Monday, May 23, 2022

Arts & Culture

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

Getting Personal with the Personals One writer trawls Craigslist to hilarious effect.

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You know you’ve made it as a writer when you go perusing the Craigslist writing gigs section late at night.  There you’ll find a...

Going Public Two artists bring the private lives of the LGBTQ community to light—and...

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"The truth of the matter is, a lot of us are living very mundane, familiar lives,” Rahne Alexander says, her hands wrapped around an...

Shroom with a View The annual Mushroom Festival takes over Kennett Square Sept. 10-11....

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Tucked away inconspicuously in the southeastern corner of Pennsylvania, a shiitake’s throw from Philadelphia, lies the town of Kennett Square, the self-proclaimed Mushroom Capital...

RIP Gene Wilder The beloved film actor died today at 83.

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It was my phone, of course, that first notified me today of Gene Wilder's death. As a lover of many of his films (and...

Classically Hip? As the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra marks their milestone 100th this year, they...

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Packed with refined revelers celebrating beneath a canopy of gold balloons, Meyerhoff Symphony Hall fairly glittered this past February. The attendees, however, had not...

True Stories Close Up Baltimore documents locals’ real lives to reshape ...

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  This past April, two weeks before Maryland’s primary election, and, not incidentally, before the one-year anniversary of the explosive civic unrest that rocked Baltimore...

Art Transplant Baltimore is home to serious artists from hither and yon, and...

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In the late summer of 2002, my boyfriend at the time helped me move by U-Haul truck from Los Angeles to Baltimore, where I...

Art Transplant: The Drama Queen A college grad achieves the (seemingly) impossible: finding a...

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The following is part of STYLE's "Art Transplant" feature, which introduces artists who moved to Baltimore to hone their craft and find a creative...

You (Still) Can’t Stop the Beat 'Hairspray' made its Broadway debut 14 years ago...

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Good Morning, Baltimore! If that phrase makes you start singing, then you might be a Hairspray fan. Not just of the 1988 John Waters...

The Beat: Samantha Fish, Litz Amplify Hot August’s Eclectic Lineup

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Samantha Fish is branching out from the blues, a fitting evolution for her performance at the Hot August Music Festival on Saturday. The singer and...