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  • Doreen Bolger

    Doreen Bolger has energy rivaling the whole of MICA’s freshman class, the inside scoop on the local underground haps, and the connections and contacts that come with her esteemed position as the director of the Baltimore Museum of Art. Tirelessly...
  • Readers Poll 2011 - Arts and Entertainment

    Best Rock Band 1) Wye Oak 2) J. Roddy Walston and the Business 3) Loving the Lie Best Hip-Hop Act 1) AK Slaughter 2) E-Dubble 3) Tie: Soul Cannon, Rapdragons Best Solo Music Artist 1) Caleb Stine 2) E-Dubble 3) Kevin Hock Best Rock Club 1) The...
  • Gertrude's

    Baltimore Museum of Art, 10 Art Museum Drive, (410) 889-3399, gertrudesbaltimore.com John Shield’s award-winning Maryland cuisine notwithstanding, we go to Gertrude’s to walk off a meal at the Baltimore Museum of Art’s Janet and Alan...
  • 2013 TOP TEN ART SHOWS

    2013 TOP TEN ART SHOWS
       A1. Sondheim Semi-Finalists Exhibition (MICA’s Meyerhoff Gallery and Decker Gallery) While the Sondheim finalists show at the Walters was chock-full of in-your-face social issues, many of the semi-finalists tackled their subjects with more...
  • A peek inside a museum that time-and nearly everybody else-forgot

    If you’ve ever driven past “Baltimore’s Only Black American Museum,” you probably missed it. Located on a side street across from Clifton Park, in a white, vinyl-shingled rowhouse, it has only a faded sandwich board for a sign,...
  • An African art exhibition celebrates the beauty in everyday objects

    Hand Held: Personal Arts from Africa At The Baltimore Museum of Art through Feb. 5 More at weekly.citypaper.com African art exhibitions tend to feature exalted objects: masks, headdresses, and other pieces of ceremonial, religious, or royal distinction....
  • What to do and where to go this season

    Ho-Ho-Hoping for a bright and happy Holiday season? Take care of yourself and the ones you care about by staying busy and holding SAD at bay by making plans now—before it all gets too much—and stick to them. Our annual calendar of holiday...
  • Yes, we must, and so must you

    What makes a good politician? Ideally, a good politician encompasses many qualities: intelligence, unshakeable ethics, responsibility, compassion, and vigor. But what makes a politician good, when it comes right down to it, is getting things done:...
  • Guyton\Walker's new show finds them between one artistic and another

    Front Room: Guyton\Walker Through Jan. 16, 2011, at the Baltimore Museum of Art Though Andy Warhol started out as a commercial illustrator and eventually achieved fame by transforming commercially mass-produced products into high art, it's easy to...
  • Searching for the hidden depths in the deeply superficial

    Andy Warhol: The Last Decade Baltimore Museum of Art, through Jan. 9, 2011 That’s a wealth of Jesuses. One hundred and twelve of them, to be exact. He looks the same in each image: head slightly tilted to the right, eyes cast downward, lips neither...
  • The bottom of the ballot proves an odd and sometimes fascinating place

    If numbers are any indication, giving Baltimoreans a chance to vote on legislative issues—the bottom-of-the-ballot measures known as ballot questions—is just a formality. The city posed 45 questions to its residents over the course of the last...
  • Arthur, Blast Of Silence, Born To Be Wild, Hanna, Murder, My Sweet, Soul Surfer, Wild Strawberries, Your Highness

    ARTHUR Russell Brand and Helen Mirren reprise the Dudley Moore and John Gielgud roles, respectively, in this Jason Winer-directed update of Steve Gordon’s 1981 comedy about the titular spoiled, rich man-child (Brand) who is threatened with being cut...