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  • Charles Village among communities joining National Night Out

    Charles Village among communities joining National Night Out
    Live music and the smell of Cuban beef stew filled the air in a hard-to-find Baltimore City park known as The Field, as several hundred people turned out July 26 for WAVEscape, Waverly's early version of National Night Out on Aug. 6. "Look at these...
  • AP data show academic divide in Md.

    AP data show academic divide in Md.
    The Advanced Placement data from high schools around Maryland show how great the academic divide is between the best students. Students at the highest-performing high schools — from Dulaney High in Baltimore County to Severna Park in Anne...
  • In Pat Moran's office, a collection sprinkled in stardust

    In Pat Moran's office, a collection sprinkled in stardust
    Pat Moran may very well have the coolest office in Baltimore. Not that anyone should be surprised by that. Moran, who first gained fame (or should that be notoriety?) as one of John Waters' Dreamlanders, is an Emmy-winning casting director who has...
  • Eileen Abato, fashion director

    Eileen Abato, fashion director
    Eileen Abato, a retired department store fashion director who became an advocate for AIDS awareness, died of leukemia Thursday at the Gilchrist Hospice Care. The Towson resident was 69. Born Eileen Mary Wible in a Philadelphia suburb, she grew up in...
  • American Opera Initiative's second season includes premiere of Baltimore team

    American Opera Initiative's second season includes premiere of Baltimore team
    The American Opera Initiative, a worthy project launched last year by Washington National Opera, will be back this season with more premieres. Three 20-minute operas on American subjects, including a work by the Baltimore team of composer Joshua...
  • Hippodrome camp introduces middle-schoolers to joys of drama, song and dance

    Hippodrome camp introduces middle-schoolers to joys of drama, song and dance
    They were sprawled on their backs all over the floor, holding their stomachs and emitting a chorus of deep wails and moans. It could have been mistaken for a mass outbreak of food poisoning, but these kids were merely going through vocal exercises,...
  • Catonsville teen's video among entries in film festival

    Catonsville teen's video among entries in film festival
    Catonsville resident Aidan Callahan was one of five students from two Baltimore County magnet high schools who produced movies that premiered at the second annual Baltimore High School Film Festival June 6 at the Charles Theater. Callahan, a student...
  • 'Approaching Ali' enters operatic ring, shows promise

    'Approaching Ali' enters operatic ring, shows promise
    New operas don't often score knock-outs. But, if crowd response were the determining factor, "Approaching Ali" sure sounded like a champion Saturday night at the Kennedy Center, where Washington National Opera presented the premiere of this hour-long...
  • Maryland roots in new 'Ali' opera

    Maryland roots in new 'Ali' opera
    In his typical rhyming style, Muhammad Ali might call it something like "a whopper of an opera." The legendary boxer, who floated like a butterfly and stung like a bee, has inspired "Approaching Ali," a chamber opera with music by Carroll County...
  • Renaissance for North Avenue as arts district

    Renaissance for North Avenue as arts district
    When Christa Daring was a student, she rode a bus from her Waverly home and crossed North Avenue on her way to classes at the Baltimore School for the Arts. "This was always oh-so no-man's land," she said of the commercial crosstown street that is...
  • Baltimore School for the Arts earns first Tony nod, for actress Shalita Grant

    Baltimore School for the Arts earns first Tony nod, for actress Shalita Grant
    The Baltimore School for the Arts can boast its first nomination for a Tony Award -- thanks to graduate Shalita Grant, whose debut Broadway bow has won her a nod for Best Featured Actress in a Play. "Graduates have been nominated for Grammys and Emmy...
  • With FlowerMart as backdrop, Mount Vernon is thriving

    With FlowerMart as backdrop, Mount Vernon is thriving
    As many times as it rolls around, I never outgrow the FlowerMart, which opened Friday and runs through Saturday. It's held in May and timed to take advantage of the best part of Maryland's spring. Any event that draws so many families, especially babies...