Things to do in Baltimore this week: Dragon Boat Challenge, Chesapeake Crab, Wine & Beer Festival and more
The top A&E events in the Baltimore area for the week of June 16-22, 2019.
Elite Eight of the Maryland Film/TV Showdown: The Clarice Starling Region
It's March Madness time, and that means an excuse for our favorite Baltimore movies and TV shows to duke it out.
Conflicts of Interest: Casting shadows in a cave
Sensory Friendly Films Jan. 3: Marley & Me
Comedy Central's Drunk History, created by a local, imagines what high school would be like if all your teachers were wasted
Richard Lewis plays Magooby's, promises "I will not comment on the name Timonium"
Capital Jazz Fest, "The Internship" among Pop Essentials
The Purge, The Internship, The Kings of Summer, and I am Divine!
Woody Allen's love letter to the city of Rome could use some editing
Crashing the Oscars
Feb. 22: Our own Oscars
I was greatly disappointed by City Paper's selections as listed in "The Year in Film"
Drive, Bill Cunningham New York, Bridesmaids, Attack the Block, The Tree of Life, and more.
THE YEAR IN FILM
Diner, Dragonslayer, The Leopard, Liberty Heights, Midnight in Paris, The Wild Child
Big Night, The Thing, Footloose, The Big Year, Summer, The Soft Skin, Witch's Brew
Who really won big: Captain America, Harry or Woody?
Carroll Movies for Sunday, July 10
Bad Teacher, A Better Life, Cars 2, The Madness of King George, The Miracle Worker, Slumdog Millionaire
Getting a little sci-fi action for Father's Day
Blu-ray Disc debut of 'Battle: Los Angeles' sends in the Marines
Why Owen Wilson really IS Woody Allen in 'Midnight in Paris'
Budrus, Drive Angry, Hall Pass, Mr. Bjarnfredarson, Nora's Will
Will '21 Jump Street' be as much fun as 'Starsky & Hutch?'
Celebrate Woody Allen's Cannes opening with his most underrated film
How Do You Know, The Muppet Christmas Carol, Tron: Legacy, The Tempest
Marley & Me on DVD
Swiftpicks 10 Things Not To Miss from A & E editor Tim Swift
PEOPLE & ENTERTAINMENT
'Marley' goes far beyond puppy love
Bond, James Bond at the Charles
A fan's guide