Baltimore middle school students participated Saturday in an oral health awareness day through the University of Maryland Baltimore's CURE Scholars Program, which helps prepare kids living in impoverished neighborhoods for potential science careers.
“Richard & Jane & Dick & Sally," which uses the famous children’s books to explore the controversy over how to teach communication skills to deaf children, is playing at Baltimore Center Stage through March 1.
The Sankofa Children’s Museum of African Cultures aims to introduce children in the third, fourth and fifth grades to the traditions of Africa’s 54 nations, where many of the youngsters’ ancestors once lived.
Even before it was published on Tuesday, a cloud of controversy was swirling around Jeanine Cummins’ “American Dirt." Twitter has exploded with Latino and Latina writers accusing the author of everything from cultural appropriation, to pandering to the tastes of a white audience, to indulging in harmful stereotypes.
It seems likely that when Meghan Markle walks down the aisle on Saturday and says, “I do,” this divorced bride will be greeted a lot more warmly by her crown-wearing in-laws than the “other” Yankee who became a member of England’s ruling family, Baltimore’s own Wallis Warfield Simpson.
A curator at Johns Hopkins University recently stumbled across an extremely rare copy of the 19th-century essay by John Addington Symonds that helped lay the foundation for the modern gay rights movement.
Baltimore Center Stage’s production of “Men on Boats" retells the real-life saga of John Wesley Powell, his nine-member crew and their three-month, danger-filled river odyssey down the Grand Canyon in 1869.
Kaiser previously advocated a series of recommendations that seemingly fly in the face of conventional wisdom, from putting the BSO’s $65 million endowment campaign on hold to temporarily downplaying efforts to increase audience size.
The Modell Performing Arts Center at the Lyric announced on Thursday that it has hired an outside management firm for the first time in the venue’s 125-year history — a bold move that could breathe new life into the institution.
As he spoke to a state work group tasked with fixing the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra’s finances, Michael Kaiser frequently prefaced his remarks with, “You’re not going to like this..." or “What I’m about to say will make everyone mad at me.” But he said the urgency of the situation demanded bluntness.
BSO conductor Marin Alsop said Tuesday that she is growing frustrated with the acclaimed orchestra's inability to promote its art to a broader audience, and hinted that her tenure may be nearing its end.
A mosaic workshop, lead by artist Sarah McCann, was among more than 50 peace-themed events scheduled for the weekend as part of Ceasefire Baltimore, which attempts to end the murders plaguing the city — if only for one three-day weekend, four times a year.
August Wilson’s "Radio Golf" technically is set in Steelers’ territory. But it contains so many situations reminiscent of Baltimore that audience members might find themselves wondering if the two cities have merged their borders overnight.
Baltimore theater goers responses to Keenan Scott II’s "Thoughts of a Colored Man" — about seven African American men living in a rapidly gentrifying neighborhood — are being closely observed by the production’s creative team and could inform changes before the play likely heads off to Broadway.
The “blood wrangler” for the Chesapeake Shakespeare Company’s production of 'Dracula' has spilled more plasma than Lestart de Lioncourt of “The Vampire Chronicles” and Edward Cullen of “The Twilight Saga” combined. Here's how she does it.
On Friday night, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra will take the stage at Meyerhoff Symphony Hall, bringing to an end a summerlong showdown that mesmerized much of Maryland. Here's what you need to know about the musicians' contract.