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  • Stevie Wonder plays Baltimore-made instrument harpejji during 'Dancing with the Stars' appearance

    Stevie Wonder plays Baltimore-made instrument harpejji during 'Dancing with the Stars' appearance
    A little extra bit of Baltimore made its way onto "Dancing with the Stars" last night, thanks to Stevie Wonder. When the Motown recording legend appeared onstage to play a beautiful, pared-down version of his 1969 hit "My Cherie Amour," he accompanied...
  • Medical students find out residencies at Match Day

    Medical students find out residencies at Match Day
    Twins William and Raphael "Rafi" Karkowsky have always shared life's best moments. That was true again Friday when the brothers and best friends learned where they would begin their careers as doctors. They were among nearly 16,000 medical students...
  • Baltimore's outdoor summer film series overflow with personality

    Baltimore's outdoor summer film series overflow with personality
    What's the best way to fill an open space with smiles for a summer night? Fit in a big, bright movie screen, and hundreds are sure to follow. Every summer, in every corner of Baltimore, the light of the silvery moon turns outdoor silver screens into...
  • Cinema without borders: Placing a new world order

    Foreign films are definitely among the good things in life that come to those who wait. Today, any home can be an art house. You can satisfy your wanderlust without sweating passports or custom forms. Indeed, the best foreign directors often place a...
  • Movie review: 'Miral'

    Movie review: 'Miral'
    Julian Schnabel broadens his canvas for his fourth film, "Miral," turning his lens on multiple protagonists and a half-century of Middle East strife. On the face of it a bold undertaking, the Jerusalem-set feature plays out with an awkward staidness,...
  • 'Harpejji' gaining traction in music world

    'Harpejji' gaining traction in music world
    It looks a little bit like a body board, and it does ride the waves — sound waves, that is. Meet the harpejji, a fretted string instrument invented and built in the Baltimore area. Coldplay bought one. A.R. Rahman, who composed the score to...
  • Choosing the wrong snack could end up a cat-astrophy

    One afternoon last week I found myself craving a snack. I wasn't hungry enough to go to all the trouble of making a sandwich, I just wanted a little something to hold me over until dinner. Then I remembered the spicy, crunchy, yummy snack mix that just...
  • Save with your library card

    Maryland libraries rank among the best in the country. You pay for them. Now get your money's worth. The movies you rent. The books you buy for $25 and $35 apiece. The video games costing $50 and more. Barney DVDs. They're often at the library, in most...
  • 'So You Think You Can Dance': Top 20 dance for votes

     
    No pressure, So You Think You Can Dance, but judge Adam Shankman tweeted today: 'No joke: tonight is one of the best sytycd dance eps ever. The 20 brought it!'I say: Bring it on!Tonight's panel includes Adam Shankman, Mary Murphy......
  • With 'Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk,' Ang Lee heads to Iraq

    With 'Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk,' Ang Lee heads to Iraq
    It was exactly two years ago that Ang Lee unveiled “Life of Pi,” his visually stirring 3-D adaptation of Yann Martel’s bestselling novel, which of course went on to be a major hit and land Lee a directing Oscar. The filmmaker has had a...
  • Toronto Film Festival closes with a whimper

    Toronto Film Festival closes with a whimper
    Say, did you catch Cumberbatch? What about Downey and Duvall? Or Dano? Don't forget Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones. Or Reese unwashed — that was wild. Could Winslet get any earthier? Who knew Wiig would find another level of crazy? Can Bill...
  • Película biográfica "The Imitation Game" se lleva el principal galardón del festival Toronto

    TORONTO (Reuters) - "The Imitation Game", una película biográfica sobre un matemático británico que descifró códigos clave en la Segunda Guerra Mundial, Alan Turing, se alzó con el premio más importante del Festival Internacional de Cine de Toronto. El...