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  • HBO's Baltimore productions 'Game Change,' 'Veep' score Golden Globe nominations

    HBO's Baltimore productions 'Game Change,' 'Veep' score Golden Globe nominations
    Overall, the Golden Globe nominations proved kind to made-in-Baltimore productions. HBO's political drama "Game Change" -- the story of former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's 2008 vice-presidential run -- earned the most TV nominations with five: best TV movie...
  • All signs point to success with new venue for Compass Rose

    Subscribers and friends of Compass Rose Theater Company had major cause for celebration last month with the opening of the troupe's new theater home in the Annapolis Arts District. The redeveloped 2,900-square-foot space at 49 Spa Road now has a full...
  • Donatelli's hat trick gives Blast lead in MISL title series

    Led by Tony Donatelli's hat trick, the Blast earned a victory Thursday night over the Missouri Comets in Game 1 of the MISL championship series. Ptah Myers, Adauto Neto and Machel Millwood added two goals each for the Blast, and goalkeeper William...
  • Bicycling: 500-mile bike ride makes for memorable summer for Columbia teen

    Bicycling: 500-mile bike ride makes for memorable summer for Columbia teen
    You could certainly characterize the kinship between Lawrence Robinson and Brett Bowie as a long-distance relationship. Robinson and Bowie are separated by 40 years in age and more than 900 miles in distance, and the cousins twice removed —...
  • Grace Arnold Nalls, commercial artist, dies

    Grace Arnold Nalls, commercial artist, dies
    Grace Arnold Nalls, a retired commercial artist and stage performer, died of congestive heart failure July 30 at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The Homeland resident was 82. Born Grace Lucille Arnold in Baltimore and raised in Forest Park, she was a...
  • Justice, on screen and off

    Academy Award-winning film director Sidney Lumet, who passed away April 9 at age 86, is remembered for classics such as "Twelve Angry Men," the courtroom drama that challenged racial prejudice and which Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor has cited as a...
  • NCAA Championship attracts auditions for lacrosse movie

    As the top four teams in college lacrosse battled it out Saturday in the NCAA Division I men's semifinals at M&T Bank Stadium, other lacrosse star hopefuls auditioned for the chance to appear in a movie about the sport. About 250 auditioned at Rash Field...
  • Oscar red carpet heats up as stars arrive

    Hollywood's biggest fashion parade, the red carpet outside the Oscars, began heating up on Sunday afternoon ahead of the world's top film awards where silent movie "The Artist" is widely seen as the choice for best movie. Early arrivals included "Artist"...
  • Acting hopefuls flood Stevenson for 'House of Cards' casting call

    Acting hopefuls flood Stevenson for 'House of Cards' casting call
    Talitha Simeona-Stewart flicked her pen across a student's paper as she stood in the line of people in dark suits. She didn't look it, but the eighth-grade English teacher from Millersville was nervous because she had never even tried out for a play,...
  • O'Malley reports Hollywood income, vehicle and student debt

    O'Malley reports Hollywood income, vehicle and student debt
    A review of financial disclosure statements sheds light on how Annapolis lawmakers make their money and whom they are indebted to — at least for the sort of debt that's marked in accounting ledgers. Gov. Martin O'Malleyreports that in addition to...
  • Local actor, stunt man hits the big time

    Local actor, stunt man hits the big time
    On a recent afternoon, Rick Kain stood on a homemade wooden platform 30 feet above a leafy hill in the woods behind his Woodbine home, grinning as he strapped himself into rappelling gear. Then he turned his back to the platform's edge, skipped off...
  • Culture shock

    SEATTLE -- You might think John Waters has seen it all. But the Prince of Puke, the Pope of Trash -- or as he prefers to think of himself these days, "Filth Elder" -- remains amazed by the world around him. It's downright amazing how often the word...