William E. “Bill” Sheppard Jr., a digital designer, Maryland Institute College of Art faculty member and musician, died Nov. 5 at his Rodgers Forge residence. He was 73.
See a classic 80′s movie with its star, support a good cause, celebrate hip-hop with a rap star, see civic leaders compete in a dance contest, watch dreams interpreted through dance or catch a play about one of the first immigrants to America.
Leslie P. Symington, a Broadway and television actor who had a second career as a curator and an art researcher, died Sept. 20 at Gilchrist Center in Towson. She was 100.
Alanis Morissette will play Merriweather Post Pavilion on Saturday, June 29.
Celebrate all things Irish, sample craft beers named after a dinosaur, honor Maryland’s veterans or go ice skating.
Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit to are playing The Lyric Tuesday, Feb. 20 at 8 p.m.
Baltimore Museum of Art exhibit “Making Her Mark″ is a show bursting with big personalities.
A former Southern California street gang leader has pleaded not guilty to orchestrating a 1996 drive-by shooting that killed rapper Tupac Shakur in Las Vegas.
See a rising country music star, enjoy a night of laughs, watch your jack-o’-lantern splatter, learn about the craft of writing, sample chili at a cook-off, go to a craft beer festival or attend a new art exhibit.
A pair of pioneering musical groups that achieved worldwide success in the 1980s will visit Maryland next year.
For some, burlesque is a form of resistance through sexuality, a theme that endures both in “The Sweet Spot Burlesque” and “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” performances.
See a midnight movie/Halloween classic performed on stage, enjoy the humor of two legends of comedy, say farewell to two local science fiction conventions, go to a Halloween themed dance party or a family-themed Halloween event at a historic local mansion.
Halloween is an opportunity to wear hometown pride on your sleeve — and look good doing it.
In 1938, a historic hour of radio delivered a colossal Halloween joke on terrified listeners from coast to coast.
“Ghost Rivers,” a public art installation by Baltimore resident Bruce Willen, maps the course of a Baltimore stream moved underground.
Baltimore will receive up to $1 million from Bloomberg Philanthropies for a public art project led by Derrick Adams in Station North.
Celebrate local authors at a book festival, get garden ideas, listen to a storyteller, take the kids to a harvest festival, attend a concert, see a Broadway classic or enjoy a night of laughter.
Actor and now author Jada Pinkett Smith, who grew up in Baltimore, was greeted by the overwhelming sound of 500 voices chanting “JADA! JADA! JADA!”
Actor Will Smith made a surprise appearance Wednesday night during his wife Jada Pinkett Smith's book lecture at the Enoch Pratt Free Library in Baltimore.
Jane Tunison Backstrom, a collector of Southern American folk art and an Equal Rights Amendment advocate, died Sept. 18 at the Charlestown Senior Living Community in Catonsville. She was 91.
See dancers perform, root for U.S. Lacrosse against Canada, attend a free concert, watch Disney characters skate or go to an old-fashioned carnival.
Andréa Marie Vernot, an arts and tourism administrator, died Sept. 23 at her Trappe home in Talbot County. She was 60.
Edward Jordan “Ed” Brody, who owned a truck leasing business and sat on the Baltimore City Board of School Commissioners, died Wednesday at his North Baltimore home. He was 89.
Go to a blues, rock or country concert, laugh at a trippy time traveler, have fun at a festival or check out comic books based on a local literary giant.
Akula is a dance teacher and teaching artist with Story Tapestries, an arts service organization that works with schools, community centers, libraries and mental health institutions to boost access to art.
Learn how to raise your online profile, enjoy a night of laughs, help Save the Bay by listening to bluegrass music, go to a jazz concert or take your baby for a stroll for a good cause.
Not all plays and musicals that came to Baltimore before they reached Broadway caught the success as “The Wiz.”
Jonathon Heyward took over as the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra’s 13th music director this weekend after performing three concerts in two counties for roughly 5,000 people, including Gov. Wes Moore.
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra new Music Director Jonathon Heyward leads a rehearsal.
Jacqueline “Jackie” Copeland, the former executive director of the Reginald F. Lewis Museum and a longtime, passionate advocate for the arts, died Wednesday at Mercy Medical Center. She was 76.