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"I hope the most desperate showbiz rejects walk over me here and feel some sort of respect and strength," Baltimore filmmaker John Waters said Monday at the unveiling of his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
After a year in which its future seemed uncertain, Artscape returns to Baltimore next weekend for the first time since 2019.
Attend an iconic concert by a rap or rock star, sample local eats, celebrate the Caped Crusader, listen to emerging artists, see a 12-foot puppet or go to a community event.
On Monday Baltimore filmmaker John Waters will receive the 2,763rd star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, which honors celebrities from Fred Astaire to Renée Zellweger.
Have a super time at a comic book convention, go to the state fair and or Baltimore County town festival, listen to a concert or watch watercraft shaped like flying lizards race.
Stevie Walker-Webb, a theater director and rising star who at the age of 36 has already been nominated for a Tony Award, was appointed Thursday as Baltimore Center Stage’s next artistic director.
The Board of Estimates approved what amounts to funding for the second quarter of the 2023-24 fiscal year.
The swap was announced Friday, just weeks before the Sept. 22-24 festival is set to begin.
Enjoy a night of laughs, ride a bike, go to a classic rock concert, celebrate local artists and musicians or party like Barbie.
The Grammy-nominated artist will perform in concert Dec. 6 at the CFG Bank Arena in downtown Baltimore.
Longtime President Samuel “Sammy” Hoi will retire from his post at the Maryland Institute College of Art come January, the school announced Tuesday.
The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. declared 60 years ago that he had a dream, one that Baltimore-born artist Derrick Adams says has yet to be realized.
Laugh along with a TV comedian, stroll through an outdoor art gallery, celebrate pooches everywhere, cheer on the Orioles, go to a jazz concert or attend a Baltimore music festival.
Abigail Lucien, a teacher at the Maryland Institute College of Art, was announced Thursday as the winner of the 18th annual Janet and Walter Sondheim Art Prize.
Go to a concert that features two R&B legends or a 90′s ska band, celebrate 30 years of a music festival, take your child to a story time/art project activity, get thrills and chills at a horror convention.
The inaugural New/Next Film Festival, which is aimed at filling the gap left by the Maryland Film Festival’s pause, will run Friday to Sunday at The Charles Theatre in Station North.
Party at an electronic dance music festival, watch a movie under the stars, go to a rock drummer’s concert, attend a birthday party, show your love for animals at a cat movie or dog party, help clean up the outdoors or make a big mess indoors.
Harvey Morton “Bud” Meyerhoff, a homebuilder and advocate for the Holocaust Memorial Museum, died at his Baltimore County home. He was 96.
Kelly Rowland will headline the return of Baltimore’s Artscape free arts festival set for Sept. 22-24 after a three-year pandemic hiatus.
The relocation of the festival from War Memorial Plaza to the Inner Harbor will require the temporary closure of several downtown streets.
Listen to a 90′s rock concert or a soulful jazz performance, go to an art exhibit opening, rock out and play video games or support a good cause and get some exercise.
It’s August already and the end of summer is nearing for you sunbathers and beach lovers, but before you put away your sunscreen, here are five things to do to close out your summer in Ocean City.
Post Malone’s new album “Austin” debuts today worldwide but the singer marked the occasion at The Sound Garden in Fells Point.
Party at a birthday celebration, go to a book reading, take a bike ride, listen to scary stories about submarines or enjoy a Sunday brunch.
Baltimore TV producer David Simon’s 1991 book “Homicide: A Year on the Killing Streets” is transformed into a graphic novel.
Patrick Swickard, a Mount Vernon resident, has taken more than 30,000 photos of impermanent additions to the city’s streetscape.
Barbie is on the brain for a lot of Marylanders this weekend as the long-awaited premiere of Greta Gerwig’s “Barbie” movie arrives in local theaters.
Go to concerts by two top country and western musicians, be the first to get your copy of a mystery novel written by a famous local, listen to scary stories aboard a 19th-century ship.
"None of us has received a detailed Artscape schedule nor a feasible operational plan," says UMB, MICA, BSO and The Lyric.