Magic, Black Panther, Jimmie's Chicken Shack: The best of this week's Baltimore arts and entertainment scene
These are the week's top arts and entertainment events in Baltimore for the week of Feb 11-17, 2018.
Scavenger’s Delight: DJ Booman and DJ Kool Breez are record-scouring duo Dust Addicts
“My gold mine is flea markets,” Kool Breez tells me. “I love flea markets man. As long as we have gas money, and money to get there, we are good. I don't even
Dayhoff: I believe in Santa Claus
Throughout history, Westminster and Carroll County have been filled with the spirit of the season for the Christmas holidays. No Grinches here.
Throwback Thursday: The top 10 songs this week in 1968
This week 48 years ago, the following songs were the most popular in the U.S, according to Billboard's Hot 100 chart archive.
Star-Spangled Spectacular concert at Pier Six features BSO, diverse lineup
One of the main events in the national anthem bicentennial, the Star-Spangled Spectacular, broadcast on PBS, featured Baltimore Symphony Kenny Rogers, Smokey Robinson and more.
PBS makes great television out of Baltimore's 'Star-Spangled' concert
"Great Performances," the PBS showcase of American performing arts, came to town for the "Star-Spangled Spectacular" concert at Pier Six Saturday night and showed how to make great, live television.
The Star-Spangled Spectacular is actually pretty bad ass
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Throwback Thursday: The top 10 songs this week in 1983
The King of Pop reigned supreme in 1983, according to Billboard's Hot 100 chart archive. Let's dip into the '80s goodness.
'American Idol' recap: Top 3 perform
Q&A: Kevin Bacon and Michael Bacon of the Bacon Brothers on Fleetwood Mac, "El Blurto," and their 16th anniversary
What to do and where to go this season
James Ingram talks to Heaven 600 AM
Gallagher still has a smashing good time
Holiday show isn't much of a gamble for Rogers
Voices united over friend's illness
Music video: Sir Charles, the Gambler
Whatever happened to ... Tommy Vann
'Kumbiya' just wouldn't work as well
Jobs' EMI deal is a win for music industry, fans
Proudly hailing a stadium-sized singing talent
MPT hits its goal with $601,559 pledged Favorite: Public television viewers promised the most support during the program featuring Yanni in concert.
Edith Ann and Pretender try to save Christmas
People's choice: Rogers sings for QVC
Nashville's Flip Side Country-music capital has sights as well as sounds
New Rep Stage play provides social commentary with the sharp bite of wit
Chefs cross the border
Golf is no longer the only game in town at South Carolina's popular beach resort Myrtle Beach - COUNTRY MUSIC IS PLAYING THROUGH
Let's hope tonight's show outshines Grammy albums
Michael MilosevichLed Hoboken FourWESTWOOD, N.J. -- Michael...
If it sounds good, what's the ruckus T.R.O.U.B.L.E. finds Tritt in middle of it
Hollywood in Washington Actors want roles in policy, promotion
Filene's Basement to bypass BaltimoreFilene's Basement, a...
Ring in the New Year with Spinal Tap
Smart shopping turns into a party with bargains galore
Rogers riding to town to benefit AIDS research
In the land of country music, songwriters not singers reign supreme
Texas Utilities"If you need income and can...
Choice Awards: viewers have their say
Average folks to have their say in People's Choice
THEATERDickens for adults In case you thought...
Country music gallops into NBC lineup
Fox debuts Michael Jackson video
THEATERMusical classic An outstanding version of the...
Networks get into Halloween spirit
SHE'S HOME ALONE, AND . . . GOODNESS SNAKES ALIVE!
An autumn harvest of the arts Concerts will be fewer, but stores expect an avalanche of new albums
IN DUBLIN'S FAIR CITY, MUSIC ECHOES THROUGH STREETS BROAD AND NARROW It ranges from rock and roll to American-style country