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Get Out December

Lonely Boys They may not be the flashiest rockers on the planet—Stephen Colbert refers to them as “Beardy and Glasses”—but The Black Keys’ music speaks for itself. The Grammy-winning, indie-garage sensation from Akron, Ohio, is bringing its second world tour to Baltimore to promote “Turn Blue,” the dynamic duo’s eighth …

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Portfolio

Civil rights activist Joseph Lowery Never one to shy away from provocative subject matter, J.M. Giordano has shot portrait series featuring everyone from drag queens and death metal musicians to exotic dancers and their doormen. The City Paper photo editor found inspiration for his latest indie project while attending the …

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November Get Out

Grand Entrance Consider the score settled. In 2004, STYLE contributor Jim Burger declared closing the Baltimore Museum of Art’s main entrance in 1982 one of 10 decisions that changed Baltimore for the worse. Now, 32 years later, it was worth the wait for the grand reopening of the Robert G. …

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Main Event: Double Trouble Get Guide September/October 2014

“Husband/wife filmmaking duo Bodine and Alexis Boling struggled shooting their smart and tender sci-fi thriller, “Movement + Location,” which scored the coveted Audience Award for best feature at this year’s Brooklyn Film Festival. During the 18-day February shoot, they endured a blizzard, two fires (no, they weren’t responsible), several near-misses …

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July-August Get Out

bringing sexy Back Ladies and gentlemen, get ready to swoon. Pop music superstar Justin Timberlake is bringing his 20/20 Experience World Tour to the Baltimore Arena, where fans of the former ’N Sync lead vocalist can sing and dance to his plethora of recent and throwback hits from his four …

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May-June Get Out

Bloke of Genius “Because that’s what narcissism is all about; looking in the mirror every day and thinking ‘Damn, I’d like to shag myself.’” There’s no question that Eddie Izzard is a sexy beast—not to mention a force of nature. So we couldn’t be happier that the sage surrealist is …

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April Get Out

“So I went to a club the other day, which is timely because my self-esteem had been hovering right around ‘normal’ and I had been meaning to knock it down to negative 1,000.” Bravado. Mike Birbiglia ain’t got it. Adorable, self-deprecating charm? That’s our boy. Fresh off the heels of …

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March Get Out

Game for Mah Jongg Some of us remember our moms and grandmothers playing, some of us play ourselves, but even true mah jongg mavens may be less than fluent in the game’s history, which is as colorful as the decorative tiles used to play the game. Popularized in America during …

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January Get Out

Cultural History It’s extraordinary how powerful viewing a single object can be. Like the shackles, worn by an actual slave, on display in the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture’s­ new exhibition, “The Kinsey Collection: Shared Treasures of Bernard and Shirley Kinsey—Where Art and History …

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December Get Out

Musical Napalm Although his former flames may wish he remained silenced, John Mayer’s fans are thrilled that he’s fully recovered from throat surgeries and headed back to the Baltimore to promote his newest album, Paradise Valley—which, by the way, features a duet with on/off/on girlfriend and fellow musical heavyweight (yes, …

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