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  • National recognition for artist Ally Schito [Ellicott City]

    Congratulations to Ally Schito! The Centennial High School senior won a silver medal for her mixed media painting titled, "Adding a Dimension" in the renowned Scholastic Art and Writing competition, a national art contest sponsored by the Alliance for Young Artists and Writers. In June, the organization will host a ceremony for national medalists at Carnegie Hall in New York City. 
  • Emanuel Ax closes Shriver Hall season with brilliant Brahms-centric program

    Emanuel Ax closes Shriver Hall season with brilliant Brahms-centric program
    Some pianists become narrower -- in terms of repertoire, that is -- as they grow older. They stick contentedly with, say, a Mozart-Beethoven-Schubert diet, or maybe just big helpings of Rachmaninoff and Liszt. More disturbingly, some young keyboard...

    River Hill choir masterful at heritage music festival [Clarksville]

    Springtime brings music in the air with the songs of birds and the sounds of student musicians. The River Hill choir participated recently in the World Strides Heritage Festival at George Mason University along with students throughout the region from...

    Baltimore writer Matthew Olshan publishes first adult novel

    Baltimore writer Matthew Olshan publishes first adult novel
    It's possible that Matthew Olshan didn't fully become a writer until the day that his future boss ordered him to dig a ditch. On that day in the late 1980s, the boss, a carpenter, eyed the short kid with the soft hands. He saw a young man with no...

    Who is responsible for Jabril? [Commentary]

    Who is responsible for Jabril?  [Commentary]
    About a dozen years ago, when the church I attend launched a mentoring program at Baltimore's Dickey Hill Elementary School, my long association with Jabril Leach began. The second-grader had a passion for dinosaurs, a severe speech impediment and a...