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  • Emerging Hopkins center harmonizing music and medicine

    Emerging Hopkins center harmonizing music and medicine

    For his fourth-grade science project, Alex Pantelyat compared the effects of classical and rock music on plants. Mozart, he recalled, helped the leaves flourish. Led Zeppelin caused wilting. He never figured out why, but 25 years later, Pantelyat, remains fascinated by the relationship between...

  • Baltimore's comedy scene continues to grow, nurture aspiring talent

    Baltimore's comedy scene continues to grow, nurture aspiring talent

    Jessica Henkin remembers Baltimore’s comedy scene in the late 1990s. Not that there’s all that much to remember. “There was zero comedy going on, or if there was, it was either super-bizarre or fringe-y,” says Henkin, 43, co-founder of the Stoop Storytelling series and a comedy practitioner in...

  • Adventurous pedal steel guitarist wins top Baker Artist Award, $40,000 prize

    Adventurous pedal steel guitarist wins top Baker Artist Award, $40,000 prize

    An adventurous Baltimore musician was awarded one of the region’s largest arts prizes Thursday night as the top winner of the 2017 Baker Artist Awards. Susan Alcorn, who has taken the pedal steel guitar far beyond its traditional country western environment, was awarded the $30,000 Mary Sawyers...

  • Everyman Theatre cast romps through 'Noises Off'

    Everyman Theatre cast romps through 'Noises Off'

    And you thought the secret of the universe was deep. Nope. It all boils down to just doors and sardines. This piece of wisdom gets dispatched early on in “Noises Off,” the intricately stitched comedy from 1982 now at Everyman Theatre in a diverting revival. Delivered in the mellifluous baritonal...

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