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As one of pop’s master satirist-humorists, it’s likely no surprise that for his first studio album in nine years, songwriter/composer Randy Newman has set his artistic crosshairs on Russian President Vladimir Putin.
After all, this is the artist who inspired anger and protests with “Short People,”...
Rapper Tupac Shakur died 21 years ago today, six days after being shot on the Las Vegas strip.
In honor of the anniversary, let’s take a look back at Shakur’s Baltimore beginnings. He spent a portion of his teenage years here and attended Baltimore School for the Arts — an experience that his friends...
Before Dan Deacon moved to Baltimore from New York in 2004, the aspiring musician burned compilations of his home recordings onto blank discs to distribute at shows. He never viewed them as actual albums.
“It was more just like, ‘Oh, let me see how much I can fit on a CD-R, and I’ll try to sell...
The day after President Donald J. Trump’s inauguration, Outcalls singers Melissa Wimbish and Britt Olsen-Ecker wished they could be in two places at once — the Women’s March in Washington and Wrightway Studios, the Baltimore recording studio where they had already scheduled a session.
One of Steve Parke’s favorite photographs of Prince depicts the late musician “pretty scruffy” and unvarnished — at least for the famously put-together artist.
“I could tell he wasn’t wearing foundation makeup, which he always did. He was that whole package all of the time. I’m pretty sure he had...
Whether you’re #TeamIssa or a loyal member of the #LawrenceHive, here’s one thing all fans of HBO’s “Insecure” can get behind.
The local rapper, who also...
Baltimore Sun Arts & Theater
Close to 20 Baltimore-area museums will waive admission Saturday as part of “Museum Day Live.”
Hosted by Smithsonian magazine, the day of free admission is celebrated at museums across the country.
Baltimore-area museums participating in the initiative include: the B&O Railroad Museum, Baltimore...
A local dance company will perform a show at the Charm City Fringe Festival this fall that explores the experience of people living in food deserts in Baltimore.
Called “Foodless Food,” the one-hour show premiered in May. Caitlin McAfee, director of BlueShift Dance, created the show, in which she...
With more than 500 authors appearing at the Baltimore Book Festival, chances are you won’t be able to see them all. In addition to a reading from National Book Award winner Alice McDermott (read more about that here), here are some highlights:
Literary lion(esses): Nationally known writers will...
The acclaimed local novelist Alice McDermott doesn’t remember the circumstances under which Sister Mary Rose came into her life when she was a little girl or how many times they met. But more than a half-century later, the author still vividly recalls the old nun’s face.
“My mother was raised by...
Alice McDermott's stunning new novel, "The Ninth Hour," does for contemporary literature what "Call the Midwife" has done for public television. Both recall an earlier era when women in religious orders operated as de facto social service agencies, nursing the sick, clothing the poor and doing...
When it comes to feuding, no one did it better than the Hatfield and McCoy clans in a region between West Virginia and Kentucky during the 1870s and ’80s, holding grudges and, at periodic intervals, dispensing their vicious version of eye-for-an-eye justice.
There is more than enough material here...
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