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  • Portrait of a Scene: An artist reflects on the Baltimore Portrait Project

    Portrait of a Scene: An artist reflects on the Baltimore Portrait Project
    I am totally one of those super-ADD people who doesn’t own a TV but can’t stop staring at a screen when there’s one in a bar. It drives people crazy. I couldn’t care less about whatever sports event is typically on, but if someone is trying to talk to me and there’s a glowing image behind them it’s impossible to hold my attention. And now, like many residents of Midtown Baltimore, I find myself looking up constantly—waiting for the bus, crossing the street, blundering up a crowded sidewalk—transfixed by the seductive glow of the Baltimore LED Art Billboard. 
  • A year and a half after losing its space to a fire, Open Space resurfaces on Franklin Street

    A year and a half after losing its space to a fire, Open Space resurfaces on Franklin Street
    The lease has been signed, a new show is going up, and Open Space is back, now in a new neighborhood. Despite the fire that displaced its members/residents from their space in Remington, members of the artist-run collective have continued to meet and plan...

    Baltimore for Kids

    Baltimore for Kids
    As a kid, I thought Baltimore sucked. I grew up in the Northwest suburbs and only ventured into “the city” for O’s and Colts games at Memorial Stadium—where I thought I was slick using the binoculars to ogle cheerleaders until...

    Annual Events

    Annual Events
    Every city has a tree lighting around Christmastime, but how many can boast an entire festival of decorated trees or a giant lit-up monument to the country’s first president? The festivals and events throughout the year are a reflection of the city&...

    The Short List 9/24/14

    The Short List 9/24/14
    WEDNESDAY: Shonen Knife, together for 33 years and counting, plays the Ottobar with Plurals and Crimson Wave. Local indie band Raindeer, who recently released the single 'This Is Rock N’ Roll,' opens for New York’s Miniature Tigers at the...