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  • Pianist Ian Power wants you to slow down and reconsider classical music traditions

    Pianist Ian Power wants you to slow down and reconsider classical music traditions
    Toward the bottom of the flier stuck all around town for pianist Ian Power’s “Very Long, Very Slow Music for Piano,” it requests the audience, “Come in, go out, move around, sit, stand, lay.” In other words, relax and enjoy the music, leave your fancy, stodgy classical music pretensions at home. That message should give you a sense that Power, who has been in Baltimore for a little over a year, is currently teaching at University of Baltimore and UMBC, and finishes his Ph.D. at Harvard in the spring, isn’t so keen on toeing the classical-music party line (that his Twitter handle is the playful @ianpowerOMG should also give you a hint of what aspects of his work he takes seriously).
  • NuBohemia is more than your average coffee shop

    NuBohemia is more than your average coffee shop
    42 W. Biddle St., (919) 408-7723, Facebook.com/NuBohemia Located just a few blocks from the University of Baltimore and MICA, NuBohemia Cafe occupies the basement level of a brownstone building. Walk down a few stairs and you’ll enter an artsy,...

    City public-works official gives qualified thumbs-up to human-versus-pet waste pollution study in Baltimore

    City public-works official gives qualified thumbs-up to human-versus-pet waste pollution study in Baltimore
    City Paper's recent article about a pollution-tracking project in the Jones Falls that aims to distinguish between human and pet waste found discharging from Baltimore's storm-water system was missing comments from an important intended beneficiary of the...

    Portrait of a Scene: An artist reflects on the Baltimore Portrait Project

    Portrait of a Scene: An artist reflects on the Baltimore Portrait Project
    I am totally one of those super-ADD people who doesn’t own a TV but can’t stop staring at a screen when there’s one in a bar. It drives people crazy. I couldn’t care less about whatever sports event is typically on, but if...

    Field Tripping: Getting Historic

    I have one of those sweet day jobs where I don’t generally have to be anywhere on Fridays. I schedule all the stuff of life outside the workplace in that day—dentist appointments, therapy, trips to the aquarium to avoid the stickiness of...