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The Oakland Mills Interfaith Center welcomes worshipers to an array of congregations, and now art lovers have a special place at the center’s new art gallery. The Meeting House Gallery fills the perimeter of the center’s atrium entrance. A...
You're smitten with your valentine, but not with the idea of a mass-produced card or a pricey trinket. Then why not give the objection of your affection a handmade gift? While crafting was once the domain of your grandmother, these days do-it-yourself...
Inside the once-bustling movie theater on North Avenue, moss thrives on shattered marble walls. Broken tiles hang from the ceiling. Rainwater pours through the roof. But this derelict structure is now seen as a future centerpiece for the growing...
Tags: Charles Street, Radio, Radio Industry, Music, Music
Robin Budish spends her days rallying support for an idea she says will make downtown Baltimore more livable — building a streetcar line along Charles Street. Budish was hired last fall as community organizer for the Baltimore Streetcar Campaign, a...
In a town whose street names have long been a mixture of poetic and puzzling, residents of one Columbia cul-de-sac say theirs is offensive and should be changed. For more than four decades, Coon Hunt Court has garnered that reaction, starting as early as...
Tags: Arts, Local Government, Racism
A renowned city architect designed St. Peter the Apostle Church 170 years ago. Irish laborers dug the foundation by hand, donating their labor to build it. And its early parishioners spared no expense in adorning their house of worship. They installed...
Washington 'Annie Leibovitz: Pilgrimage' This exhibition of one of America's best-known living photographers showcases more than 70 photographs taken between April 2009 and May 2011. The display is unusual because unlike much of the artist's works,...
Hope everyone had a peaceful, perhaps hangover-nursing Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. We were off, too, so that explains the "Week in Nightlife" post coming today. Anyway, on with the shows: On Tuesday, the Guess Who's lead singer Burton Cummings...
Downsizing often means making big changes in lifestyle. David and Deborah Russell never regretted the decision to do so. With their daughter, Marie, long out of the nest, the couple thought it high time to leave their six-bedroom single-family home in...
All quilters and potential quilters are invited to meet with Prayers and Squares at Triadelphia Seventh-day Adventist Church on Brighton Dam Road Feb. 26 from 1 to 5 p.m. The group makes quilts tied with prayers for those who are ill and in need of...
Tags: Clarksville, Pancakes, Peggy Lee, Baltimore County, Linthicum
You might walk into the Columbia Photo Artists' exhibit titled "Places" expecting to see familiar Howard County places showcased on the walls of the Columbia Art Center. Well, bring along your passport. This exhibit proves that these camera-wielding...
Tags: Nelson Mandela, Bodies of Water, Fine Artists, Music, Music
Children's program Oakland Mills Community Association's "Lively Arts for Little Ones" presents "Anansegromma of Ghana," a performance of traditional West African music, storytelling and dance, at 10 a.m. Friday, Jan. 20, at The Other Barn in the Oakland...
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