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'In the Womb':

In addition to being a comic book nerd, I'm also a science show geek. This Sunday, National Geographic Channel tracks the fascinating lives of identical twins from the very start. Using top-notch graphics, a documentary explores what makes them the same and what makes them different. In the Womb: Identical Twins airs at 9 p.m. Sunday on National Geographic Channel.

Tim Swift


'Caroline, or Change':

Tony Kushner, who crafted the two-part epic Angels in America, takes a lighter tone, kind of, in this semiautobiographical musical set in Louisiana during the civil rights movement. This production stars the wondrous E. Faye Butler as an African-American laundress. The show runs through Jan. 18 at Center Stage, 700 N. Calvert St. Showtimes vary. Tickets are $10-$60. Call 410-332-0033 or go to

Mary CaroleMcCauley


Ceramic artists:

More than 30 ceramic artists from around the multistate region show their finest cups, mugs and tea bowls in a holiday exhibit titled Cups of Comfort & Joy, through Jan. 31 at Meredith Gallery, 805. N. Charles St. Call 410-837-3575 or go to for hours.

Edward Gunts


'Home Alone':

When movies become pop sensations, they acquire an entertainment value that goes way beyond their quality as pictures. That's the case with Home Alone, whose signature image of Macaulay Culkin slapping his own face and screaming encapsulated madcap brattiness for the '90s, if not the ages. The Charles Theatre, 1711 N. Charles St., has scheduled it for midnight tomorrow and noon Saturday. Admission is $6. Call 410-727-3456 or go to

Michael Sragow

pop music

All Mighty Senators:

As the All Mighty Senators mix disparate styles, including ska, punk and '70s R&B;, the Baltimore band always incorporates a sense of whimsy. Although its sound is distinct, the group's approach swirls with obvious influences, such as Curtis Mayfield and the Pretenders. See the band at 8 p.m. Saturday at the 8X10, 10 E. Cross St. Tickets are $8 and are available through Ticketmaster by calling 410-547-7328 or going to

Rashod D. Ollison



Celebrate Kwanzaa at the Baltimore Museum of Art, with family festivities including performances by Fritete African Drum & Dance Ensemble and Lesoles Dance Project, and storytelling with drums by Baba Jamal Koram. There will also be a drum-making workshop using recycled objects. The program runs 1 p.m.-5 p.m. Sunday at the museum, 10 Art Museum Drive. Free. Call 443-573-1832 or e-mail

Kate Shatzkin

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