The Baltimore Orioles of 2019: Tips on coping
Just because the Orioles are projected to finish dead-last in Major League Baseball doesn't mean Baltimore should despair (well, not completely anyway).
Imperfect comedy at Laurel Mill Playhouse
Laurel Mill Playhouse presents "You Can't Take It With You" through March 4. Cast and crew seem to be having a great time but play needs stronger direction, better set design and more.
'Frozen' on Ice, Bob Marley, new plays at Everyman and the Hippodrome and more of the best on Baltimore's arts and entertainment scene this week
The top A&E events in Baltimore for the week of Jan. 28-Feb. 3, 2018
'The Lion King' returns to Baltimore with its uplifting story, catchy music and intricate puppets
As the national touring production of "The Lion King" returns to Baltimore's Hippodrome Theatre for the third time, puppet master Michael Reilly and Baltimore-born actor Keith Bennett talk about the musical's mechanics and enduring popularity.
Take pride in African American veterans
February provides an opportunity to reflect on the proud, but often overlooked, history of African-American military service
With 'Fences,' a timely revival for Everyman Theatre
Everyman Theatre's 25th anniversary season will continue with a revival of August Wilson's Pulitzer Prize-winning "Fences."
Stringer Bell, John Luther, Nelson Mandela -- Idris Elba is on a roll
Stringer Bell, John Luther, Nelson Mandela and maybe the next James Bond -- the career of Idris Elba is on the rise.
In The Arts: Politics as usual blurs fiction and reality
'The Real Housewives of Orange County' recap: Episode 4
Featuring the charm and depth of an after-school special
Morgan State University brings August Wilson's Jitney back to Baltimore
Carroll movie times for Sept. 25
Dolphin Tale, Abduction and Killer Elite open at TownMall of Westminster
Louis R. Mills Jr.
Louis R. Mills Jr., a nationally known and highly-regarded recording engineer who was called "Baltimore's Godfather of Sound," died of a heart attack
'Book of Mormon' picks up 14 Tony nominations
Poe's 200th anniversary: S.J. Chambers
PEOPLE AND ENTERTAINMENT
Cleopatra looks like a sista!
Business teacher creates, sells ethnic trivia game
Diversity takes the stage
'Cat' luring large number of blacks to Broadway
Among its many pages, magazine takes a good, long look at China
Improv a natural fit for actress Mo'Nique
Liz makes triumphant return to stage to raise money for AIDS
Kidman's various roles show she's not afraid to take chance
Animation is in full swing
The next big thing acted opposite Paris Hilton and George Clooney
Critics' picks: New DVDs
'Solo Cinema' spotlights local directors
Play series returns to Lyric
Actors bloom in creaky plot
Glimpse a Glen Burnie extra on TV in this week's 'Homicide'
Anger in the squad room TV: NBC's 'Homicide' returns, and a new face -- white, female -- is hogging the limelight. A rude welcome back for Pembleton. She and he don't mince words.
Supporting Roles Causes: As celebrities increasingly look for issues to champion, and charities seek exposure for their issues, a new public relations niche is born.
100 years of making suits Haas: Now a century old, Haas Tailoring Co. is still looking to the future even as it recalls with pride some of the famous who have purchased its made-in-Baltimore suits.
New 'Blue' recollections of some golden oldies
Actor got good roles by writing them Nominee: Billy Bob Thornton created a movie that could win him a pair of Oscars.
A Superior Force Movies: 'Star Wars' is being released again, 20 years after its first time around, and it's still a spectacularly gripping story.
Programmed response TV: If it's holiday time, networks are ready to blanket viewers in warm, fuzzy programming, which families are ready to love and look for year after year.
Hope shares last laughs in final NBC special
Role Model Theater: For the first time, Robert Foxworth is acting in the same play as his son Bo. Only Bo is anxious about it.
All hail the president of pop!
WBAL wins the gold in TV games Television: The Olympics helped Channel 11 claim the area's top viewership for all three evening news slots during a normally low-key ratings period.
LORD OF THE RINGS, Art: Playing off the five circles of the Olympic logo, art-world grandee J. Carter Brown has pulled together great works from around the world and presented them in five categories for a show in Atlanta.
Old 'Lucy' is day's best sitcom
Exhibit at Oakland Mills bank is on the money
Mechanic takes musical turn New season: 'Smokey Joe's Cafe' and 'The King and I' are among shows announced for 1996-97.
Getting under the Skin 'A Family Thing' tackles racial prejudice without preaching or glamour. It feels real and that feels good.