Maura Callahan

Writer

Maura Callahan was born, raised, and educated in Baltimore and has written for City Paper since 2013. She is both an artist and critic, which is a weird place to occupy. She is interested in visual art, theater, dance, and performance art, especially when it's subversive; and also history and cheese.

Recent Articles

  • Three shows highlight Transgender Day of Remembrance

    Three shows highlight Transgender Day of Remembrance

    Trans/Queer/Femme Weekend is both a commemoration and a celebration. Held at multiple venues Nov. 20 and 21, the weekend ties together three shows featuring women, transgender people, queer folks, and their allies. The events surround Transgender Day of Remembrance, held internationally in November...

  • Boys Boys Boys: Hampden men get sexy for charity

    Boys Boys Boys: Hampden men get sexy for charity

    Playboy recently announced it would no longer publish images of nude women. (There's little point in putting soft porn in print when the internet offers easier and faster access to hard-core stuff.) Instead, the iconic men's magazine is shifting its focus to reported journalism and booze coverage—with...

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