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  • Creative Alliance Announces Seventh Annual Art to Dine For Series

    The Creative Alliance at the Patterson recently announced its seventh annual Art to Dine For series, for which the Southeast Baltimore community arts center sponsors casual morning, afternoon, and evening get-togethers, sometimes at the homes of members and friends of the local arts community, where people can convivially chat about just any old thing. In full disclosure, I was an invited guest to one of these events a few years back, so I'm admittedly biased, but it was a delightful way to spend a brief spell with--my condolences to the paying attendees who had to listen to me speak--the people who pay attention to the local arts community.
  • The Art of Organizing

    Ismael Carrillo has been teaching at the Maryland Institute College of Art for two years. A native of Spain, with a degree in illustration, he says he has been hoping to land a full-time job at the top art school. "I was thinking, Well, maybe I will be...

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    Albin O. Kuhn Library Gallery, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, 1000 Hilltop Circle, Catonsville, (410) 455-2232, aok.lib.umbc.edu/gallery.Book of Lies. UMBC hosts an exhibition that looks at truth and common lies through art and poetry....

    New Jefferson biography fails to examine founding father's use of power

    Thomas Jefferson: The Art of Power Jon Meacham Random House Of the 11 presidents elected between John Adams and Abraham Lincoln, all but three hailed from Thomas Jefferson's Democratic party. Of the three, two would die within months of their...

    If it weren't for beer, Strange Brew would be only 11 minutes long and called Hamlet.

    As so much of the story of beer is shrouded in mystery and half-truths, I have taken it upon myself to break down the true history of this fascinating libation. Many historians erroneously credit George Washington with having brewed the first beer. It's a...