Oct. 6, 1999
Zappa Bust Unveiled
Baltimore Barnburners: Songs of Our City at the Creative Alliance, Nov. 20
Quick Sketches May 5-13
Baltimore Women's Film Festival Announces 2008 Dates
Creative Alliance Announces Seventh Annual Art to Dine For Series
Ten Years Ago in City Paper: Nov. 7, 2001
Quick Sketches: Sept. 24-Oct. 2
Creative Alliance Hosts Refugee Panel Discussion
Ten Years Ago in City Paper: March 20, 2002
What's good this weekend?: Katt Williams, Caleb Stine, "The Memo"
Local film: O'Malley Curiously Announces Support for "New, Existing" Film Festivals
Curtain Time Jan. 5: Theater Openings This Week
Local Art Openings: Sept. 4-6
Quick Sketches, July 9 and 10
Call for entries: BMA seeks local artists to respond to Franz West
Paper Kingdom Release Show
Art and Stage Happenings This Weekend
The Charm City LGBT Film Festival returns for third year
ELM, Shitstorm, Blaqstarr, Itzhak Perlman, and more.
Benesch aims to put JCC's Gordon Center 'back on the map'
Randi Benesch is new director of The Gordon Center for the Performing Arts in Owings Mills and she wants to take it in a new direction.
Dirty Fences, Cloud Becomes Your Hand, Cory Gunz, and more
Brett Dennen, Pontiak, Roomrunner, and more
Gabrielle Goodman, Knolly Moles, The Bridge, Stone Hill All Stars, and more
Ralph R. Baney, sculptor
Ralph R. Baney, a sculptor and ceramic artist who taught at Dundalk Community College, died of an aortic aneurysm Jan. 21 at his Ellicott City home. He was 84.
Windmill of Corpses, Twiddle, Bink Baghdad, and more
Like/Dislike with Bosley, musician
If you're throwing a 1940s-themed party, you can't go wrong with Baltimore musician Bosley. In fact, it'd be a bit remiss not to include him.
I-Wen Wang, Twin Radio, Chrissy Vasquez, and more
New director improving morale at Baltimore Clayworks
Baltimore Clayworks finally has a new director replacing the embattled one who resigned under fire in 2012We profile her.
Tony Nickolas and the Nicotines, Dom Kennedy, Melon Farmers, and more.
Interstate Rivals, Marc Avon Evans, Demiz, and more
Big Mouth, Clay Davis, The Blue Man Group, and more
Next to Nothing,Sun Club, Weakwick, and more
Robert Houston has been documenting life in Baltimore and elsewhere for over 50 years
What's up with jazz and blues
A Charlie Brown Jazz Christmas, Baltimore Philharmonia, Matisyahu Hanukkah Show, and more.
Laura Amussen's first solo show in seven years is awash in tension
Couple finds urban living an eclectic delight
Baltimore real estate
Diego Figueiredo, KMFDM, Cyrus Chestnut, and more
Jacob Panic, Slow Jerks, Lost Tribe, and more
Cooking with beer gains popularity
The idea that beer has just as much right as wine to be on a fancy dinner table is not a novelty. And during the annual Baltimore Beer Week celebration, which begins on Friday, it's a matter of principle.
Levi Stephens, Sole, Never Never, and more.
Duel Jam, Mike Dillon Band, Ke$ha, Florida Georgia Line, and more
An improvisational history of the origin of Baltimore as a hotbed for avant-garde music
Eros and the Eschaton, June Star, Kishi Bashi, Sick Sick Birds, and more
Vicki McComas, an urban folk artist, traces her story from Martick's to the Tavern to Dead Strippers
Catherine Grason, Windhand, Cornelius the Third, E. Joseph and the Phanton Heart, and more