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  • Ratscape announces a jam-packed three-day lineup

    Ratscape announces a jam-packed three-day lineup
    Ratscape, the healthy helping of counter-programming to the city-run outdoor arts festival Artscape, just announced this year's lineup and, once again, it pulls from all sorts of pockets within the city's music scene. It's hard to really pick a place to start, but the psych-rock of Celebration, Llamadon-curated hip-hop showcase Beet Trip, thrash of Cemetery Piss, minimalist indie of Romantic States, and retro-futuristic R&B of ELON are just a few examples of the all-over-the-map goodness.
  • Martha Cooper's 'Sowebo/Soweto' show at 788 Gallery collects photos from Baltimore and South Africa

    Martha Cooper's 'Sowebo/Soweto' show at 788 Gallery collects photos from Baltimore and South Africa
    The people in Sowebo, where Martha Cooper owns a house and has been shooting pictures for the last decade, don’t know about her status as a street photography legend, and she likes it that way. Cooper’s work in Sowebo, which is on display...

    Field Tripping: National Memorializing

    Field Tripping: National Memorializing
    My twin sister and I meant to head straight to the Johnstown Flood National Memorial on our annual Sister Trip, but instead we found ourselves feeling almost blasphemous—an odd feeling for two people with no religious beliefs of note whatsoever&...

    Baltimore State of Mind: FMG Dez's road to riches begins with Nas

    Baltimore State of Mind: FMG Dez's road to riches begins with Nas
    Back in 1994, on a regular day in East Baltimore’s Chapel Hill Housing Projects, a 9-year-old Desmond Pollard jumped up bright and early. He cleaned himself up, threw his Nikes on, exited his unit, and took a stroll through his courtyard. He...

    Field Tripping: Fitbitting Across America

    I’ve spent a lot of time in airports in the last month. And I mean a lot of time. It’s not like I’m one of those business travelers who has medallion status and gets to do everything first, or one of those people with matching luggage...