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  • Tacos Y Pupusas Now that it has some of the best bagels and pupusas in town, Pikesville is fast becoming our favorite suburb. | 4/23/2014
  • Stage Review: The Memo Single Carrot speaks a universal language | 4/9/2014
  • King for a day Madness and mischief backstage for a traveling Shakespeare company during World War II | 3/19/2014
  • Film Review: Half of a Yellow Sun Brilliant adaptation follows a family through Nigeria’s brutal Biafran War | 3/12/2014
  • Petra Cafe Unassuming Fed Hill Middle Eastern outlet | 2/12/2014
  • Restaurant Review: Scoozi Italian remake at the Radisson in Cross Keys won’t hold much appeal for locals | 2/5/2014
  • Stage Review: Stones in His Pockets Center Stage’s Hollywood-comes-to-the-Irish-countryside comedy goes deep | 2/5/2014
  • Book Review Front Stoops in the Fifties Michael Olesker’s book trades in nostalgia for a more innocent time | 1/1/2014
  • Nickel Taphouse With Nickel Taphouse, Birroteca’s owner makes a confident, varied attempt to succeed in a troubled Mount Washington space | 12/25/2013
  • Silk Road Bistro We were anxious to try some of the staple dishes | 12/18/2013
  • Kitty Kaddish Robbie Silverman honors his cats Tweety and Sylvester in the Jewish tradition | 12/10/2013
  • The Fire Within Hampden’s Arthouse has the cozy setting and warm flavors to ease winter’s chill | 11/20/2013
  • Sampling the Suburbs Canton Crossing’s corporate offerings find a place on the urban waterfront | 10/23/2013
  • Film Review: WNUF Halloween Special Perfectly authentic, right down to painstakingly “aged” VCR footage. | 10/23/2013
  • Film Review: I am Divine John Waters’ muse gets the loving look back he deserves | 10/9/2013
  • Restaurant Review: Waterstone After three years, Waterstone thrives with great service and an endless array of satisfying Mediterranean dishes | 9/25/2013
  • Baltimore for Kids For a city with a soaring murder rate, endemic poverty, and a horribly mismanaged public school system, Baltimore is a surprisingly great place to raise kids. Really! | 9/4/2013
  • Restaurant Review: Cuban Revolution Chillin’ with Glitter Guevara at the most revolutionary theme park in town | 9/4/2013
  • Film Review: Ain’t Them Bodies Saints we find ourselves in a completely different place than we expected, and it’s a welcome surprise. | 8/28/2013
  • Book Review: Bodine’s Industry: The Dignity of Work, by A. Aubrey Bodine Working Man’s Blues - Aubrey Bodine’s photos of working life highlight what we’ve lost | 7/3/2013
  • Film Review: Miami Connection A squadron of cocaine-trafficking biker-ninjas vs. a synth band called Dragon Sound, made up of orphaned Taekwondo experts. | 7/3/2013
  • Theater Review: "Beneatha's Place" at Center Stage Kwei-Armah continues Center Stage’s conversation on history and ethnicity | 6/12/2013
  • Brother Against Brother Tension mounts in Everyman’s production of Suzan-Lori Parks’ Pulitzer-winning play | 5/1/2013
  • Mobtown Moon Many of Baltimore’s most accomplished musicians collaborated on an adventurous, challenging, thrilling reinvention of Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon. | 4/17/2013
  • Island Quizine 204 Reisterstown Road, Pikesville, (410) 415-7003, | 3/27/2013
  • Guide for the Perplexed The Walters’ Ben Ezra ark door begs for context | 3/27/2013
  • Age 10: Jaya Mandala Vaulting Over Adversity | 3/20/2013
  • Age 100: Lucille Brooks Remembering a Century | 3/20/2013
  • Broadway Market The Broadway Market in Fells Point which reopened after renovations in 2011, represent some of the the city’s—best spots. | 3/6/2013
  • Bullish on Baltimore Tony Foreman dishes on his favorite places to eat and slams D.C. dining | 3/7/2013
  • August and Everything After Everyman opens its new doors with expansive play, powerhouse performances | 1/30/2013
  • xx Marks The Spot, Again London trio returns to town with more sophisticated second album | 1/23/2013
  • The Best American Nonrequired Reading 2012 Eggers and crew cull from what we're saying these days | 1/9/2013
  • Oy Sauce How Pikesville’s Mr. Chan’s handles the crush on Christmas, its busiest day of the year | 12/5/2012
  • Rebel Music The Coup’s Boots Riley on his new album, the coming revolution, and his telemarketing skills | 12/5/2012
  • The Best American Nonrequired Reading 2012 A collection edited by young people hits zeitgeist—for better or worse | 11/28/2012
  • County Folk Towsoneers All Time Low do it “For Baltimore” | 11/21/2012
  • Rockin’ the Suburbs Cockeysville’s John LT gets a second shot at fame as a piano man | 11/14/2012
  • Hoofin’ It Deerhoof bring new album Breakup Song to Ottobar | 11/7/2012
  • Strangers in a Strange Land Walters explores the role of Africans in the world of Shakespeare and Leonardo da Vinci | 10/24/2012
  • Mountain Man John Darnielle on adding horns and offering advice on the new Mountain Goats album | 10/10/2012
  • Crazy for Her Meet the disabled Madonna fanatic just about every rock critic knows | 9/26/2012
  • Weezer Teaser Drummer Pat Wilson on touring, going solo, and how he manages to never get sick of the songs he’s been playing for 20 years | 9/11/2012
  • Starting the Conversation Kwame Kwei-Armah aims to make Center Stage the hub of a global theater community | 8/29/2012
  • Back to the Lab The original Baltimore MC takes his art to a higher level | 8/29/2012
  • On Being Staff of The Stranger offers wisdom for the addled college student, and the rest of us. | 8/29/2012
  • Wild Horses Band of Horses tap rock royalty for rowdy new record | 8/15/2012
  • Every Day I’m Hustlin’ Clarence Shields | 7/25/2012
  • Queer World Icelandic-U.S show about identity and place comes to Metro Gallery | 7/25/2012
  • Dan Deacon’s America The godfather of Baltimore’s arts renaissance goes national | 7/18/2012
  • Baltimore’s Champ The largely forgotten life of America’s first black boxing champion | 7/11/2012
  • No Beard No Cry Matisyahu sheds the yarmulke for blond tips and clubby new album | 7/4/2012
  • Black Life In Black And White The Afro’s anniversary prompts re-examination of the African-American 20th century experience | 7/4/2012
  • “A Great Rock ‘n Roll Bar” Timeline of Baltimore punk | 6/27/2012
  • Mount Washington Pizza and Subs Stay away from the pizza and avoid the subs. | 6/27/2012
  • Wordsmith: King Noah ONCE UPON A TIME, rappers like Baltimore MC Wordsmith—labeled indie, conscious, or backpacker—dotted the mainstream hip-hop landscape like conscientious objectors, avoiding the violence, and self-hate | 6/20/2012

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