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  • Do Everything and Do It Yourself

    Do Everything and Do It Yourself
    It’s 1 A.M. on Artscape Saturday, long after the arts festival has packed up and gone home, but the Windup Space keeps the party going. The bass coming from the venue’s speakers is too loud, as it should be for electro-clubber King Tutt. Behind him, a host of familiar dudes: Unruly Records co-founder Scottie B, Artscape curator and DJ Chris Brooks, savvy local remixer Steve Lemz, visiting producer C Double, and a grip of other promoters, DJs, and friends who wander up to chat with the DJs.
  • The Short List: July 2-9

    The Short List: July 2-9
    WEDNESDAY: New York funk quartet Tauk kicks off a month of weekly performances at the 8x10 in advance of the release of its new album "Collisions." Singer-songwriter Marcus Dagan performs at The Cabaret at Germano’s. Don’t miss: Baltimore punk...

    Mrs. and Mr. Knowles

    Mrs. and Mr. Knowles
    "RUN," an expensive-looking short film promoting Beyoncé and Jay Z's "On The Run" tour, which comes to the M&T Bank Stadium on July 7, casts the black pop power couple as the most dangerous duo in the world. They run around in ski masks, equal parts...

    The Short List: May 14-21

    The Short List: May 14-21
    WEDNESDAY: Kirsten Carey's the Ulysses Project, dedicated to musically exploring the work of James Joyce, plays the Windup Space with Michael Formanek's Four Cool Blue Maniacs. THURSDAY: The Baltimore Scene's weekly open-mic event, the Movement,...

    Above and Beyoncé: 1st Mariner Arena, June 23, 2009

    | Image by Frank Hamilton "I AM...YOURS": these were the last words to leave the mouth of Beyoncé Knowles Tuesday night at the 1st Mariner Arena, and the final message projected onto the gigantic video screen behind the band. It was both a gracious...