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A married couple's love faces its final test
With move to the west side, the accomplished local theater is a pretender no more
On finding happiness with someone less-than-ideal
Mama, Luv, Broken City, The Last Stand, and Polyester
Md. film festivals offered advance look at Oscar nominees
Oscar-nominated "Beasts of the Southern Wild," documentaries among films made available to Maryland film festival-goers.
Lois G. Caplan, library supervisor
Lois G. Caplan, a retired Annapolis library supervisor, died Dec. 25 of cancer at her Arnold home. She was 71.
The first take on Thomas Harris' novel dwells on emotional drama
What FDR was really up to during his presidency-or not
Also featuring: Gary Kachadourian's Top Ten Art Shows
Hitchcock's script grazes the surface
Physical comedy takes a backseat to contemporary commentary
The challenging prequel to TV's Twin Peaks
From Beyond, Anna Karenina, Killing Them Softly, Wake In Fright
Letter: Disappointed by Disney deal
Everybody has secret urges and desires, some of them dark and, perhaps, violent.
Glengarry Glen Ross, A Late Quartet, Breaking Dawn, Horse Feathers, and Orphee
'River' subsides, Charles Street businesses re-open
The rushing water caused by broken main had been reduced to a small stream running down the east side of the street, and traffic was allowed back except for a couple of blocks
Charles St. water main break could cause continued traffic snarls
A water main break Wednesday disrupted morning rush hour in the Charles North neighborhood. The break at East 20
Helen Hunt as a sex surrogate for a polio survivor
Oliver Stone stopping in Baltimore to screen new documentary
Filmmaker will be at Charles Theatre Thursday for a free viewing of 'Oliver Stone¿s Untold History of the United States'
Barry Levinson explores the bay's ills in horror movie
The slasher flick that spawned them all
Cloud Atlas, Silent Hill Revelation, Wuthering Heights, and Young Frankenstein
A fun jaunt through fashion editor Diana Vreeland's life
Documentary ponders the decay and future of Detroit
Marjane Satrapi talks about the many facets of her latest film
Two years after Happythankyoumoreplease, Radnor continues his study of not-quite-grown-ups
A cult classic featuring naked space vampires.
Senator Theatre sale, for $500,000, to be approved Wednesday
Senator Theatre's ownership is being transferred from Baltimore's ownership to that of the current operators.
Best Restraining Order
Director Nicholas Jarecki's thriller moves with precision
Mike Birbiglia survives it all
A big celebration of Baltimore culture
Conrad Brooks, Derby Baby, Teen Witch, Young Frankenstein, and more
City plans to sell Senator Theatre to Cusack family
City plans to sell landmark Senator Theatre to the Cusack family.
Tells the sort of story that just might be impossible in this closely connected modern world
In the new issue, Van Smith chronicles the Baltimore-based multi-million dollar marijuana distribution ring that swept up the Sonar nightclub and 16 defendants
The Charles Theatre's revival of Modern Times shows Chaplin still up-to-date
Ex-Senator Theatre owner jailed, accused of harassment, trespassing
Former owner of Senator Theatre 'unruly and inappropriate' at arrest, police say
Over-the-top serial killers Hannibal the Cannibal and Buffalo Bill may chew up the screen, but Starling's at the center of the story.
Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Total Recall, The Exorcist
Lauren Greenfield's documentary has all its pieces in place
Station North Arts Café hosts James Baldwin conference
Artscape attractions include Robert Marbury, his 7-foot Yeti
Next weekend, Robert Marbury will preside over an installation at Artscape that includes a 7-foot tall Bigfoot swathed in fake fur and a pond from which visitors can fish for canned soda and beer.
A drifter discovers a pair of sunglasses that allow him to wake up to the fact that aliens have taken over the Earth.
Director Benh Zeitlin's first feature is somehow both highly personal and massive in scope
Come Back, Africa, Katy Perry: Part Of Me,Savages, The Long Day Closes
Woody Allen's love letter to the city of Rome could use some editing