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Submit your event for the Fall Arts & Entertainment Guide

The Baltimore Sun is collecting event information for its 2015 Fall Arts & Entertainment Guide, out Sept. 11.

Baltimore arts and entertainment groups and venues can self-submit fall events (pop music, theater, comedy, classical, jazz, art, film, dance, books, dining, festivals, fairs, lectures, etc.) here.

The deadline for submissions is Aug. 14.

Your self-submitted event will be reviewed by a staff...

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'Bachelor in Paradise' recap: Clare looks to shake things up (already)

Before we begin, I need you all to do something. Tonight, for the first time, we were shown the show's introduction credits for the season. If you watch nothing else your entire life, you have to watch this. The only word I can use is "embarrassing." It’s a good laugh, if nothing else.


Now, on to the show. Night two starts right where we left off, with Clare, who really stirred things...

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'Bachelor in Paradise' recap: Meet the contestants

If you thought the "Bachelor" and "Bachelorette" seasons were ridiculous, you’re not only right, you’re also in for a treat, because "Bachelor in Paradise" is out of control. And I am happily here to recap every bit of it for you. You’re welcome.

Each week through the summer, there will be an episode on Sunday night and another on Monday night, followed by a live after-show with Chris Harrison and...

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Faith No More straddles line between past and present at Merriweather Post Pavilion

Following Faith No More’s fizzle of a farewell in 1998, a reunion of any kind — let alone one that would see the funk-metal quintet mounting a full-scale amphitheater tour — seemed like wishful thinking. Even after the band reunited more than a decade later, they limited stateside shows to a tiny handful of major market events in 2010.

The ups and downs of Faith No More’s career create a trajectory...

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Throwback Thursday: The top 10 songs this week in 1973
From Poe to crabs, Baltimore emojis could soon be on your phone

Communication is always evolving, and that even includes emojis, the malleable, pint-sized icons of faces, objects and symbols available on most smartphones.

Like any local with a love of Bawlmerese, Ross Nochumowitz wanted more options to reflect his love of his city, so the Mount Washington resident created an app titled Baltimore Emojis by Baltimore in a Box. (Nochumowitz is also the owner of Baltimore...

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