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Terps star Melo Trimble gets name-dropped in new rap song

Terps star Melo Trimble gets name-dropped in new rap song

Maryland men's basketball point guard Melo Trimble had a good Saturday. On the court, he hit the game-winning free throws in a 71-70 win over Oklahoma State. In the culture, he got a shoutout from Washington native and rapper Wale in "Groundhog Day," a song he released in response to J. Cole's ...

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  • Gettysburg Hall of Presidents museum closes, wax figures to be auctioned

    Gettysburg Hall of Presidents museum closes, wax figures to be auctioned

    Forty-three U.S. presidents will be looking for homes next month, as Gettysburg’s Hall of Presidents and First Ladies, which closed in late November, will be auctioning off the wax figures that have been entertaining tourists for more than half-a-century. The figures, along with other museum contents,...

  • It's the moments that make 'A Christmas Story,' coming to Hippodrome

    It's the moments that make 'A Christmas Story,' coming to Hippodrome

    How popular is "A Christmas Story," the 1983 film about a young boy in a bunny suit, a Red Ryder BB gun and a leg lamp that ends up in pieces on the living-room floor? Popular enough that you can actually buy one of those leg lamps on Ebay (only $169.99!). Popular enough that "You'll shoot your...

  • Two Peabody alums gain new conducting posts

    Two Peabody alums gain new conducting posts

    Two young conductors who studied at Baltimore's Peabody Institute made significant career steps in recent days. Stephen Mulligan has been named assistant conductor of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and music director of the Atlanta Symphony Youth Orchestra, starting with the 2017-2018 season. And...

  • Center Stage returns to home base with 'Les Liaisons Dangereuses'

    Center Stage returns to home base with 'Les Liaisons Dangereuses'

    You might call it "The Game of Moans." The 1782 novel "Les Liaisons Dangereuses" ("Dangerous Liaisons") by Choderlos de Laclos paints a damning portrait of two French aristocrats engaged in a chess match of seduction, manipulation, betrayal and revenge. Playwright Christopher Hampton's 1985 adaptation...

  • Ballet Theatre of Md. gives Baltimore its first professional ballet company residency since 1993

    Ballet Theatre of Md. gives Baltimore its first professional ballet company residency since 1993

    Don't let the toe shoes fool you. They might look like nothing but pearl-colored satin and glossy ribbons, but those kicks are made to take a pounding. When the Ballet Theatre of Maryland's dancers bourree onto the stage Saturday to perform "The Nutcracker" in the Modell Performing Arts Center...

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