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Joseph S. Eubanks, a noted bass-baritone and Morgan State University music professor who performed with the first American company of "Porgy and Bess," which toured the world in the 1950s, died May 16 of renal failure at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson....
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The storms of winter 2010 shut down roads, cancelled classes, closed up shops and nearly ended a signature Baltimore event before it started. On a cold January night, organizers of the Pratt Contemporaries' inaugural Black and White Party watched the...
Emilio Martinez's first exposure to art came early in life, when his parents took him to the Visionary Art Museum and the Baltimore Museum of Art. "I think I was, like, an infant," said the Roland Park native. But his first exposure may have been even...
Baltimore Sun reporterFrom the blog Michael Sragow Gets Reel: It hasn't been a great era for haunted-house movies. The third version of "House of Wax," in 2005, was awful enough to kill off the form, at least as far as big American studios were concerned. The day my review...
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Sun Movie CriticCrash, a film that suggests America has far to go to become a true racial melting pot, upset heavily favored Brokeback Mountain in being named the best picture of 2005 at last night's 78th annual Academy Awards ceremonies. The film, whose characters...
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Associated PressThe cowboy romance Brokeback Mountain led the Golden Globes yesterday with four prizes, including best dramatic film and the directing honor for Ang Lee. It was a triumphant night for films dealing with homosexuality and transsexuality. Along with the...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Katharine Graham, the grande dame of modern American journalism who helped transform The Washington Post into one of the nation's top newspapers, died yesterday at a hospital in Boise, Idaho, after suffering a head injury in a fall Saturday....
Special To The SunWalk into my three-storied neighborhood book joint only at the risk of being struck blind by the glittering displays of Christmas books. From Truman Capote to Jimmy Carter to that pioneer of self-help, M. Scott Peck, there is no shortage of writers who...
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Sun Movie CriticMarlon Brando, who changed not just the face but the mind and soul of movie acting with a series of revolutionary performances in the 1950s, died Thursday at age 80 of lung failure at UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles. In his five decades on screen, Mr....
Watching "Love, Marilyn," Liz Garbus' pointed, poetic and occasionally overwrought documentary about the life of Marilyn Monroe, I kept thinking about "The Great Gatsby," another tragedy in two acts recently resurrected for our viewing pleasure. In each...
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Name: Laura Treacy Bentley City in which you reside: I live in Huntington, W.Va., but I divide my time between the beautiful mountains of West Virginia and McHenry, Md., in Garrett County. Day job: I’m the book editor for WV Living magazine. I...
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