20 reasons we love fall in Baltimore [Pictures]
Ah, fall 2012 in Baltimore -- a nip in the air, leaves turned flaming red and, for the first time in 15 years, the Orioles were in the postseason. What's not to love? Here are 20 reasons -- some recurring, some unique to this year -- why fall in Baltimore promises to be something special.
-- Chris Kaltenbach
• Also see: The Baltimore Sun's Fall Arts Guide | Baltimore's best fall arts events | Fall festivals
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Center Stage at 50( Lloyd Fox, Baltimore Sun Photo / May 4, 2011 )
Baltimore's Center Stage is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, as well as its first season under artistic director Kwame Kwei-Armah (pictured). With a fall lineup that includes Arthur Miller's "An Enemy of the People" (directed by Kwei-Armah ), a look at one of Baltimore's favorite sons with "The Completely Fictional -- Utterly True -- Final Strange Tale of Edgar Allan Poe" and William Inge's "Bus Stop" (you might remember the movie version, which starred Marilyn Monroe), Center Stage remains one feisty quinquagenarian.
• Venue information: Center Stage in Mount Vernon