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  • 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 and red patches painted on his nose, cheeks, and mouth, and blue patches above the eyes. He wears thick work gloves stuffed with straw and a floppy hat.
  • 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...

    Annual Events

    Annual Events
    Every city¬†has a tree lighting around Christmastime, but how many can boast an entire festival of decorated trees or a giant lit-up monument to the country’s first president? The festivals and events throughout the year are a reflection of the city&...

    Let's Go To The Hop

    Let's Go To The Hop
    Stained-glass windows line the walls of a former church, built in the 1870s, in Pigtown, but the purple and magenta silks hanging from the rafters indicate that it isn’t exactly serving an ecclesiastical purpose these days. Still, the people who...