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  • Hampden artist harvests hubcaps for 10-foot tree

    Every evening from Thanksgiving through New Year's Day, you can find Jim Pollock in his living room, surrounded by art. Pollock lives inside a rowhouse on Hampden's "Christmas Street," the block of 34th Street between Keswick Road and Chestnut Avenue,...
  • Best Actress, Best Artist, Best Film Series, and more

    Best Theater Company Everyman Theatre Best DIY Theater Company Baltimore Rock Opera Society Best Theater Director Kwame Kwei-Armah Best Production Private Lives at Everyman Best New Playwright Alex Hacker Best Actress Danielle Robinette Best Actor...
  • You don't always want to stay with your family or friends when you come to see them-and you don't always want them to stay with you. Whether you're just visiting Baltimore or you have company you cannot abide-you will come to know the city's hotels.

    In the ancient world there were no hotels, so hospitality was a central part of the culture. But today, you don't always want to stay with your family or friends when you come to see them-and you don't always want them to stay with you. Whether you're...
  • Old meets new in ambitious Contemporary Wing

    The evocative melody of a recently acquired sound piece, "The Shallow Sea" by Turner Prize winner Susan Philipsz, sets a lilting tone that lingers in the artfully arranged galleries of the Baltimore Museum of Art's Contemporary Wing, reopened after a...
  • Great for music, arts, and sports buffs-even better if the giver gets to go too

    Theater Center Stage GO Pass ($48) This pass allows those 18-34 to attend any Center Stage performance this season, as many times as they want. Can't get a better bargain for the young-ish theatergoer in your life. Center Stage, 700 North Calvert St.,...
  • Chicago, Goo Goo Dolls, Bad Veins, and more

    WEDNESDAY: Chicago headlines the Meyerhoff's benefit for Junior Achievement of Central Maryland. Country hitmaker Lee Brice plays the Maryland Live! Casino in Hanover. Jefferson, Md. metal band Kalevra plays the Sidebar with Consumed with Hatred and...
  • The hero-villain of the NFL

    Art Modell's story could have been a testament to the American Dream. A Jewish kid from Brooklyn who, soon after his father died, dropped out of school at 15 and started working on ships at the docks to help keep his family afloat. At 18, during the...
  • The BMA eliminated five currently unfilled positions, 11 full-time positions, and three part-time positions.

    The Baltimore Museum of Art laid off 14 employees last week, in a move to "ensure financial sustainability," as the museum's press release put it. The BMA eliminated five currently unfilled positions, 11 full-time positions, and three part-time positions,...
  • Old Victrola, Shirks, Electron, and more

    WEDNESDAY: Old Victrola and Community Center play at the Ottobar. Singer-songwriter Mike Weyrauch performs at Joe Squared. Papa Roach, who has proven as stubbornly resilient as its namesake insect, headlines Rams Head Live. THURSDAY: D.C. hardcore...
  • Annex Theater and Station North move into new North Avenue location

    Sure, Kevin Spacey's Baltimore-filmed House of Cards seems loosely based on Shakespeare's Macbeth, but you don't need all of the blocked-off streets and film crews in order to experience the classic drama of political ambition and power-grabbing. In fact,...
  • Can Station North Save the City?

    Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake never seems totally comfortable around Baltimore's arts community. She is uncharacteristically stilted and tends to stumble over her words. "Here at Charles and North, the former New York Fried Chicken takeout is now the...
  • BMA shows how Max Weber brought modernism to America

    Max Weber: Bringing Paris to New York At the Baltimore Museum of Art through June 23 A hundred years ago last month, modern art burst onto the American shore with the famous, or rather infamous, Armory Show. Or so the story goes. Max Weber: Bringing...