Fireworks, John Oliver, perhaps the worst movie ever and more of the week’s best events in the Baltimore area
The top A&E events in Baltimore for the week of Dec. 31, 2017-Jan. 6, 2018.
Lions, Tigers, and Blood: Garbage classic and John Waters favorite "Roar" mixes melodrama with real life massive scalp lacerations
It's not a good sign when your film opens with a title card proudly informing the audience that it is "with great pride that we display the seal of The
Tommy Wiseau's baffling, compelling, misogynist melodrama "The Room" screens at The Senator tonight
Two City Paper Weed issues ago, a few staffers got together and watched, "The Room," Tommy Wiseau's baffling, compelling, misogynist, ridiculous melodrama about
"Long live the new flesh"—spring revivals at the Charles and the Senator announced
The full list of revivals going on at the Charles Theater and the Senator Theatre this season were announced earlier this week and it is as usual, a
New cafe The Room set to open in Mount Vernon this week
A new cafe called The Room is set to open this week in the St. Paul Street space previously occupied by Red Emma's and, for a brief time, the Parlor.
Greg Sestero of 'The Room' discusses making 'the Citizen Kane of bad movies' at the Carroll Arts Center
Writer and actor Greg Sestero discusses being a part of the cult hit "The Room."
Three City Paper writers think way too hard about 'The Room'
Black Comedy: Stars and the Sea, Rasputina, and Voltaire at the Ottobar, Feb. 25
Mondo Baltimore Debuts June 3 With The Room