Monday, November 28, 2022

Arts & Culture

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

Ones to Watch: Words 2014 Fall Art Preview

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Lila (Farrar, Straus and Giroux), Marilynne Robinson’s fourth novel, tells the sweeping story of her eponymous (and utterly complex) protagonist’s hardscrabble childhood and unusual...

Ones to Watch: Brains 2014 Fall Art Preview

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Fred Bronstein, Dean, Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University With past stints as president of the St. Louis, Dallas and Omaha symphonies, the talented...

FALL PREVIEW

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  The People’s Photographer: Martha Cooper Faking It: Hannah Brancato & Rebecca Nagle Expect the Unexpected: Jeffrey Kent & Jeanine Turner Putting Down Roots: Ian Gallanar Spontaneous Combustion: Baltimore...

1 art peoples photographer

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98,000. THAT’S HOW MANY PEOPLE follow Martha Cooper on Instagram. A 2013 retrospective of her work titled “Street Signs” at the Palazzo Incontro in...

The Jazz Singer We caught up with Molly Ringwald to ask about her first...

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By the age of 3, you were already performing on stage with your dad. Do you remember those days? Very well. All my earliest memories...

The Cat’s Pajamas We asked soul sensation Bosley Brown to shed the '60s slim-cut...

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STYLE: Tell me something totally uncool about you. Bosley Brown: I learned early on that I can’t try to look sexy. I did that...

5. Brains weird science

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Until last year, Thomas Dolby had never spent much time in Baltimore. But when his “Invisible Lighthouse” tour brought him through Charm City, he...

Expect the Unexpected

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Empty space. New building. Lots of foot traffic. Stone’s throw from the light rail. What to do? You could be forgiven for letting your...

2 theatrr putting down roots

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Ian Gallanar had a PROBLEM with Shakespeare. He didn’t connect with the Bard—at least early on. “I thought it was for smart people,” he...

Spontaneous Combustion A totally fake, fill-in-the-blanks interview with the Baltimore Improv Group.

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To celebrate Baltimore Improv Group’s big move to the Mercury Theater (formerly the Strand), we asked BIG artistic/executive director Michael Harris to share some...