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  • No Trivia: The case for Tupac as a Bmore rapper and a defense of misandrist music criticism

    No Trivia: The case for Tupac as a Bmore rapper and a defense of misandrist music criticism
    Last week, I received an email from a reader challenging something D. Watkins said in his article on East Baltimore rapper FMG Dez, "Baltimore State of Mind." The reader disagreed with Watkins' assertion that Baltimore is "the only big predominately black city in America that hasn't produced a hip-hop artist with major crossover success," and asked, "What about Tupac Shakur?"
  • Live Review: Warren Wolf and Aaron Diehl bring the muscle of jazz improvisation to Mozart at An die Musik

    Live Review: Warren Wolf and Aaron Diehl bring the muscle of jazz improvisation to Mozart at An die Musik
    A highlight of Baltimore vibraphonist Warren Wolf's "Wolfgang" album last year was the title track. Featuring Wolf's variations on a phrase in Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's "Requiem," the piece was recorded as an unaccompanied duet with pianist Aaron Diehl....

    The Guerrilla Girls outline their trailblazing feminist art in talk at the Baltimore School for the Arts

    The Guerrilla Girls outline their trailblazing feminist art in talk at the Baltimore School for the Arts
    "Anyone want a banana?" Last evening, two women donning gorilla masks appeared from either side of the packed Baltimore School for the Arts auditorium, passing out bananas to audience members. After climbing onstage, they began reading obscenely...

    "CoHosts: Guerrilla Girls & Area 405"

    "CoHosts: Guerrilla Girls & Area 405"
    Anonymous feminist do-goodery? Hell yes. Area 405 co-hosts The Guerrilla Girls in conjunction with The Contemporary. The collective of women, founded in 1984, will do seemingly anything to bring to light discrimination in mainstream global culture. Some...

    Lecture Till You Puke

    Lecture Till You Puke
    Like An apotheosis of Party,  the cover of 2001’s “I Get Wet” is, to many, the first and perhaps only image conjured up when Andrew W.K. comes to mind. His battered and serene visage stands starkly against the darkness. Blood is...