The best Baltimore events this week: Maryland State Fair, Cirque du Soleil and Goo Goo Dolls
The week's 10 best arts and entertainment events in Baltimore on Aug. 20-26.
Look Who's Stalking
Aronofsky, trying to please both the religious and the agnostic succeeds in jeering at both.
The Lunchbox, Noah, Sabotage, and Alphaville
Home alone and abandoned and afraid and disturbed in the pitch-black comedy
Head of the class: Area students receive academic awards, degrees
Phoenix, Partkton, Hydes, Freeland, Hereford, Sparks, Monkton, Jarrettsville students recieve academic awards.
The idea here is whether or not to tell your best friend his spouse is cheating on him. Obviously we all know the answer.
Josh Charles breaks through on hit CBS drama
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'Just Not That' believable
'Inkheart': Where's the fantasy? Where's the fun?
The big picture
The Ron Howard Spotlight Collection
Film stars get taste of Baltimore during weekend shoot
Big names in town for 'Into You'
'Not That Into You' is into Baltimore
Hapless 'Little Children' needs some restraint
Unreeling in the next few months Previews: Coming soon are "Marvin's Room," "Return of the Jedi" and a rerelease of John Waters' "Pink Flamingos." Save room for popcorn.
Pretty harsh lesson in black and white
Saddle up for family entertainment
'Rocketeer' is calculated Disney effort
TELEVISIONAll the world's a stageIt's not the...
'Rocketeer' blasts off with wit, special effects
No fear of flying here
Connelly and Campbell bask in the glow of impending stardom
Love blooms on the set of 'Rocketeer'
* "Dying Young" Julia Roberts is a...
ON THE SCREEN: A SUMMER OF LOVE AND LAUGHTER Season trends: movies by black directors and a lack of police flicks
Hughes' 'Career Opportunities' is a comedic opportunity lost
Lame, irresponsible 'Career Opportunities' makes fun of violence
Bryan Gordon will direct two relationship comedies
'Hot Spot' tries to replace plot with nudity
'Hot Spot' lacks dynamics, quick pace of the novel