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  • Introduction

    The explosion in foodie culture has been good to Baltimore. Time was, going out to dinner here was largely a choice between one of a couple neighborhood standbys or venturing into the “ethnic” wilds of Little Italy. Now, we have an explosion of options, from creative farm-to-table artisans at places like Woodberry Kitchen (page 57) and Maggie’s Farm (page 53) to truly exquisite worldly choices like the Japanese cuisine at Pabu (page 61) and the big pan-Latin flavors at Mi Comalito (page 77). Even in Little Italy, still a hub of classics like Sabatino’s (page 70) and Chiapparelli’s (page 67), you can now get expert beer pairings at Heavy Seas Alehouse (page 70) and Persian food at the excellent new Ozra (page 70).
  • Worse Than The Blues

    Worse Than The Blues
    Bob Dylan sang, "If my thought-dreams could be seen, they'd probably put my head in a guillotine." Well, you should see John Fahey's thought-dreams. "All I have ever done with music," Fahey wrote in 1996, "was to depict various emotions in an organized...

    Retired city policeman takes refuge among droids

    The 4-foot tall robot standing sentry next to Mark Haygood's dining-room table looks like an elaborate toy. That's because it is made, in part, from cast-off or repurposed toys, like the Kawasaki tricycle that forms its torso. "I just look for shapes,"...

    Orlando Museum of Art’s 1st Thursday puts best face forward

    Putting your best face forward is always good advice; for portrait artists, it's their living. “Face Forward” is the theme of the November 1st Thursday event at Orlando Museum of Art, 6-9 p.m. This 1st Thursday will combine art, live music,...

    Theater review: 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' at South Coast Repertory

    Southern California can once again boast about having some of the sunniest weather in our snow-blanketed nation. But now it has a big, bright, daffy rainbow to brag about as well. Mark Rucker’s staging of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” at...