From "Amadeus" at Center Stage and "I Love Lucy Live on Stage" at the Hippodrome to soprano Danielle de Niese at Shriver Hall and the Black Keys at Baltimore Arena, live culture in all its forms remains alive and well throughout Charm City. In film, we have a 30th anniversary screening of Wim Wenders' "Paris, Texas" at the Charles and a celebration of the 75th anniversary of the gloriously renovated Senator Theatre. Speaking of anniversaries, be sure to take note of the Baltimore Museum of Art's centennial (including the reopening of architect John Russell Pope's grand staircase entrance off Art Museum Drive) and "The Star-Spangled Banner's" bicentennial (which includes visits from dozens of tall ships, as well as the Navy's Blue Angels, for Baltimore's Star-Spangled Spectacular). If your budget's a little tight, have no fear. The return of Free Fall Baltimore throughout October brings with it more than 200 exhibitions, events and performances, none of which will cost you a thing. -- Chris Kaltenbach MORE: Find more fall arts event listings at baltimoresun.com/events.