Tuesday, January 31, 2023

Arts & Culture

Baltimore Style’s Arts coverage includes the latest news on local artists, musicians, exhibits, museums and more.

Picture This In this month's Portfolio, Michael Yockel explores the profound work of Ruth...

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In Ruth Pettus’ painting “Coming ’Round the Mountain” (2016), an indistinct figure dashes across a trifurcated landscape. Its lack of facial features and hard...

Baltimore Designer Heads to Paris

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Paris Fashion Week is a time when the industry’s best houses, brands and designers debut their new collections and collaborations. This year, Carlous Palmer,...

With a Side of Memory One writer leaves an heirloom recipe off the Thanksgiving...

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Back in the 1970s, my babysitter wore a T-shirt with the slogan “If you love something, set it free. If it comes back to...

5 Questions with Dan Fesperman

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Former Baltimore Sun journalist Dan Fesperman is the author of 11 spy and crime novels bursting with real-life international inspiration. His latest, “Safe Houses,”...

Weekend Plans: What to Do 4/13-4/16 There's plenty to see and do in Charm...

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THURSDAY 13 Theater: That Face Baltimore Center Stage's Third Space, an intimate 99-seat theater, makes its debut with "That Face," a play about a dysfunctional family...

Late-Breaking Comic Mathan Erhardt leaves a gig at the MVA to write for Samantha...

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“I only do tasteful nudity,” Mathan Erhardt says quietly. Photographer Justin Tsucalas and I are discussing possible backdrops for the “Full Frontal with Samantha...
Joseph Meyerhoff Hall in Ukrainian yellow and blue

BSO and Creative Alliance to Benefit Ukraine on Thursday Concert draws on Meyerhoff's Ukrainian...

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  The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra is holding a benefit concert Thursday evening to support Ukraine and its citizens in the wake of the ongoing war...

Something New Two brides. Two custom dresses. Two totally different stories.

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The Fairytale  The way Ella Pritsker and Ivona Schapiro tell it, their meeting was something of a Cinderella story — but designer Pritsker was less...

Queen of Her World Everyman’s New Play Reigns

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What I continue to enjoy about Everyman Theatre’s plays is how much they resonate with our current world — even when they are not...
City Ranch

Park Heights Renaissance To Honor African American Heritage, Horse Racing During the Preakness

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This weekend marks the 147th Preakness Stakes – a day traditionally filled with big hats, music and the reason for the celebration: Maryland’s rich...