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  • Under the Poplar Trees

    Under the Poplar Trees
    The Holocaust has been the subject of so many movies, plays, and books that it may seem hard to find something new to say about it. Rosemary Frisino Toohey’s “Under the Poplar Trees,” an entry in the Baltimore Playwrights Festival now playing at the Fells Point Corner Theatre, doesn’t overcome that challenge, but it does tell a familiar story more or less convincingly.
  • Baltimore's Globe

    Baltimore's Globe
    In 2012, the Chesapeake Shakespeare Company was looking for a new home.  It had outgrown its Howard County venues and founder and artistic director Ian Gallanar had pretty much decided on a building in Fells Point. He reluctantly agreed to look at one...

    Celebrated Summer Records marks eight years with anniversary show

    Celebrated Summer Records marks eight years with anniversary show
    Hampden record store Celebrated Summer Records has managed to stay open, and even thrive, for eight years in a time when post people have stopped buying music altogether. CP talked with store owner Tony Pence by emall and text messages about the store's...


    James Nasty has established himself as one of Baltimore club music’s best and most versatile DJs over the past few years, although he hadn’t released an EP since 2009’s "Good Times." This month, he rectifies that with the "Calvert St EP,...

    Apex, Baltimore's last porn theater, to close

    The Baltimore Business Journal reports that the Apex in Fells Point, Baltimore's last porn movie theater, will be auctioned off on October 11. The place, which opened in 1942 and switched to porn in 1972, has been struggling for years. In his City Paper...