Ravens offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg admits offense let up against Bengals
Ravens offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg agrees that offense let up on Bengals
Talent, ignoble end of actor George Rose recalled in new play at Signature Theatre
Award-winning character actor George Rose, who met ignoble end, is recalled in one-man play written and performed by his friend Ed Dixon.
'Wicked' swirls back to Baltimore
"Wicked," the musical prequel to "The Wizard of Oz," heads back to the hometown of its producer Marc Platt; this third visit brings TV veteran John Davidson along as the Wizard.
In The Arts: Politics as usual blurs fiction and reality
Make your Valentine's Day sizzle with steak
Over-attention to detail slightly bogs down ambitious historical courtroom drama
Rats! Foiled again
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A theater dream fulfilled
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Aw, shucks, 'Companion' has a lot to like
This 'Panther' needs to be given the pink slip
'In & Out' is pure Kline: Smart, silly and likable Movie review
Either basketball or movies
Final salutes for Commander Ending: Ocean City's 67-year-old Commander Hotel will be torn down in a few days, giving Marylanders cause to fondly recall vacations there.
A moving 'Mountains'
Wild Things 'Fierce Creatures' is completely different, outrageously funny
On Bard Time Review: No matter how they treat his plays, the power of Shakespeare's words shines through.
'Relativity' is well-bred, but it has growing up to do Preview: You want angst, you've got it. But new TV series from the 'thirtysomething' and 'My So-Called Life' guys needs more than that to make us fall in love.
Colorful casting required for Clinton-esque 'Primary'
Quasi-Moody Review: This tale of Quasimodo is Disney, is rated G and is pretty wonderful in places. But think twice about taking the little ones, because it also has some creepy, grown-up moments.
Hepburn may be enough to keep you inside today
'Muppets' show pulled because of its bad timing
One strong actress, Marian Seldes moves front and center in Albee play Power plays: Many supporting roles prepared her for starring in 'Three Tall Women.'
The camera loves Beaufort Film-friendly: The stately South Carolina town has been the setting for many movies, and it's just the ticket for tourists, too.
Country music honors its grandest at Opry
Until tomorrow night, tie one on with Cal
Ryan, Kline charm in 'French Kiss'
Wolfe is opening doors to theater of a new century
Salute to Scotland, scares, remakes on spring film list
Movies, old and new, are as American as apple pie
White House, haunted house or nothing
A crazy time for choreographer leads to a Tony
Celebrating Souris' Saloon
'OTHELLO' STAR FINDS MOOR TO LIKE AT CENTER STAGE
Culkin is complement in pleasing 'Nutcracker'
The Haircut: Political fortunes fall at a brisk clip
Peter O'Toole's new role: Raucous autobiographer
'DAVE' A populist comedy of capital improvement, Baltimore - style Presidential material, Kevin Kline reels audience into film
The movie was a horror story
Hunt Cup set has a ball
'Consenting Adults': Questions take some of the thrill out of thriller
'Chaplin' may have the walk, but stumbles everywhere else
'Consenting Adults' doesn't command attention like Hitchcock can
The Reporter Gets to Play Reporter
Movies, once a magnet for escapists, are turning to reality this fall
Fans ignore request to boycott Warner filming at Oriole Park
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