Saturday: "Fat City"
John Huston's "Fat City" is one of those lonely, scrappy '70s flicks that has slowly picked up an audience over the past several years after the New York Review
Sofi's Crepes headed for Rehoboth Beach boardwalk
The Sofi's Crepes in Rehoboth Beach, which will be located at 100 South Boardwalk, will operate as a franchise.
The Mail 3/11/15
No aspect of The Contemporary's relaunch sounds like a guaranteed crowd-pleaser, but it is a wild success
The one-take illusion of Alfred Hitchcock's 'Rope' beats 'Birdman' by about 60 years
Exile On Charles Street: Restaurateur Qayum Karzai's life is split between Baltimore and his native Afghanistan
In 'Point Blank,' Lee Marvin kills people, mattresses, everything
'Out of the Blue,' Dennis Hopper's bleak, cult punk-rock flick at the Charles Theatre on Thursday
The economic nihilism of 'Detour' still stings today
'Rolling Thunder,' a salty revenge-fueled Vietnam flick featuring an antihero with a hook for a hand
'Mr. Turner,' Mike Leigh's unsentimental, phlegmy J.M.W. Turner biopic
'The Night of the Hunter,' a meandering parable of good vs. evil that helps us endure
Happening Saturday: 'Dirt! The Movie,' Parquet Courts, and more
Save for a fearless Reese Witherspoon performance, 'Wild' loses the map
'The Babadook' is like Roman Polanski's 'Repulsion' for moms
'Laura,' a smirking class satire masquerading as a film noir, plays at the Charles tomorrow and Monday
'Akira,' the beyond-reproach Japanese anime, plays at the Charles Theatre tonight
Top 10 Highest-Grossing Films at the Charles Theater in 2014
Personal Spin: An obsessive take on 'Vertigo,' Hitchcock's obsessive classic
'The Conformist,' a ridiculously gorgeous movie about a twisted little shit
"Whiplash" is like "Black Swan" with more hot jazz drumming
'Force Majeure,' a devastating Swedish satire, dissects masculine hang-ups
'The Blue Room' a potboiler about thinking with your dick (or not thinking at all)
When the Parkway Theater is renovated, why not fix up the Charles too?
"Dear White People": The film every white person should see but won't
Reviving the Parkway and a neighborhood
$5 million grant for film center is a boon for development in Station North arts district
Allegory of the Cave: '20,000 Days on Earth' Spends 24 hours with Nick Cave
Opening doors to Baltimore's industrial past
What happens when Baltimore opens its doors?
"Diner" and "Cry-Baby"
"Paris, Texas," Directed by Wim Wenders
20 fall events under $20 in the Baltimore area
Hello, fall! We run down some our favorite non-budget-busting activities of the season.
"Je T'aime, Je T'aime," Directed by Alain Resnais
A great tribute to Vivienne Shub [Letter]
The late Vivienne Shub deserves another round of applause
Arts and Entertainment
Hold Onto Your Precious Bodily Fluids
Timothy Dyson is leaving Bluegrass, headed for Dooby's
Charles Street restaurants will throw down barbecue on Saturday
Welcome To Adulthood
Burton J. 'Burt' Shapiro, jazz and film expert
Burton J. "Burt" Shapiro, who was associated with WBJC-FM for more than 30 years and was an acknowledged jazz and film expert, died July 20 of respiratory failure at Sinai hospital. He was 68.
Goldfish on bikes, unicorns with trumpets—it must be Artscape
A man bicycled up Charles Street, towing on a platform behind him on which balanced a goldfish in a bowl.
Review: Sunset Boulevard
North by Northwest
Summer movie schedule
Film Review: Ida
50 years after The Beatles on 'Ed Sullivan': Documentary, tribute band show Beatles as popular as ever