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  • Blinded With Science: Hopkins brings in Thomas Dolby to 'do a neighborhood' and evangelize for its troubling model

    Blinded With Science: Hopkins brings in Thomas Dolby to 'do a neighborhood' and evangelize for its troubling model
    Thomas Dolby, looking dapper in a boater hat and hip glasses whose lenses reflect the light of his laptop, sits at a back booth of Canteen in Station North, only a couple blocks from the new Hopkins/ MICA buildings—the old Parkway and Centre theaters on North Avenue—where he will help run a new program, which the university sees as a sort of digital incubator that will change the neighborhood and turn it into what Katherine S. Newman, dean of Hopkins’ Krieger School of Arts and Sciences, called “a Silicon Valley for the arts,” according to The Sun. 
  • Best of Baltimore

    Best of Baltimore
    Even my hangover is hungover after what was the best Best of Baltimore party in years. It’s always great. We bust ass on an issue for months, have countless sleepless nights, fret over the things we love and hate about the city, and then we get to...

    Limited tickets to City Paper's Best of Baltimore party featuring Dan Deacon DJ set and open bar available NOW

    Limited tickets to City Paper's Best of Baltimore party featuring Dan Deacon DJ set and open bar available NOW
    City Paper's Best of Baltimore party will be on Thursday, September 18th (a day after the Best of Baltimore issue goes out and up online), from 6:30 to 9:30 at Baltimore Soundstage. There will be an open bar and snacks, and a three-hour DJ set by Sierra...

    Copycat Kids Grow Up

    Copycat Kids Grow Up
    A few weeks ago, I started corresponding with Brooks Kossover after I heard his gallery, AmEx Contemporary, was asked to quit using that name by the American Express Corporation. I examined the letter and reached out to the credit card company, who...

    Best Use of Music in a Play

    Annex Theater, 1 W. North Ave., baltimoreannextheater.org If you are making an adaptation of “The Bacchae,” Euripides’ play about Dionysian excess, you had better give the audience a chance to feel a bit of Dionysian catharsis. And did...