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  • Documentary about new Journey frontman at Charles on Tuesday

    Documentary about new Journey frontman at Charles on Tuesday
    Talk about a great story just falling into your lap. Baltimore filmmaker Ramona Diaz can't help but chuckle while recounting how she first heard about Arnel Pineda, the unlikely successor to Steve Perry as lead singer for Journey and the subject of...
  • Veteran performer Richard Walton releases 10th album [Ellicott City]

    The award-winning singer-songwriter, performer and recording artist Richard Walton just released his 10th album, "Cover Me", a blend of 60's, 70's and 80's retro pop and rock vocals, now available on iTunes and cdbaby.com. The Ellicott City resident has...
  • Baltimore punk band Sick Weapons reunites, set to release album on Nov. 9

    Baltimore punk band Sick Weapons reunites, set to release album on Nov. 9
    Appropriately rising from punk graves in late October, Baltimore quintet Sick Weapons -- which disbanded after a Golden West Café performance in late December 2010 -- has reunited, and will finally release its debut album, "Birthday Gift," early next...
  • New smart phone app lets people pose with Ray Lewis

    New smart phone app lets people pose with Ray Lewis
    Wouldn't it be cool to pose for a picture with the Ravens' Ray Lewis on the 50-yard line of M&T Bank Stadium with Ray Lewis? How about on the boardwalk of Ocean City or at a table at the Prime Rib over steaks or, hey, why not the privacy of your own...
  • Parkville musician writes song for Perry Hall shooting victim

    Parkville musician writes song for Perry Hall shooting victim
    A Parkville musician was so filled with emotion following the shooting of a Perry Hall High School special education student that he wrote a song. Greg Wimmer posted his tribute, "Daniel, We Pray," online, and not only has it already been circulating...
  • Straighterline wants to help professors expand reach, while students save

    Straighterline wants to help professors expand reach, while students save
    Burck Smith is so far making good on his vision for revamping the way people pay for and complete college courses. His startup company, Straighterline, enables students to pay $99 a month for introductory college courses — and potentially save...
  • Apple iPhone 5 revealed: Bigger screen, faster speed, thinner and lighter

    Apple iPhone 5 revealed: Bigger screen, faster speed, thinner and lighter
    Apple begins its announcement of the long-awaited and expected iPhone 5 at 1 pm Eastern. We can also expect updates to its line of iPods, and possibly even an iTunes makeover. Below are the highlights from the event, as brought to you by the Internet...
  • Happy 'Kanye West Presents Cruel Summer' leak day

    Happy 'Kanye West Presents Cruel Summer' leak day
    In recent years, album release dates haven't mattered as much as "leak" days have. That trend continued when the compilation album from Kanye West and his G.O.O.D. Music clique — "Cruel Summer," an odd name for a record that will hit stores on...
  • Download it: IronKids app

    Download it: IronKids app
    A new mobile app developed by the American Academy of Pediatrics aims to help children stay free from sports injuries by encouraging them to do some home strength-training. The IronKids app includes workout demonstrations and tips from Dr. Jordan Metzl,...
  • Filing a federal tax return online could be a lot easier [Commentary]

    Filing a federal tax return online could be a lot easier [Commentary]
    Paying taxes is something I really don't have any trouble with. Sure, like anyone, I'd rather keep all the money I earn, but the origins of the notion that the only sure things are death and taxes is old enough that the Internet itself isn't sure if...
  • Column: Lessons in technology do not always compute

    Column: Lessons in technology do not always compute
    Everyone knows I have a love-hate relationship with technology. Actually, it's more of a hate-hate relationship. Technology hates me, and I hate it right back. My aversion to all things computerized stems from my earliest encounters with word...
  • 'Harlem Shake' has Baltimore moving, too

    'Harlem Shake' has Baltimore moving, too
    Some guys gave flowers. Others candy. But smooth Rod Lopez, a man in touch with the cultural cutting edge, feted his lady love with a "Harlem Shake" video for Valentine's Day. In it, the 34-year-old owner of a Parkville production company, wearing...