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The seminal moments of the DC punk scene were captured on film, and images have been rediscovered decades later. Photographer Lucian Perkins and musician Alec MacKaye share their new photo book, Hard Art: DC 1979, with producer Aaron Henkin.
The term ‘gleaning’ goes back to the Old Testament. In Biblical times, when farmers harvested a field, they’d opt not to go over it a second time, so the poor could follow behind and gather the uncollected grain to feed themselves. That ancient balancing of bounty and need is a lesson not lost on the modern-day volunteer organization, Gather Baltimore.
“Bars and Stripes Forever: Inequalities and Incarceration in America” was the title of the September 17th Constitution Day symposium at the Maryland Institute College of Art, held in partnership with the ACLU of Maryland.
This is a full recording of the September 17th MICA Constitution Day symposium, Bars and Stripes Forever: Inequalities and Incarceration in America, held in partnership with the ACLU of Maryland.
Since the first issue hit newsstands 10 years ago, Found Magazine creator Davy Rothbart and his associates have made a habit of occasionally jumping in a van, touring the country, and performing a live show at book stores, clubs, and college auditoriums. Found magazine collects “stuff” - notes, photographs, love letters – anything that gives a glimpse into someone else’s life.
For several weekends in a row this past summer, downtown Baltimore was ground zero for nerd culture. You couldn’t drive down Pratt Street without doing at least one double take, as the elaborately costumed fans of Otakon, Bronycon, and Comicon strutted their eccentric stuff up and down the sidewalks. One fan fest you might have missed, though, happened about 10 blocks away from the rest of the action, over at Rams Head Live.
Most of us don’t get out to the movies as often as we might like, but we can always live vicariously through the globe-trotting adventures of Signal film critic Josh Slates. Slates has reported from festivals at Sundance, Cannes, Sitges, and Hong Kong. He’s just back from the Toronto International Film Festival, and he sits down with producer Aaron Henkin for the latest in up-and-coming cinema.
The High Zero Festival of Experimental Improvised Music begins September 16th. High Zero has always encouraged spontaneous guerilla street performances called ‘High Jinx.’ Signal contributor Andrew Bernstein, a member of the High Zero Collective and festival co-organizer, brings us an audio collage of memories from some favorite past High Jinx.
Swimming pools are closed, schools are open, and while some of us are already missing the lazy days of summer, Baltimore Fishbowl columnist Marion Winik is cheering the change of season. She joins us to share some of the highs (and lows) of her less-than-perfect summer vacation.