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  • First Blush

    First Blush
    Mark Rothko used paint to create a kind of almost living hum that vibrated off of the canvas. While his hum was overwhelmingly dark and ominous, the works on display in “Blush,” at Gallery CA through July 9, have a similar energy but emit a lighter, whimsical vibe, fitting of the show’s title. You’re not going to walk into the gallery and start questioning the reality of time and space. You might, however, feel a sudden desire for some cool sunglasses and a cold beverage after viewing the lustrous works by Xinyi Cheng, Jeffrey Dell, and Curtis Miller.
  • News & Media

    News & Media
    BEST POLITICIAN Martin O’Malley Love him or hate him, this has been a good year for Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley (D). Two O’Malley-backed laws got the nods of the majorities of Maryland voters in last fall’s elections—...

    Lake Trout Come Out of Hibernation

    It's been a quiet year for Lake Trout. After more than 10 years of playing live in and out of town on a seemingly tireless schedule, the Baltimore quintet went on hiatus for most of 2007, with three-fifths of the group out on tour as the backing band...

    Weekend Notes: Future Islands, Aural States Fest, and More New Disco

    Future Islands' Sam Herring | Image by Josh Sisk Word through the crowd on Thursday was that that night's Golden Filter show was one of it's first few live. The new disco outfit, a minor blog storm, has been primarily a studio project. And, even as a...

    They Don't Wanna Be Buried: In Every Room, March 25 at Pet Cemetery

    | Image by City Paper Digi-Cam The local trio In Every Room's recorded output so far consists of a six-song EP, and at the end of its recent 40-minute set at Pet Cemetery, the band declared to the appreciative audience that it had already played every...