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  • Fall fashion inspirations

    This year's fall collections will be dominated by a Parisian influence, darker colors, a flair for the dramatic and even a nod to the past. Yes, the first signs of fall will flourish the next seven days at New York Fashion Week. Hundreds of designers...
  • Columbia Digest

    Art exhibits •Raquel Arias' works in embossed metal, "Transitions," is on view in the Bill White Room Gallery, and a group exhibit, "Cross-Continental Connection," is on view in the Lobby Gallery through Saturday, Feb. 15, at the Bernice Kish...
  • $18M renovation taking center stage at Maryland Hall

    J. Ernest Green, musical director of the Annapolis Chorale, has been performing with his group at the Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts since 1985. And for those nearly 30 years, Green has thought the facility has needed significant help. "Oh, I...
  • Ralph R. Baney, sculptor

    Ralph R. Baney, sculptor
    Ralph R. Baney, a sculptor and ceramic artist who taught at Dundalk Community College, died of an aortic aneurysm Jan. 21 at his Ellicott City home. He was 84. Born in Trinidad, he was the son of Baney Seecharan and Bhagia Seecharan. After study at...
  • Baltimore Museum of Art receives major gift of contemporary photography

    Baltimore Museum of Art receives major gift of contemporary photography
    The Baltimore Museum of Art has received its most significant gift of contemporary photography in more than 25 years. Baltimore collectors Tom and Nancy O'Neil have given the institution two dozen color and black-and-white works by 19 important...
  • Patricia Waters, mother of filmmaker John Waters, dies at 89

    Patricia Waters, mother of filmmaker John Waters, dies at 89
    Patricia W. Waters, a homemaker, Anglophile and mother of filmmaker John Waters, died Saturday of complications from a fall and recent surgery at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. She was 89. "She was our matriarch. She was an unusually strong and...
  • Stevenson University showcases arts programs in new design building

    Stevenson University showcases arts programs in new design building
    Jimmy Gribbin can't decide — New York or Los Angeles? This spring, when he graduates from Stevenson University with a bachelor's degree in film/video, he's heading to one of those magnet cities. Gribbin wants to be a film director. It's a long...
  • Chorale for seniors 55 and older offers music, health benefits

    Chorale for seniors 55 and older offers music, health benefits
    The exercises were intended to open up the chest and diaphragm. Arms overhead, deep breaths in and out. Jaw loose, face loose. Next came voice exercises, the sopranos and altos, tenors and baritones going up and down the scales. On a rare balmy day in...
  • George J. Voith, CSX executive

    George J. Voith, CSX executive
    George J. Voith, a retired CSX executive and rail and streetcar photographer who was a founding member of the Baltimore Streetcar Museum, died Monday of dementia at his Northwood home. He was 87. "George is one of the last of the original guys who...
  • A first look at stolen Renoir reveals, retains some secrets

    A first look at stolen Renoir reveals, retains some secrets
    The little Renoir landscape looks so modest and guileless and transparent that a casual observer never would guess at the secrets the painting hides. "Paysage Bords de Seine" depicts a river and bushes. On that summer day in 1879, a sailboat was...
  • Maryland Opera Studio to give reading of 'Scalia/Ginsburg' opera by Baltimore native

    Maryland Opera Studio to give reading of 'Scalia/Ginsburg' opera by Baltimore native
     You've read about their clashing views in all of those 5-4 Supreme Court decisions. Now hear them sing their arguments. "Scalia/Ginsburg," a comic opera by Baltimore native and recent law school grad Derrick Wang, imagines Justice Antonin Scalia having...
  • 'House of Cards' recap, Season 2, Episode 9

    'House of Cards' recap, Season 2, Episode 9
    This Jodie Foster-directed episode has a very "Dexter"-esque cold open. We see Freddy, preparing for his day. He does some exercise, before walking to work. When he arrives at his place, he finds the morning paper, with news of Claire's scandal splashed...