A house divided: As family feuds, jazz great Cab Calloway’s former Baltimore home set for demolition
Razing the stretch of dilapidated rowhomes where the Cab Calloway spent his teenage years will make way for a park that supporters say will revitalize Druid Heights and honor Calloway’s legacy. But the musician’s descendants stand divided, some locked in a bitter dispute with park planners and leading last-ditch efforts to save the structure at 2216 Druid Hill Ave.
This Baltimore native’s art is internationally recognized. Here’s why his first solo show is at City Hall.
Baltimore native Derrick Adams, whose art hangs in well-regarded museums, is returning to Baltimore with his first local solo exhibition at the Gallery at City Hall.