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  • Aug. 22: Dan Deacon

    Dan Deacon is obsessed with the apocalypse. From a dilapidated couch in his Station North practice space, the city's most well known electronic musician and composer quickly rattles off grim crises: the United States' "growing military stronghold," drone...
  • Wye Oak and Flock of Dimes play Scapescape tonight

    Wye Oak and Flock of Dimes play Scapescape tonight
    With more than 50 local bands performing all around Station North and Mount Vernon this weekend, Scapescape is one of Baltimore's premier events to better understand the hype surrounding its diverse arts and music scenes. (It's also a bit intimidating....
  • Armbruster, head of Goldseker Foundation for 34 years, to step down

    Armbruster, head of Goldseker Foundation for 34 years, to step down
    Timothy D. Armbruster oversaw $80 million worth of philanthropic investments in Baltimore neighborhoods and projects during more than three decades steering the Goldseker Foundation, but a small one -- for $3,500 -- stands out as one of his favorites....
  • Strange bedfellows for street art

    Strange bedfellows for street art
    Musicians collaborate all the time; so do actors. But artists, not really — and that goes double for street art, where making an individual mark is the name of the game. That's why one of Baltimore's best-known street artists had to try it. The...
  • 'Huge drop' in funding for community development

    'Huge drop' in funding for community development
    The City Arts Apartments are full of artists who live and work in the Baltimore complex, built on what long had been a vacant lot in a very vacant neighborhood. But a sudden gap in its development financing almost kept the project from getting off the...
  • Not quite a Hollywood ending at the Senator

    Not quite a Hollywood ending at the Senator
    It's easy to see why the city's sale of the Senator Theatre gave Comptroller Joan Pratt heartburn. The city paid $810,000 for the movie palace three years ago and this week sold it for a $310,000 loss. Worse yet, the city is hardly washing its hands of...
  • Make Studio offers platform for artists with disabilities

    Make Studio offers platform for artists with disabilities
    Circus performers in all their gaudy glory. A timeline linking the actors who have played James Bond to the U.S. presidents at the time the movies came out. Rosemary's baby. The Make Studio on North Avenue, celebrating its second anniversary with a...
  • Artscape hits the road

    Artscape hits the road
    A juke joint, a national park and a health spa for cars — all located within about five blocks of one another. For three days beginning Friday, a stretch of North Charles Street will be transformed into what just might be the coolest stretch of...
  • Brian McKnight, Clutch to headline Artscape

    Brian McKnight, Clutch to headline Artscape
    R&B artist Brian McKnight, rockers Clutch and funksters the Rebirth Brass Band will headline this year's Artscape festival, set for July 20-22. The performance lineup, along with other details of the three-day festival that attracts about 350,000...
  • Sondheim winner delves into spirituality, culture via alter ego

    Sondheim winner delves into spirituality, culture via alter ego
    Renee Stout is the winner of the 2012 Janet and Walter Sondheim Artscape Prize, but a look at her photos, prints and other creations gives a glimpse of another woman — Fatima Mayfield. The woman is an alter ego Stout created, pulling her name...
  • Drama from former Senator Theatre owner

    Drama from former Senator Theatre owner
    From the Maryland Politics blog: Meetings of the city's spending board are generally sleepy bureaucratic pageants, punctuated by the occasional protest from contractors or sopping arrival of officials caught in the rain. But Tom Kiefaber, who ran the...
  • Greenspan: Baltimore's next rapper to blow up?

    Greenspan: Baltimore's next rapper to blow up?
    This piece was featured in b's "10 People to Watch Under 30" weekend edition. Check out the rest of the class of 2011 here. "Don't care about your top five/Either you like my songs or don't, for real," Greenspan raps on his aptly titled track "Cold." The...