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  • Electronic duo Big Gigantic makes its positive mission known

    Electronic duo Big Gigantic makes its positive mission known

    Dominic Lalli, the producer and saxophonist of the Colorado electronic dance music duo Big Gigantic, is the type of optimist who believes music can unite the divided. That’s why he named his group’s new album, released in August, “Brighter Future” and included a mission statement with it. “We can...

  • What happened to Tupac and Biggie? USA Network hopes to find out

    What happened to Tupac and Biggie? USA Network hopes to find out

    “The People v. O.J. Simpson” vet Anthony Hemingway and the USA Network will soon reopen another infamous true-crime case from the 1990s. The still-unsolved murders of rappers Tupac Shakur and Notorious B.I.G. (born Christopher Wallace, and also known as Biggie Smalls) will be explored in a scripted series...

  • Cultures collide with 6ixwire performance

    Cultures collide with 6ixwire performance

    Chamber music styles from across the world will collide at McDaniel College's Chamber Music on the Hill series as the group 6ixwire performs at the college on Sunday. The group features a blending of two instruments, the erhu — a two-string Chinese instrument played by Cathy Yang -— and the violin,...

  • Baltimore photographer to release book of rare Prince photos

    Baltimore photographer to release book of rare Prince photos

    Prince shooting hoops, renting out movie theaters at 4 a.m. and lounging around Paisley Park are all moments Baltimore photographer Steve Parke has captured in his latest book, “Picturing Prince: An Intimate Portrait.” The 53-year-old Canton resident, who was Prince’s art director for over a decade,...

  • Martin Shkreli debuts secret Wu-Tang album after Trump win

    Martin Shkreli debuts secret Wu-Tang album after Trump win

    President-elect Donald Trump's victory Tuesday has prompted embattled pharmaceutical executive Martin Shkreli to publicly debut some songs off the one-of-a-kind Wu-Tang Clan album he bought for $2 million last year. Shkreli promised last month to release "Once Upon a Time in Shaolin" if the Republican...

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