Despite moving to the city with her family the same week of the Freddie Gray unrest, Elizabeth Mount’s desires to be a part of Baltimore, if anything, increased. “I didn’t like what the media was broadcasting. It wasn’t the truth,” says the Ohio native. “We moved in on May 2, …Read More »
During February, Baltimore offers many opportunities to celebrate Black History. Museum exhibitions, special film screenings, plays and more are happening around the city. Here’s our roundup of who’s celebrating and how. Baltimore Theatre Project The experimental theater company is presenting “The Meeting,” a drama chronicling the supposed meeting of Malcolm …Read More »
Exciting New Arrivals at the BMA Matisse, Maryland artists and so much more join the museum's collection.
On Sunday, the Baltimore Museum of Art unveils “New Arrivals: Gifts of Art for a New Century,” which displays more than 200 newly acquired works side by side with pieces from the museum’s existing collection. Spanning seven rooms, it showcases drawings, paintings, sculpture, textiles, furniture and more in thought-provoking and …Read More »
Last night’s Low show at the Creative Alliance sold out–there was even a waiting list, on a Tuesday. Men and women of a certain age sat sleepily with plastic cups of beer in hand, grooving in their seats to the dream pop opulence of the band’s tunes both new and …Read More »
Scenes from a great reading and wine-sipping party. Last Friday night, poets Tracy Dimond, Joseph Harrison, Kendra Kopelke, and Jennifer Wallace read poems published in the February issue of STYLE. The house was packed, and each writer’s delivery created a new music.Read More »
It’s been 400 years since Shakespeare walked the earth and his words are still undeniably relevant. Take the famous speech from “As You Like It”: “All the world’s a stage. And all the men and women merely players. They have their exits and their entrances. And one man in his …Read More »
Baltimore (sorta) opens for business after Jonas As the city digs itself out, here’s where you can go (with a few of your snowy Instagram shots):
Ghost town #baltimoreblizzard A photo posted by Kristen Yeung (@kristen.yeung) on Jan 23, 2016 at 10:25am PST Over the weekend, winter storm Jonas dumped a record-breaking 29.2 inches of snow on the metro area, surpassing all past solo blizzards; that does not include the double-whammy snowstorms of 2010. As a …Read More »
With the impending snowstorm on the horizon, the east coast is shutting down. Major universities and state agencies are closing early today, including the University of Baltimore, Johns Hopkins and Towson. The Washington D.C. metro has announced a weekend closure. Several outbound and inbound flights have been canceled. It’s time …Read More »
Sam Holden: City Paper Black and White Prints The exhibition, showcasing the late local photographer’s work, will be on display today only.
Sam Holden, the man who got up close and personal with Baltimore, will be resurrected by friends and peers today. The exhibition “Sam Holden: City Paper Black and White Prints,” aims to honor the late local photographer. The show will feature black and white photography that Holden shot for …Read More »
Last Friday night, the Baltimore Museum of Art welcomed a different sort of crowd: Picture the space filled with millennials sipping beer, taking selfies (with sculptures) and enjoying the space long past closing time. The crowd descended upon the museum for the sold out event Art After Hours. (Two more …Read More »