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  • Michelle Obama portraitist Amy Sherald to appear on CBS Sunday Morning

    Michelle Obama portraitist Amy Sherald to appear on CBS Sunday Morning

    Baltimore-based artist Amy Sherald, who painted the portrait of Michelle Obama for the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, is scheduled to be featured today on the CBS Sunday Morning show. The show’s website says that correspondent Alex Wagner will profile Sherald, who earned her MFA at Maryland...

  • BSO spotlights neglected African-American composer Florence Price

    BSO spotlights neglected African-American composer Florence Price

    Friday night’s Baltimore Symphony Orchestra concert proved rewarding in many ways, not the least that it opened with a piece by Florence Price, a trailblazer as an African-American woman in the first half of the 20th century. That this Arkansas-born composer — whose output includes symphonies,...

  • Time traveling with the Cone sisters, Gertrude Stein in new Rep Stage play

    Time traveling with the Cone sisters, Gertrude Stein in new Rep Stage play

    At the center of “All She Must Possess,” the entertaining play by Susan McCully receiving its world premiere at Rep Stage, is Etta Cone, the unassuming half of the celebrated sisters from Baltimore who amassed an astounding collection of contemporary art at the turn of the 20th century. But Etta...

  • Truly best in show: Westminster winner makes Broadway debut

    Truly best in show: Westminster winner makes Broadway debut

    America's new top dog became best in a Broadway show. Flynn the bichon frise took quite a victory lap on Valentine's Day, hours after he won the Westminster Kennel Club dog show at Madison Square Garden. The white powder puff's tour of the town finished Wednesday night with a walk-on part in the...

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  • 'Annihilation' review: Natalie Portman leads journey to the center of the blob

    'Annihilation' review: Natalie Portman leads journey to the center of the blob

    In the popular culture and various corners of our own lives, we confront the unknown in one form or another, learning something about our own fears and desires. The examples defy rational explanation. The Monolith in “2001: A Space Odyssey.” The Mist in Stephen King’s novella. The Smoke Monster...

  • 'Game Night' review: A trivial pursuit gets serious

    'Game Night' review: A trivial pursuit gets serious

    The modest but legitimate payoffs in the new action comedy “Game Night” owe everything to the comedy and not much to the action. Most of the truly great action pictures (this isn’t trying to be one of them) are spiced with wit. A lot of our best comedies (and “Game Night” is not trying to be one...

  • 'A Fantastic Woman' review: A lover left behind, fighting for the right to mourn

    'A Fantastic Woman' review: A lover left behind, fighting for the right to mourn

    When the Chilean force of nature known as Daniela Vega barrels down a hallway, or stares down a dismissive, callous or uncomprehending obstacle, it’s a fierce sight to see. Vega, a trans Chilean performer trained in the theater and also known as a vocalist in her native Santiago, plays the leading...

  • 'Black Panther' review: A sleek Marvel of a kingly superhero

    'Black Panther' review: A sleek Marvel of a kingly superhero

    “Just because something works does not mean it cannot be improved.” So says the tech-wizard sister of the title character in “Black Panther.” It’s an apt credo for this soulful, stirringly acted and pretty terrific movie’s place in the Marvel Studios realm. As a rule, these movies basically work,...

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