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Midnight Sun Wesley Case covers the city's after-hours scene
Over lease dispute, Nacho Mama's says it might leave Canton

Amid a lease fight with their landlord, the owners of Nacho Mama's are threatening to leave the neighborhood the restaurant helped revitalize — and have created a social-media campaign to solicit suggestions on where the Canton stalwart should head next.

"Our lease is coming up & people are asking about other parts of the city. So you tell us, North, South, East or West?"

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Beach House to release new album on Oct. 16

Good things come to those who wait.

After three years without a Beach House album, fans will now get a second new album in less than two months.

The Baltimore dream pop duo announced on Twitter Wednesday that they will release their sixth LP, titled "Thank Your Lucky Stars," on Oct. 16. "Depression Cherry," the band's fifth studio album, came out in late August.

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Katie Crutchfield of Waxahatchee talks feminist camaraderie, touring with Sleater-Kinney

Katie Crutchfield does not shy away from vulnerability. But make no mistake -- she is "not a very fragile person."

She makes that clear from the beginning of "Ivy Tripp," the third album from her indie pop act, Waxahatchee. Aching vocals declare "You take what you want/ You wear it out/ I'm not trying to be a rose," on opening track "Breathless."

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With help from Wayne Coyne, AVAM celebrates 20 years with 'Big Hope Show'

Flaming Lips lead singer Wayne Coyne stands on the second floor of the American Visionary Art Museum on a Sunday afternoon in mid-September, looking every bit the part of a world-traveling frontman for one of music's most popular psychedelic rock groups.

His messy salt-and-pepper hair contrasts with a skintight powder-blue sweatshirt that sports a cartoon face across the chest.

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Through sidewalk art, first-ever Madonnari Arts Festival aims to unify Little Italy

With lauded restaurants like Aldo's and La Tavola, it is easy to understand why city residents and visitors automatically associate Baltimore's Little Italy neighborhood with classic cuisine.

Cyd Wolf, however, wants to remind those same people that Little Italy has much more to offer than a plate of pasta and a glass of wine.

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LB Sky Bar opens atop the Lord Baltimore Hotel

In a city filled with places to drink, residents rarely think to visit bars inside hotels. Brad Daniels, the food and beverage manager for the Lord Baltimore Hotel, aims to change that by inviting patrons to the hotel’s roof.

At 5 p.m. today, the hotel debuted the LB Sky Bar, located atop the West Baltimore Street building.

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