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  • Catching up with violinist Joshua Bell, the BSO's centennial guest artist

    Catching up with violinist Joshua Bell, the BSO's centennial guest artist

    The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra is, quite rightly, the primary star of Thursday's centennial concert at Meyerhoff Symphony Hall — 100 years to the day since the ensemble debuted. But a little extra star power doesn't hurt. Joining music director Marin Alsop and the BSO will be one of the most...

  • Scholastic to publish new Harry Potter book

    Scholastic to publish new Harry Potter book

    The eighth story in the Harry Potter series will be published July 31, Scholastic announced today in a press release. "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Parts I & II" by Jack Thorne is a play based on an original story by J.K. Rowling, Thorne and John Tiffany that follows Harry as an employee of...

  • Peabody Chamber Opera ready to ride 'Ghost Train' at B&O Railroad Museum

    Peabody Chamber Opera ready to ride 'Ghost Train' at B&O Railroad Museum

    Now arriving at the B&O Railroad Museum: "Ghost Train," an opera about a mysterious, dangerous vision that rides the rails. British-born American composer Paul Crabtree intended this work to be performed in or around abandoned railway buildings. Peabody Chamber Opera settled on a more practical,...

  • 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...

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  • Love them or hate them, the Coen brothers will leave you laughing with 'Hail, Caesar!'

    Love them or hate them, the Coen brothers will leave you laughing with 'Hail, Caesar!'

    "Hail, Caesar!" indeed. Created by Joel and Ethan Coen, those mighty monarchs of sendups and satires, this droll tribute to and spoof of Hollywood past amuses from beginning to end with its site specific re-creation of the studio system and the movies that made it famous. A hipster mash note to...

  • Boring with or without zombies

    Movie review: Pride and Prejudice and Zombies boring, with or without zombies

    How weird is this: “Pride and Prejudice and Zombies” opens the same day as “The Choice,” starring Teresa Palmer (of the last major zombie-related romance, “Warm Bodies”) and Benjamin Walker (of the last mashup based on a Seth Grahame-Smith novel, “Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter”). Coincidence?...

  • '45 Years' review: Rampling, Courtenay play couple rocked by the past

    '45 Years' review: Rampling, Courtenay play couple rocked by the past

    We see so many cinematic portraits of marriages that engage us without quite ringing true, whoever we are, whatever marriages of our own we may have experienced. Either the depictions of a long-coupled couple are happy in a tidy, reassuring way, or wrenchingly sad, in dramatically convenient (and...

  • Hey, a Nicholas Sparks movie that's not the worst

    Hey, a Nicholas Sparks movie that's not the worst

    Yes, “The Choice” includes the following elements that would make it very easy to mock: —An opening voiceover in which Travis (Benjamin Walker of “In the Heart of the Sea”) declares, “Now, pay attention, 'cause I’m about to tell you the secret to life … you see, every path you take leads to another...

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