Goldberg: Why we've let actors become our moral guides
Jonah Goldberg asks why movie stars and other celebrities have become an aristocracy of secular demigods.
St. Patrick, Pi(e) and tabletop games: This week in Baltimore arts and entertainment
Events in Baltimore the week of March 12-18, 2017
Compass Rose is a perfect fit for Eliot's 'Murder in the Cathedral'
Compass Rose Theater is showing off its innovative play selection in its third offering of the season in famed 20th century poet T.S. Eliot's probing drama, "Murder in the Cathedral."
Louis R. Mills Jr.
Louis R. Mills Jr., a nationally known and highly-regarded recording engineer who was called "Baltimore's Godfather of Sound," died of a heart attack
DVD\Blu-ray of the week: 'The Stunt Man'
Why Owen Wilson really IS Woody Allen in 'Midnight in Paris'
10 Oscar nominations I'd like to see
Happy Birthday, Peter O'Toole!
A trip to movie heaven
Anderson Cooper, the Muppets make a fundraiser gala great
An uneven night in Hollywood
Best of this week
BEST OF THIS WEEK
Everything about 'Lawrence' in epic proportions Commentary
CRITICS' PICKS: NEW DVDS
O'Toole, Burton in witty 'Becket' put 'big' in big screen
GOING FOR THE GOLD
Landing actor's actor for 'Venus'
Oscars reflect newfound diversity
'Solo Cinema' spotlights local directors
Sublime work gets cold shoulder amid a flurry of awards
Our critics' top 10 movies of 2006
'The end' for a landmark Theater: Tears flow as Westview Cinemas in Catonsville, which opened in 1965, closes to make way for an appliance store.
Some series' last episodes and 'The Last Crusade'
Let's cut to the chase on 'Braveheart': If it had any brains, it might be the best
Sweeps Relief TV preview: In 'Gulliver's Travels,' NBC offers a nifty adventure tale -- with a lot of help from the Brits.
Adding a name to show's fame Sponsor: 'Mobil's Masterpiece Theatre' is how PBS' winning series will now be known, after 25 years on air and a banner ratings season.
Baltimore's pride and joy
If you liked 'Pulp Fiction,' try the parody tonight
Big guy good for giggles in 'King Ralph'
The real bad girl is in 'Romeo Is Bleeding'
Ditch DH, before AL kills itself Two sets of rules is one too many
COMING ATTRACTIONS The VCR calls when air cools Releases cover range of choices
The actor in summer: Peter O'Toole's own story
Peter O'Toole's new role: Raucous autobiographer
Actors honor David Lean
The Grand Director David Lean's films examined love, duty
Oscarmania illuminates the history of movies
Peter O'Toole provides the chills in 'The Dark Angel'
Peter O'Toole brightens 'Dark Angel'
The witless and uninspired ascent of David Ward's 'King Ralph'
'King Ralph' is best when it becomes less funny
PFEIFFER, CONNERY ARE THE SUPERPOWERS BEHIND 'THE RUSSIA HOUSE'
'Nutcracker' animation is nearly crude