Charlie Chaplin, Journey 2, Safe House, Star Wars, This Means War, The Vow, and The Wages of Fear
Senator Theatre wins $300,000 state tax credit for restoration
Senator Theatre gets a $300,000 taqx credit from the state to do restoration of the hisoric theater, including a $100,000 roof replacement and restoration of the ceiling mural in the theater's rotunda lobby.
Sundance fave has everything going for it but a resistance to queer coming-of-age cliche
Big Miracle, Chronicle, Intolerance, The Mill And The Cross, The Wages Of Fear, The Wicker Man, The Witchfinder General, and The Woman In Black
Thai film ponders the ineffable down on the farm
Glenn Close's cross-dressing-servant passion project fumbles its passions
The Grey, Man on a Ledge, The Mill and the Cross, Mystery Train, and One for the Money
When it comes to the roots of psychoanalysis, David Cronenberg's latest isn't all talk
West meets East film forum, Haywire, Kung Fu Panda, Mystery Train, Red Tails, Underworld, Week End, West Side Story, and What Time is it There?
Do not cash in your bonds and max out credit cards. On Dec. 21, 2012, the world does not end.
More than 200 memorialize inimitable restaurateur, Morris Martick
'He was the meanest, sweetest man I ever worked for,' former employee says
The Morris Martick memorial: 'If Morris were alive today, Morris wouldn't be here'
'If Morris were alive today, Morris wouldn't be here': Friends and family gather to remember restaurateur Morris Martick
LGBT film festival set for June
Baltimore QFest one of two gay film festivals set for city in 2012.
Date set for Morris Martick memorial: Event to be held Sunday at the Charles Theatre
A memorial for Morris Martick will be held at Charles Theater on Jan. 15
Beauty and the Beast, Contraband, Joyful Noise, Red Desert, Two-Lane Blacktop, and What Time is it There?
The director of Let the Right One In does John le Carré's spy classic right
Aria, The Devil Inside, French Connection, Red Desert, and Two-Lane Blacktop
Aria, The French Connection, and Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
The Adventures of TinTin, The Darkest Hour, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, and Z
Alvin and the Chipmunks, Mission Impossible, Sherlock Holmes, and more
A solid documentary gets inside Fishbone's extraordinary career
Steve McQueen and Michael Fassbender reunite for this sex addiction story
the most restless klezmer/rock/jazz/avant-garde/funk guitarist in Baltimore
Morgan student fatally shot in Charles Village
An adult man was reported shot in the head Thursday night on North Calvert Street in Charles Village, according to the Baltimore Police Department.
Diner, New Year's Eve, Senior Cut Day, The Sitter, Tin Men, and The Wild Child
The Baltimore-born director celebrates the 30th anniversary of Diner with a hometown screening-and a conversation about his career apart from Baltimoriana
A lost Fassbinder sci-fi film returns to the screen, here in the future where it belongs
Diner, Dragonslayer, The Leopard, Liberty Heights, Midnight in Paris, The Wild Child
Best week ever: Baltimore events, music, TV and more
Your guide to everything going on the week of 11/28-12/4
Michelle Williams leaves everyone else, even the film itself, in her dust as Marilyn Monroe
The Animation of Jan Svankmajer, Avalon, Arthur Christmas, Dune, Hugo, Liberty Heights, The Muppets, Taxi Driver
It's the end of the world as we know it, and Kirsten Dunst feels like crap
Avalon, Happy Feet Two, Platinum Blonde, and more.
Nov. 14-20 in nightlife: Height with Friends, Wham City Comedy, Smokers Club Tour with Method Man
Here are the best nightlife events in the Baltimore-area this week.
Best week ever: Baltimore events, music, movies and more
Everything you need to know about what's going on 11/14-11/20
Kevin Clash shines in new documentary 'Being Elmo'
The warm and fuzzy new documentary starring the Baltimore native premieres at the Charles Theatre
House, Immortals, J. Edgar, Jack and Jill, Like Crazy, The Taking of Pelham One Two Three
'Diner' cast and crew re-uniting in Baltimore
Director Barry Levinson and some cast members will return for Dec. 10 celebration of the film's 30
Pedro Almodóvar's latest isn't as good as it looks
The Grapes Of Wrath, Martha Marcy May Marlene, Tower Heist, A Very Harold and Kumar 3D Christmas, Went the Day Well?
After a three-year absence, grand opera returns to Baltimore
Anonymous, Dawn of the Dead, The Grapes of Wrath, In Time, The Matrix, Puss in Boots, The Rum Diary
When you think you have the extraordinary Jeff Nichols film all figured out, it proves you wrong. And then it does it again
Your guide to everything going on this week
All in This Tea, Cave of Forgotten Dreams, Four Adventures of Reinette and Mirabelle, Head-On, Johnny English Reborn, Love Crime, My Afternoon With Margueritte, Paranormal Activity 3, Summer, The Three Musketeers
David Cronenberg's breakout is as disturbing now as it was nearly 30 media-saturated years ago
Station North wants you to visit and stay a while
The Station North Arts and Entertainment District will spend a federal grant to encourage commuters from nearby Penn Station to stop and stay a while.
Baltimore events: Lewis Black, Double Dagger, Ravens and more
Big Night, The Thing, Footloose, The Big Year, Summer, The Soft Skin, Witch's Brew