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  • Bob Lienhardt will tell you some of the best stories you've ever heard--as long as he can remember them

    Bob Lienhardt will tell you some of the best stories you've ever heard--as long as he can remember them
    Bob Lienhardt sits on a bench in Mount Vernon, painting watercolor landscapes. The 83-year-old dons a ruffled navy blue button-down, a weathered khaki wind-resistant jacket, a leather neck pouch, and a tote bag which carries his daily necessities: old photographs of his travels, the Circulator route map, and a scrawled-upon composition notebook containing detailed calendars of where and when to be. These objects are imperative to his daily life, his memories.
  • Lafayette Gilchrist Harnesses the dance-floor solidarity of go-go and jazz, on 'Go-Go Suite'

    Lafayette Gilchrist Harnesses the dance-floor solidarity of go-go and jazz, on 'Go-Go Suite'
    Add ethnomusicologist to Lafayette Gilchrist’s résumé. The Washington, D.C. born and raised, Baltimore-based jazz composer and pianist is sitting in a Mount Vernon coffee shop using Parliament’s ‘Aqua Boogie’ to illustrate the...

    Tears of a Clown: Starbuck has lived a long life as a Baltimore entertainer

    Tears of a Clown: Starbuck has lived a long life as a Baltimore entertainer
    Starbuck the clown whistles as the Inner Harbor crowds pass by. Today, he is dressed, seasonally, as a scarecrow—or a straw man, as he has it; “there’s nothing scary about me,” he says—with yellow paint covering his face...

    Existential Ankhs: Bros rock like Egyptians with 'Electric Pharaoh'

    Existential Ankhs: Bros rock like Egyptians with 'Electric Pharaoh'
    If there was ever a way to start an Egyptian-themed rock opera, tripping out on sheets of papyrus is close to the top. And thanks to the Baltimore Rock Opera Society’s “6-D” glasses, the audience of “The Electric Pharaoh” can...

    Red Light

    Red Light
    Ever Since we accidentally rounded the corner of East Baltimore and Gay streets, the Block has exerted a formidable power over our imaginations and sometimes our wallets. Left over from the heyday of Baltimore’s renowned burlesque circuit, the Block...