Culture, Featured, Station North

Soon You Might Be Mini-Golfing Across Station North

0 Written by: | Wednesday, Jun 29, 2016 10:27am

Photo by Groupuscule.

Photo by Groupuscule.

Imagine playing the first two holes of a round of mini-golf at Penn Station, then hiking up past the Metro Gallery for another couple, then to the Ynot Lot, and finally to the park at St. Paul Street and Lafayette Avenue with the “We the People” mural. Read More →


Hampden’s Summer Film Series Arrives with Independence Day

0 Written by: | Tuesday, Jun 28, 2016 3:15pm

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Getting together in the neighborhood and catching an outdoor movie is one of the many joys of summer. In Hampden, Luigi’s is providing the screen, and even some grilled meats. Read More →

Culture, Featured

The Orioles Just Did Something Unprecedented

0 Written by: | Monday, Jun 27, 2016 9:42am

Chris Davis


By just about any measure, the Baltimore Orioles are killing it this season. Read More →

Culture, Featured

Flacco’s Not Dead; He Is Surely Alive

0 Written by: | Thursday, Jun 23, 2016 10:14am

The deleted and retracted tweet.

The deleted and retracted tweet.

Forget whether or not Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco is “elite.” Wednesday night, fans had a hard enough time figuring out whether he was alive. Read More →


Baltimore Fave Anne Tyler Publishes New Novel This Week

0 Written by: | Thursday, Jun 23, 2016 9:25am


Anne Tyler’s newest novel, Vinegar Girl, retells the story of The Taming of the Shrew–which just happens to be, as Tyler told the Washington Post, her least favorite Shakespeare play.

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Walters Art Museum Mashups Pair New Sounds With Historic Visual Works

0 Written by: | Wednesday, Jun 22, 2016 3:06pm

photo via Wikimedia Commons/Wallstreethotrod

photo via Wikimedia Commons/Wallstreethotrod

catch of the day fish (2)The Walters Art Museum isn’t offering outdoor concerts for the summer, but they’re still using the fair weather months to offer music in an out-of-the-ordinary context. Read More →

Baltimore Writers Club, Culture, Featured

Faux ‘Ruxton Academy’ Sets the Scene for Local Writer’s Latest Novel

0 Written by: | Wednesday, Jun 22, 2016 11:00am

The Trouble With Lexie book jacket

Baltimore Writers’ Club is an occasional series introducing new books from Baltimoreans.

Jessica Anya Blau fans — a significant voting bloc in Baltimore —will be found on their pool lounges this summer with another of her high-spirited, racy novels in hand. As usual, it’s a triple fudge sundae with sex, drugs, and money on top. This time, we’re at a fictional East Coast private school called Ruxton Academy, where guidance counselor Lexie James, 33, has gotten herself in a heap o’ trouble.

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Culture, Featured

This New Guitar Is Very, Very Baltimore

0 Written by: | Wednesday, Jun 22, 2016 10:09am

The Reverend JW1

The Reverend JW1

One of Baltimore’s favorite guitar players just got a signature model that doubles as an art piece. Read More →


LatinoFest Returns to Patterson Park

0 Written by: | Tuesday, Jun 21, 2016 4:47pm

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The city’s growing Latino population is set to celebrate in Southeast Baltimore this weekend. Read More →


Bolton Hill, Culture, Featured

Confess Your Secrets at MICA Today

0 Written by: | Tuesday, Jun 21, 2016 9:36am


It’s not always easy to tell the truth.  Read More →

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