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  • Steve Miller Band, Mindless Behavior, Buckcherry, Out of Your Head Collective, and more

    WEDNESDAY: The Steve Miller Band keeps on a-rock'n you at Pier Six Pavilion. Nashville garage-rockers Turbo Fruits play the Metro Gallery with Short List friends the Woolly Moon and Thee Lexington Arrows. Qi Lo plays acoustic modern-rock covers at the...
  • BMA puts Morris Louis in the company of Rothko, Stella, and de Kooning

    Morris Louis Unveiled Through Feb. 9 at the Baltimore Museum of Art   When you walk down the Howard Street Bridge, it's impossible to ignore the graffiti on the walls and the yellow-, red-, and green-painted steel arches. Even the sections on the wall...
  • What's up with jazz and blues

    In the 1960s, the Left Bank Jazz Society was responsible for bringing some of the biggest names in jazz to Baltimore while promoting such great local musicians as tenor saxophonist Mickey Fields. Many of these shows were recorded. A small number have been...
  • The BMA regains a long-lost Renoir

    A U.S. district court judge ended the dispute over "On the Shore of the Seine," a stolen Renoir painting, on Friday, Jan. 10 when he awarded ownership of the painting to the Baltimore Museum of Art, from which the painting was stolen in 1951. Marcia...
  • 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 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...
  • 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...
  • A collective hopes to invigorate Baltimore's photography scene

    Fields of Vision On display at Urbanite@case[werks] gallery through Jan. 5. For more information, visit casewerks.com. Last year, local artist Sean Scheidt won a juried salon at the now defunct Hexagon Space with a mixed-media piece. As a result, he was...
  • Christopher LaVoie occupies a new gallery with slippery rage

    Christopher Lavoie Through July 7 at sophiajacob More at weekly.citypaper.com One mixed-media Piece in Christopher LaVoie’s debut solo show at the recently opened sophiajacob gallery is a work of flabbergastingly subtle political rage. It’...
  • The African Film Festival Traveling Series returns to the BMA

    African cinema is one of those areas of the movie map that tends to elude most American cinephiles/film nerds; if you’ve seen an African-made feature in the past year, it was probably Congolese action breakout Viva Riva! or maybe some similar...
  • Using Globe Poster's classic letterpress tools, Trenton Doyle Hancock gives the Baltimore Contemporary Print Fair a fresh new look

    Trenton Doyle Hancock will speak with Ann Shafer Thursday, April 26 at 7 P.M. at the Baltimore Museum of Art. The Baltimore Contemporary print fair takes place 11 a.m.-6 p.m. April 28 and noon-6 P.M. April 29. For more information, visit artbma.org/...