Monday, May 23, 2022

Arts & Culture

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

Head of the Class This summer, Jean Brune retires after 24 years as head...

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>>>A 1960 graduate of RPCS, Jean Brune graduated magna cum laude from Middlebury College, where she was elected Phi Beta Kappa, and received her...

Shelf Life This summer, bring these new literary books by Baltimore writers to the...

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Do you ever get the urge to blow up everything in your life, go far away and start over again? I do, so I...

Portfolio ANIMAL KINGDOM

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PICTURE THIS   Humans exist on a spectrum—we oscillate within the vagaries of gender, time, reality and imagination. Lania D’Agostino’s work displays such complex humanity—we are...

Listen to Great American Canyon Band’s New Album “Only You Remain” out this Friday.

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    Great American Canyon Band’s first full-length album “Only You Remain” will be out this Friday, April 8. But you can listen now. The band...

Inside Peek: Light City U Successful women entrepreneurs talk how to pay it forward

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Light City Baltimore officially kicked off Monday not only its festival of lights at the Inner Harbor, but also its series of conferences, called...

Acclaimed Author Comes to Johns Hopkins Marilynne Robinson talks “Literature of Social Import”

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Instead of a thirsty Thursday, how about an erudite evening? If you want to spend your evening listening to great literature (and maybe feeling...

Age of Enlightenment Baltimore-based literary journal Passager provides a forum for older writers and...

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In a cramped office in the heart of Mount Vernon lives Passager, a journal and press publishing only authors over the age of 50....

Portfolio Mood Indigo

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PICTURE THIS A kind of beautiful desolation pervades Karen Klinedinst's photograph “Morning Moon.” In muted grays, blues and browns, it exudes a disquieting stillness: bare...

“I Want You Back!” "Motown: The Musical" delivers at the Hippodrome.

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Everybody has a song or two that comes to mind when they hear "Motown." Maybe it's "My Girl,"—or "My Guy," for that matter. Or...

ShareBaby’s DiaperSHARE Burgeoning in Baltimore The non-profit organization has donated more than 20,000 diapers....

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Eliseba Osore, 26, a Baltimore area social worker, was shocked to learn that diapers are not covered under WIC or food stamps. After hearing...