Sunday, November 27, 2022

Arts & Culture

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

4.fun gambling man

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I love Ben Affleck, who keeps getting kicked out of casinos for counting cards. I don’t really understand what it means—or how you can...

Faking It Two local artists conducted the perfect culture-jamming experiment—hijacking Victoria's Secret's identity to...

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MICA fiber arts grads Hannah Brancato and Rebecca Nagle landed on Fast Company’s “100 Most Creative People” list for an elaborate “panty prank”—where they...

5. Brains write on

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1. What is your background and how did you find such a lasting fit at UB? I graduated from The Writing Seminars at Johns Hopkins...

3 sounds soul siren

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IMAGINE THIS: Katrina Ford,  the statuesque vocalist for Baltimore’s indie-rock powerhouse Celebration, and Sean Antanaitis, her band mate and husband, are sitting at home...

6. Words mikita

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Sprawled odalisque-style on a body-engulfing leather and wood camel-back Chesterfield in her condo in midtown’s venerable Belvedere Hotel, Mikita Brottman reaches over its side...

6. Words

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“Why are we so afraid to have conversations about death? It’s the only thing promised in life but no one wants to discuss it,”...

Group Dynamics

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zoe charlton In “Dreamers and Builders,” two nude men struggle under a tower of North American trees, suburban houses, clouds and a little red barn....

flash fiction

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Swimming Lessons by Timmy Reed I was the only boy in Baltimore that had to go to summer school for Sexual Education. I knew nothing...

Rock On

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“Bowtie” Bob Nelson at The 8x10 Whether you’re wondering if the baby’s going to sleep through the night or crossing your fingers she’ll make it...

New Books by Baltimoreans

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’Til the Well Runs Dry (Henry Holt), Lauren Francis-Sharma’s first novel, is a sweeping multi-generational, multi-cultural tale. Set in Trinidad and the U.S., the...