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Human Nature As the seasons change, four local poets reflect on the (meta)physical world.

Why I Don’t Write Nature Poems Because I’m always wearing the wrong shoes, I rarely stray from the path. There’s recollect, there’s tranquility and the way the trains punctuate each hour, shrill the shaken fields.  Let’s bide a bit here, thinking why we love them—the tracks, the transit, a train’s …

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Weekend Plans: What to Do 4/7-4/9 Get out there!

FRIDAY 7 Theater: A Ruby Cabaret Support the Baltimore Choral Arts Society at their annual fundraiser. The evening will include performances, dinner, and silent and live auctions to benefit the organization’s education and outreach programs. Tickets available before event. 6:30pm at the Grand Lodge Ballroom in Hunt Valley. Events: Kinetic …

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Beauty Boys Who says makeup isn't for men? Meet three of Baltimore’s fiercest faces.

If you’ve turned on the TV recently, you may have noticed a slight deviation in Covergirl’s standard “easy, breezy, beautiful” branding. In a recent company commercial, the new SoLashy! mascara is modeled by … a man. Well, a freckle-faced teenager, really—17-year-old James Charles, the company’s first male representative and aptly …

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Late Bloomer Henry Morgenthau III just published his first book of poetry—at the age of 100.

The fact that Henry Morgenthau III recently published his first book of poetry, A Sunday in Purgatory, would not be particularly noteworthy except for two facts: He comes from the eminent Morgenthau family, and he just celebrated his 100th birthday. Though Morgenthau spent much of his professional life writing—producing documentaries …

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Weekend Plans: What to Do 3/9-3/12 Start your St. Patrick's Day early with these festive events.

THURSDAY 9 Theater: Undercurrent Festival For their “Theatre For Now”-themed festival, Single Carrot will put on four concurrent plays in three weeks: race-based solo performance “The Bitter Game,” right wing exploration “MOM BABY GOD,” Baltimore tale “Kids on Bikes” and video-game metaphoric “You Are the Hero.” Ticket prices vary, and …

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