Center Stage to premiere musical about Bob Marley by Kwame Kwei-Armah

Center Stage to premiere musical about Bob Marley by Kwame Kwei-Armah 

The new work, with a score comprised of Marley's music, will close the Center Stage season, running May 6 to June 14, 2015.

Inaugural Fields Festival celebrates city's arts scene with weekend camping trip

The idyllic scene Amanda Schmidt envisions on a recent Monday afternoon sounds less like a music festival and more like a serene, anything-goes camping trip...

For these musicians, a fateful first listen

Classical artists talk about the pieces that inspired them.

Smithsonian accepts archival material from Baltimore's LGBT community center 

Items will be added to LGBT history collection at National Museum of American History in Washington.

Lineup for Free Fall Baltimore 2014 announced 

More than 200 free events slated for October

In Midtown, plans to turn wasteland into wonderland 

Developers hope to transform vacant lot into art park, concert venue.

It's easy to see where the bus stops in Highlandtown 

Arty transit stop draws national nods.

'Local Color 2014' exhibit at Artists' Gallery looks at Howard landscapes

There's a lot of color in the world around us, but sometimes it takes an artist to make us pay attention to it.

Annapolis Shakespeare ends Playhouse residency with swirling 'Tempest'

After three successful seasons, the Annapolis Shakespeare Company is completing its final production as a resident theater company at Bowie Playhouse with a fine production of Shakespeare's "The Tempest," continuing weekends through Aug. 17.

Street artist Reed Bmore stages a high wire act 

MICA grad's sculptures become Internet sensation

Thriller author Fesperman explores capacity of drone warfare, spying 

'Unmanned' author to read from his new novel at the Ivy Bookshop

Review: 'Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage' by Haruki Murakami

"Poets die adolescents," Robert Lowell wrote, and it's supposed to be romantic. Personally I think it sounds like hell. Just imagine: never growing out of your teenage rawness to the world, your pathological vulnerability to insults and beauty, your terrible godlike hormones.

Greenbridge Pottery, in Dayton, celebrates 30 years of turning clay and glaze into art

The wares that come out of Greenbridge Pottery, in Dayton, are known around the world. Even in Saudi Arabia, a princess has a set of dishes made by Becky Moy, shop owner.



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