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Two decades in, Blink-182 finds new frontman, familiar sound

Two decades in, Blink-182 finds new frontman, familiar sound

Soon after Blink-182 stormed onto the San Diego scene in the 1990s, the pop-punk band came to define a generation raised on skateboarding, Capri Sun and "Dumb and Dumber." Now, there's only one original member remaining — and, two decades into his career, "it feels like a new beginning." Mark Hoppus,...

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  • Confronting race, violence through art at Galerie Myrtis

    Confronting race, violence through art at Galerie Myrtis

    That post-racial society we were all supposed to be enjoying by now remains elusive, which makes “To Be Black in White America,” opening Saturday at Galerie Myrtis, all the more powerful. The show, part of the Artscape Gallery Network, offers a timely commentary as much on old days as the here...

  • High-tech tools inspire creativity at Abingdon library's Innovation Lab

    High-tech tools inspire creativity at Abingdon library's Innovation Lab

    Collage artist and jewelry maker Monette Alishia couldn’t believe her good fortune when she heard that a 3-D printer was available for public use. She had learned to use the technology in a New York City art class, but had no local, affordable access to these printers. Since she found the 3-D printer...

  • Meet the movers and shakers of Harford County's arts scene

    Meet the movers and shakers of Harford County's arts scene

    Take a peek backstage or around the corner at an art show, and you’ll find them: unseen forces who are shaping the arts scene in Harford County. Whether they’re directing an art gallery, promoting concerts, securing the next big act or awarding money to local artists, these influential leaders...

  • Book review: Anne Tyler's 'Vinegar Girl' a clever riff on Shakespeare's 'Shrew'

    Book review: Anne Tyler's 'Vinegar Girl' a clever riff on Shakespeare's 'Shrew'

    Is there any living American writer who has written as well about marriage as Anne Tyler? Or who has consistently been as honest about the disconnect between fantasies of lovebirds living happily ever after and the often sad but also funny miracle of two separate people actually staying together?...

  • Why you need to know military artist Nate Ostrow

    Why you need to know military artist Nate Ostrow

    Nate Ostrow paints with shimmery watercolor pastels to capture the motion and might of the American military’s helicopters, ships, cutters, planes and armed forces personnel at work. The draftsperson-turned-artist moved from Ocean Township, N.J. to Bel Air during the BRAC relocation process and...

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