On Saturday evening, people from all over Baltimore—some coming straight from the Women's March in Washington—filed into Coppin State University's James Wheldon Auditorium, passing through the epicenter of the Baltimore Uprising to see acclaimed actors perform dramatic readings of an adapted version of Sophocles' 2,500-year-old Greek tragedy "Antigone."
Paul Giamatti as Honore de Balzac, author and debauched coffee addict. The big-body rap artist Action Bronson on tour eating great food and smoking pot in epic quantities. And some of the best backstage reporting on the presidential campaign in any medium. After years of hearing experts say television was on the way out, it might shock some to know that there is actually more TV than ever. Lots more, and the people, performances and topics listed above are included in some of the best, brightest