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The civil rights movement was full of dynamic and evocative images. Today, even many of us born after its iconic moments were captured on film can describe Martin Luther King Jr.'s outstretched arm pointing a sea of people toward a future decades beyond...
An energetic young cast is having a great time doing the musical "Rent" at Silhouette Stages. That energy would reach the audience even if the performers weren't in the habit of coming off the stage and strolling down the aisles at Slayton House Theater....
The Baltimore SunGavin DeGraw has cancelled eight more dates on his tour because of an assault he suffered in New York City this past Sunday. But he will be able to open for Maroon 5 and Train when they play Merriweather Post Pavilion August 24, DeGraw's publicist just...
Learn about life in turn-of-the-century America and enjoy many musical styles at "Ragtime," opening Friday, May 25 at 8 p.m. at Laurel Mill Playhouse, 508 Main St. This musical intertwines the stories of three extraordinary families, as they confront...
Tags: Music, Music Theater
Elaine Karp-Gelernter, a retired Veterans Affairs psychologist who was also a textile artist, died of complications from pneumonia March 20 at Sinai Hospital. The Mount Washington resident was 78. She was the daughter of Polish immigrants who ran a...
In these tough economic times, books offer a great return on a gift-giver's investment. Relatively inexpensive, they provide hours of enjoyment for the recipient — if you make the right choice. Never fear: the Book Bag is here to help. Lovers of...
As I write this, I could swear I hear celebrity TV chef Gordon Ramsay's voice bellowing down 36th Street from Café Hon, 1002 W. 36th St. The host of Fox's "Kitchen Nightmares" is in town with a crew to give the longstanding Hampden eatery a going over for...
Reality CheckJanell reports on last night's Project Runway. And makes me wish I was a lot funnier, as per usual:Previously, Ivy became a national nightmare, but then we woke up and she was still eliminated. Oh, and so was Christopher. Now,......
Associated PressNewsstands from Seattle to New York quickly sold out of yesterday's papers declaring Barack Obama the nation's first black president, as some jubilant customers picked up two, three or even 30 copies as keepsakes. The Baltimore Sun, The New York Times...
Her bold canvases made her a bright star in the 1950s New York art world, but she "sank from view faster than the Titanic" when she moved to Baltimore, The New York Times said. Grace Hartigan, who ultimately found a second career offering her wisdom...
Sun reporterPresident Bush, in a televised address last night, called the war in Iraq "a struggle for civilization" that Americans should "put aside our differences" to win, capping a day of hushed remembrances, tolling bells and wailing bagpipes on the fifth...
VarietyCementing himself as the great classicist of his generation, James Gray turns back the clock to 1921 in "The Immigrant," a romantic tale that cuts to the very soul of the American experience. This rich, beautifully rendered film boasts an arrestingly...
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