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The highs and lows of Baltimore's arts scene for 2015

From a comedian named Amy to an essayist named Watkins, Baltimore’s arts and entertainment scene for 2015 ran the gamut.

From hello (the world premiere of “Marley”) to good-bye (see ya later, “Veep”), from triumph (Ta-Nehisi Coates landing a well-deserved National Book Award) to tragedy (like everything else here, the A&E scene was forced to grapple with the unrest following the death of Freddie Gray) — like the city it helps to define, the arts in Baltimore enjoyed its highs and dealt with its lows.

Here are key arts-related events that helped define what it was like to live in Baltimore in 2015.

By Chris Kaltenbach
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