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This past Thursday night, festive crowds gathered on the cobblestones at Mount Vernon Place to celebrate the annual lighting of Baltimore’s Washington Monument.
Madison Smartt Bell is best known as a novelist, but he has always written short fiction as well. Releasing a collection of seemingly unrelated short stories is no easy feat in the evolving world of publishing, but Bell has found a rather unique approach.
This holiday season, local artists might want to add to their holiday wish-lists a “Ruby.” Over the next year, The Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance will be awarding a hundred and twenty thousand dollars in Rubys Grants to qualified applicants seeking to fund new creative projects.
After a long career as a visual artist, Baltimore painter Jean-Pierre Weill has written his first book. It’s a children’s book – for adults – and it’s an elegantly simple crystallization of our grownup search for happiness through a maze of doubts and longings.
Half a century ago in Taneytown, Maryland, a young couple – Dotty and Leroy Eyeler - started a bluegrass band together. Little did they know they’d become the matriarch and patriarch of a musical legacy: The Carroll County Ramblers.
Today, the band is anchored by Dotty and Leroy’s children, brother and sister Bonnie and Dale.
Have you ever taken a drawing class, the kind where you draw a live model? Most of those models just do the work on the side, here and there, to make a few extra bucks. But there are some lucky ones who have agents, managers who treat them like superstars and tend to their every need.
Celebrated Baltimore novelist Sujata Massey recently took the spotlight at a Stoop Storytelling event titled, “It’s a Mystery: Stories about the unanswered questions that haunt our city, our families, and ourselves.” Massey loves to write a good mystery, but as you’ll hear, it’s not
December 6th through the 8th, Baltimore’s Theatre Project will host a visiting production that asks us to re-evaluate our stereotypes about Muslim women. Unveiled is a one-woman play, written by (and starring) Rohina Malik.
After a long career as a naval architect, Wilbert McKinley, Jr., is starting over. This time, he’s building an entire fleet by himself – out of Legos. Commodore McKinley’s educational Teach Fleet is the story of a man who finally discovers what he’s meant to do. He becomes a visionary artist and a mentor.