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  • No aspect of The Contemporary's relaunch sounds like a guaranteed crowd-pleaser, but it is a wild success

    No aspect of The Contemporary's relaunch sounds like a guaranteed crowd-pleaser, but it is a wild success
    The Contemporary is back. I find myself at a loss for words that do justice to how fucking awesome that is. We haven’t had a dedicated contemporary art museum putting on shows in this city since 2012. When the museum unexpectedly shuttered that year, its absence felt less like a void and more like a gaping wound. The museum has sponsored a series of talks over the last year, but now it’s back,  actually exhibiting work. And it’s amazing.
  • The Mosby Effect: The inauguration of Baltimore's new state's attorney was a godly rebuke of her critics

    The Mosby Effect: The inauguration of Baltimore's new state's attorney was a godly rebuke of her critics
    As a candidate last year for Baltimore City state’s attorney, Marilyn J. Mosby cast herself as a crime crusader who, unlike incumbent Gregg Bernstein, would sow dread among Baltimore criminals. Calling Bernstein so ineffective that “it’s...

    2015 Resolutions for Baltimore: Kurt L. Schmoke

    2015 Resolutions for Baltimore: Kurt L. Schmoke
    Yes, “free tuition” is an attention-getting headline. But it is more than a gimmick: It’s a strategy in place in cities such as Chicago and in the entire Tennessee state community college system, part of a coordinated public-policy...

    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,...

    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...