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Cultivating Spontaneity

Cultivating Spontaneity

Music: DJ Spooky remixes the classroom with MICA residency By Brandon Soderberg 2/12/2014
<em>The Amazing Johnny Eck</em>

The Amazing Johnny Eck

Art: MICA’s Johnny Eck exhibition reveals whole man By Baynard Woods 1/15/2014
Mr. Roboto

Mr. Roboto

Art: Wham City makes an infomercial By Baynard Woods 1/1/2014
Images of Struggle

Images of Struggle

Art: Robert Houston has been documenting life in Baltimore and elsewhere for over 50 years By J.M. Giordano 12/4/2013
Stage Review: Dance of the Holy Ghosts

Stage Review: Dance of the Holy Ghosts

Stage: Center Stage introduces a new classic to the American stage By Geoffrey Himes 10/23/2013
Riffing

Riffing

Stage: Marcus Gardley talks with City Paper about poetry and the blues By Baynard Woods 10/23/2013
Portrait of a lady

Portrait of a lady

Art: Artist Erin Fitzpatrick specializes in painting faces both recognizable and anonymous By Rebecca Scott Lord 10/16/2013
Boy N (and Out) the Hood

Boy N (and Out) the Hood

Books: MK Asante’s new memoir dissects inner-city life with fierce intelligence By Bret McCabe 8/28/2013
Moving Art

Moving Art

Art: Gregory Vershbow’s photographs make us wonder what makes objects museum-worthy By Bret McCabe 8/7/2013
Fathers, sons, and film

Fathers, sons, and film

Film: Zach Greenbaum’s film, narrated by his father, focuses on the importance of stories in Native American culture By Rafael Alvarez 7/31/2013
Spirit of ’79

Spirit of ’79

Art: Photos capture the birth of D.C. punk By Josh Sisk 7/24/2013
Oh Say, Can You Sing?

Oh Say, Can You Sing?

Music: Performing the national anthem at Oriole Park presents its own set of challenges By Charlie Vascellaro 7/3/2013
Waitin’ for the man

Waitin’ for the man

Music: Freddie Redd reprises role as bandleader in The Connection By Geoffrey Himes 6/19/2013
The Midnight Sun

The Midnight Sun

Books: Matmos’ Drew Daniel reveals darker half in academic book By Raymond Cummings 6/12/2013
Hyperbolic Crochet

Hyperbolic Crochet

Art: The Baltimore Satellite Reef makes a great barrier reef out of a doily By Cara Ober 5/22/2013
Let’s Gauguin again

Let’s Gauguin again

Art: Two of the city’s hottest young artists riff on the post-impressionist and each other By Baynard Woods 5/1/2013
Global Domination

Global Domination

Art: New exhibit seeks the soul of Globe Poster By Charles Cohen 4/24/2013
Fit to Print

Fit to Print

Art: UMBC presents a cropmarks-and-all look at newspaper photographs By Joe MacLeod 4/17/2013
Uncanny Valley

Uncanny Valley

Art: Artist uses language of 20th century abstraction to examine current condition By Bret McCabe 4/3/2013
Unconventional Venues

Unconventional Venues

Art: A long tradition of artists showingwork in cafes and restaurants By Baynard Woods 4/3/2013
Cotton Matters

Cotton Matters

Art: Jeffrey Kent’s Preach! seeks to deliver us from the history we may have forgotten By Bret McCabe 2/20/2013
Culture and Agriculture

Culture and Agriculture

Books: Sue Spaid looks at farming as art By Baynard Woods 1/16/2013
Magic Man

Magic Man

Stage: David London brings wonder to Theatre Project By Jim Meyer 1/9/2013
Closed Walls

Closed Walls

Art: C. Grimaldis’ photography exhibit stays on the surface By Baynard Woods 1/9/2013
Dick in a Box

Dick in a Box

Stage: Annex Theater brings the philosophical sci-fi of Philip K. Dick to the stage By Bret McCabe 12/19/2012
Visual Politics

Visual Politics

Art: UMBC show looks at the visual culture surrounding the civil rights movement By By Andrew Zaleski 12/12/2012
The Art of War

The Art of War

Art: Exhibition forces us to see soldiers as artists By By Bret Mccabe 12/5/2012
Single Carrot Finds Permanent Home

Single Carrot Finds Permanent Home

Stage: Seawall plans to set up entertainment venue in Remington By Baynard Woods 12/5/2012
Innocence Lost

Innocence Lost

Art: Bill Miller uses linoleum to create nostalgic images By Baynard Woods 11/28/2012
Voices In Print

Voices In Print

Art: Soledad Salamé teaches accomplished artists printing techniques By Cara Ober 11/14/2012
Sympathy for the Stones

Sympathy for the Stones

Film: Chris Forsyth reimagines Robert Frank’s elusive Rolling Stones tour doc Cocksucker Blues By Lee Gardner 11/7/2012
Another Dimension

Another Dimension

Stage: The Annex Theater welcomes Baltimore to the Twilight Zone By John Barry 10/24/2012
Punch Drunk

Punch Drunk

Stage: Single Carrot gets political By Baynard Woods 10/17/2012
The Fog of War

The Fog of War

Stage: Richard III moves about amid the ruins By John Barry 10/10/2012
Remembering Chris Toll

Remembering Chris Toll

Books: Poet Chris Toll died on Sept. 27 at the age of 64. By Bret McCabe 10/10/2012
An Overture  it Ain’t

An Overture it Ain’t

Stage: A new rock opera tackles the War of 1812 By Baynard Woods 10/3/2012
Greased Lightning

Greased Lightning

Culture: Two shows highlight retro car culture in Charm City By Baynard Woods 9/26/2012
Disc Jockeys

Disc Jockeys

Music: An oral history of Thrill Jockey Records By Michael Shank 9/11/2012
The Fabulous Baker Boys

The Fabulous Baker Boys

Art: Baker Award winners display work at the BMA By Alex Ebstein 9/5/2012
Caribbean Parade

Caribbean Parade

Art: Photo Gallery By J.M. Giordano 7/18/2012
Primary Sources

Primary Sources

Art: A new oral history project highlights the residents of Reservoir Hill By Laura Dattaro 3/28/2012
Royal Crush

Royal Crush

Culture: The Duchess of Windsor’s biggest fan lives down the street from her childhood home By Baynard Woods 2/29/2012
On Target

On Target

Culture: Baltimore can learn from New York City’s decline in crime By Michael Corbin 2/15/2012
Finalist Words

Finalist Words

Art: Sondheim show rarely disappoints By Bret McCabe 7/6/2011
Getting There

Getting There

Culture: Roots Fest 2011 turns the “Highway to Nowhere” into a local destination By Bret McCabe 6/22/2011
Cook Locally

Cook Locally

Arts & Culture: The EcoBall challenges culinary students with regional ingredients to raise awareness about sustainability By Andrea Appleton 3/16/2011
Live to Dance

Live to Dance

Arts and Culture: The Baltimore dance round robin gets everyone on the floor By Rachel Monroe 2/23/2011
Dick Pics

Dick Pics

Arts & Culture: Hollaback! Bmore takes aim at street harassment By Bret McCabe 2/9/2011
Right to Life

Right to Life

Feature: Twenty years on, Maryland death-metal veteran Dying Fetus is still in it to win it By Lee Gardner 2/16/2011
Inside Jokes

Inside Jokes

Arts and Culture: A comedy workshop prepares inmates for standup at the Brockbridge Correctional Facility's "talent night" By Andrea Appleton 1/19/2011