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  • High and Lonesome

    High and Lonesome
    “I’m Not a Very Good Cowboy,”  a short film by George Cessna, begins with Cessna listening to a cassette tape telling him he must have cowboy boots and a cowboy hat in order to write a country song and ends with him in glasses and a...
  • The Mail 7/30/14

    The Mail 7/30/14
    Prig Watch My goodness! I couldn’t help but notice what a priggish attitude state Sen. Bill Ferguson displayed in his letter to the editor about the July 16 cover art (The Mail,” July 23). Thought you handled it beautifully, though, in...

     The Nutcracker. For 50 years, the Washington Ballet has performed The Nutcracker. Except it is set against 1782 Georgetown and stars George Washington as the nutcracker. Through Dec. 29, Warner Theatre, 1299 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, Washington, (202) 783-...

    A Rock ’N’ Roll Art and Craft Sale. Get some holiday shopping done to the sweet sounds of Andy Bopp, Robert Mitchel, and Justin Kalnasy. Dec. 14 noon-6 p.m., Gallery 788, 3602 Hickory Ave., (202) 210-8361, Annual Holiday Greens...
  • Down on the Corner

    Down on the Corner
    It's four p.m. on April 22, a beautiful spring day in Baltimore. At the corner of Mount Royal and North avenues, a group of seven people are working in traffic. Dressed in yellow T-shirts, they carry five-gallon buckets with orange tops. When cars stop...
  • The Mail 7/2/14

    The Mail 7/2/14
    Traffic Studies Khayree Robinson is just a microcosm of the kids-at-intersections problem ("Down on the Corner," Feature, June 25) here in Baltimore City and County. This has been going on for years, and not just at North and Mount Royal avenues. Little...
  • Artscape is Totally Fucking Awesome and You Should Go

    Hey Baltimore Patrons of The Arts, it’s almost time for Artscape! What? OK, I know, half of you are going like “Artscape? You mean that stupid thing where the traffic and parking gets all screwed up and there are goofballs walking around...
  • Mr. Artscape is Dead. Long Live Mr. Artscape

    Mr. Artscape is Dead. Long Live Mr. Artscape
    As an artist who has been involved in Artscape over the years, I was really excited to meet the new “Mr. Artscape,” as people have tended to think of the festival’s visual-arts coordinator, most recently erstwhile CP designer Jim Lucio...
  • Salon des Refusés

    Salon des Refusés
    30 years since its founding as an alternative to Artscape, Foodscape munches on Foodscape, since 1984, is an art show, with 51 participants to date, always opening the week before Artscape, originally conceived as a contrarian reaction to the banality...
  • Our favorite places to take a break from Artscape

    Our favorite places to take a break from Artscape
    Artscape is great and all — the people watching, excessive amounts of fried food, drinking in the streets, live music, the art (be it weird, boring, performance, or otherwise), the surrounding -scapes — but there comes a time when your brain...
  • Mount Vernon/Bolton Hill

    Mount Vernon/Bolton Hill
    The 13th Floor 1 E. Chase St., (410) 347-0880, $$$, D, R This remodeled and reinvented institution finally makes use of what may be the best view in Baltimore. Eat risotto, duck confit, or braised shortrib atop the historic...
  • The Art Scene

    The Art Scene
    The city’s art scene may not get the same level of national attention as the music scene but it is every bit as vibrant. And with the planned extension of the Station North Arts District, the new Bromo Tower Arts and Entertainment District on the...