Noise An Arts Blog
Bon Iver brings his songs about bout loss and longing to Merriweather Post Pavilion tonight

Justin Vernon, who records his ambitious solo project under the name Bon Iver (similar to say, John Darnielle's The Mountain Goats or Phil Elverum's Mount Eerie) made a big name for himself with 2010's "Bon Iver, Bon Iver," a record that mixed sad-bro indie folk with Talk Talk "Laughing Stock" atmospherics and a touch of '80s cheez—it was something else.

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Young Writers in Baltimore share their work at Red Emma's tonight

May 24

Since 2008, Writers in Baltimore Schools encourages Baltimore City students to write and explore their voice on the page in school programs, after-school programs, and summer courses. This Wednesday at Red Emma’s, these students will share their work.

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Help Baltimore School for the Arts by watching a movie starring two alums at CinéBistro

Thanks to a $130 million deficit in Baltimore City Public Schools' budget for next year, every principal in the district has had to make decisions about where to cut back in order to save money. The push is to try to avoid laying off teachers, for obvious reasons.

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JPEGMAFIA and rap legend Willie D of Geto Boys talk Trump, Russia, Steve Harvey, and more

The first time I ever went to Texas was on a bus with curtains draped over the windows. I just joined the military and got shipped off to basic training in San Antonio. I didn't see much when I stepped out, because I had an armed soldier in my face telling me how much of a bitch I was even though I never met him.

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Baltimore Video Collective resurfaces with plans for nonprofit Beyond Video space

The idea for a nonprofit video store in Baltimore was first floated in 2012, after Video Americain closed its Charles Village location and was strugging to remain open in Roland Park.

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Stoop Storytelling and Everyman Theatre offer tales from backstage tonight

May 22

I’m always curious about all the behind-the-scenes stuff that goes into putting on a play—the messy parts that include humans working together without wanting to kill each other, memorizing lots of lines, tackling a giant task, and somehow pulling it off (or not).

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