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BDC receives three proposals for Pier Six Pavilion management

BDC receives three proposals for Pier Six Pavilion management

Four entertainment companies — the local Rams Head Group and three of the largest concert promoters in the country — are vying to be the next manager of Baltimore's Pier Six Pavilion. The Baltimore Development Corp. on Thursday reviewed proposals from Rams Head, AEG and a joint proposal from Live...

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  • Lewis Museum names new executive director, Wanda Draper

    Lewis Museum names new executive director, Wanda Draper

    Wanda Q. Draper will join the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History and Culture as the insitution's new executive director next month. Draper is currently WBAL-TV 11's director of programming and public affairs, and she will take on her new role Sept. 28. She replaces A....

  • Region's innovative arts education and programs give outlet, experience

    Region's innovative arts education and programs give outlet, experience

    At Baltimore Youth Arts, teenagers are painting murals around the city. At Mercy High School, students are performing alongside music and theater professionals. And at Creative Alliance, kids are using Baltimore club music to learn new dance techniques. Around the region, new and innovative educational...

  • Would Donald Trump make art great again?

    Would Donald Trump make art great again?

    What would happen to the arts if this country turned to authoritarian leadership? If fundamental freedoms were challenged, if a strong leader gathered up the full weight of the regulatory state and started using it to systematically punish his enemies and reward his friends, if the country was...

  • Local theater companies go for gold in first Baltimore Theatre Olympics

    Local theater companies go for gold in first Baltimore Theatre Olympics

    Maryland has its fair share of local athletes competing in the Rio Olympics. But back at home, a group of Baltimoreans have also been going for gold — in a slightly different competition.  With the Summer Olympics in the spotlight, Everyman Theatre wanted to find a way to join in on the fun --...

  • Artistic visions of pre-flood Ellicott City become tools for recovery

    Artistic visions of pre-flood Ellicott City become tools for recovery

    Admirers of historic Ellicott City may be wishing they could go back in time and take one last look at the quaint mill town as it was before a July 30 flash flood nearly destroyed it and closed Main Street to traffic. Wish granted, more or less. Thanks to an extended exhibit and sale of artwork...

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