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  • High-profile soloists, new concert series among highlights of BSO's upcoming centennial season

    High-profile soloists, new concert series among highlights of BSO's upcoming centennial season
    The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra's upcoming centennial season will include high-profile soloists such as cellist Yo-Yo Ma and violinist Joshua Bell, specially commissioned new music, a multimedia collaboration with NPR's Kitchen Sisters, a concert ...
  • Murder Ink 3/4/15

    Murder Ink 3/4/15
    Continued bitter cold, snow, and ice could not dampen Baltimore’s murder rate very much. There were 13 murders in February this year, against just 10 in 2014. Still, last year the city had two more murders as of this date. Monday, Feb. 23 11:...
  • 2015 Resolutions for Baltimore: Fred Scharmen

    2015 Resolutions for Baltimore: Fred Scharmen
    Boston, at about the same size and population of Baltimore, has 23 officially designated neighborhoods. By any count, official or not, Baltimore has a few hundred. So much of our identity and loyalty is tied to our tiny neighborhoods, and our tight travel...
  • With more officers and accusations of hostility, are the police department and protesters entering a new stage?

    With more officers and accusations of hostility, are the police department and protesters entering a new stage?
    Though the Army-Navy game was taking place at M&T Bank Stadium, the real tactical battle was between the Baltimore Police Department and the People's Power Assembly-led Day of Anger protesters.  Moments after the protest started at McKeldin Fountain...
  • City Folk: Highway engineer Manoj Iha created something remarkable with his federal grants, now he's going to prison for it

    City Folk: Highway engineer Manoj Iha created something remarkable with his federal grants, now he's going to prison for it
    Less than a week before his moving day, Manoj Jha doesn’t know where he’ll be living. He knows it will be federal prison, he hopes it will be a minimum security camp, but the U.S. Marshals office has not yet told him, as of Tuesday, Nov. 24,...
  • After more than a decade, Jeffrey Kent closes SubBasement Studios

    After more than a decade, Jeffrey Kent closes SubBasement Studios
    In paint-splattered, brown work boots, clean black jeans, and a black Andy Warhol T-shirt (neatly tucked in), Jeffrey Kent hops down a couple of steps into the main area of the dimly lit gallery. “Watch your step, everywhere in here,” he warns...
  • Baltimore's New Deal: WPA-level spending has the power to remake the city, but much of it might be going away

    Baltimore's New Deal: WPA-level spending has the power to remake the city, but much of it might be going away
    Baltimore City’s first manufacturing forum took place on Oct. 7 in the Hilton, a deluxe hotel the city spent $300 million to build, which has lost about $50 million since its 2008 opening.  Caron Brace, the Mayor’s press secretary, and...
  • New leaders emerge out of Ferguson protests in Baltimore

    New leaders emerge out of Ferguson protests in Baltimore
    "We been peaceful all day, and now everybody want to show your ass," Joseph Kent, a 21-year-old student from Morgan State University, said from the center of the crowd near the end of Tuesday's protests over the grand jury decision in Ferguson, Missouri....
  • "The Short and Tragic Life of Robert Peace" tells an all-too-familiar story

    "The Short and Tragic Life of Robert Peace" tells an all-too-familiar story
    When Tre’Quan, a student of mine, threw hands at a student in the cafeteria of the repurposed William H. Lemmel Middle School in West Baltimore this fall and then resisted police—getting cuffed and put in the squad car—most in the school...
  • Real News Network plants roots-and tackles the "media desert"- in Baltimore

    Real News Network plants roots-and tackles the "media desert"- in Baltimore
    It was Reagan who lied to us first. The "us" is a room of about 30 people, overwhelmingly of the Millennial set. We're gathered in Highlandtown listening to a panel of CEOs, nonprofit founders, artists, and students talk about what they're doing to...
  • The Short List

    The Short List
    WEDNESDAY: Chicago-based bassist and composer Matt Ullery leads a quartet at An die Musik Live.Juan Wauters of The Beets and Guy Blakeslee of The Entrance Band play solo at the Metro Gallery.Don’t miss: Baltimore DJ/weirdo Schwarz kicks off his...
  • Brutal Reckoning

    Brutal Reckoning
    The McKeldin Fountain (dedicated as The Waterfall), which is expected to be demolished in the next year, sits between the northbound and southbound lanes of Light Street at Pratt. Its upper reaches hold the skywalks that once spread across downtown in a...