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Ukulele strings tuneful salute at Charm City Ukulele Festival

Not too many years ago, any guitarist worth his or her salt was strumming the power chords of Stevie Ray Vaughan, Joan Jett, Poison and Prince. Today you’re just as likely to hear the happy, melodic sound of Over the […]

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Ukulele strings tuneful salute at Charm City Ukulele Festival

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Not too many years ago, any guitarist worth his or her salt was strumming the power chords of Stevie Ray Vaughan, Joan Jett, Poison and Prince. Today you’re just as likely to hear the happy, melodic sound of Over the […]

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LaToya Hobbs self study explores the negative stereotypes imposed upon African American women.

Artscape: Max Gallery in Butcher’s Hill offers intriguing off-site exhibit

A provocative self-study by LaToya Hobbs from the Max Gallery exhibit Dissolution and Transformation. Anyone who is traveling through Baltimore this weekend along North Charles St. or Mt. Royal Ave.

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Justin Timberlake: 10 things from JT’s 20/20 Experience World Tour

Dressed in a black button-down short-sleeved shirt, black pants and white sneakers, Justin Timberlake stood center stage at Baltimore Arena, the spotlight shining on him as a packed house

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Harbor Point Project: More jobs, more income inequality

Artist’s rendering of Habor Point, from Beatty Development website. Let’s face it. America has become a highly polarized society on many fronts. We have drawn battle lines from race to

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Liberty Ship John W. Brown open this weekend for holiday tours

Looking for something fun to do this holiday with your family or that special someone? How about weighing anchor for the harbor of Baltimore? This weekend, Marylanders will get a

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Happy Fourth of July

The staff of the Baltimore Post-Examiner would like to wish its readers a very happy Fourth of July with this stirring rendition of the Star Spangled Banner by the

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Burlesque hijinks continue with full slate of summer shows

The lovely Cherie Sweetbottom will be featured in four of this summer's shows. (credit Stereo Vision) Two packed houses of enthusiastic burlesque fans were feted to a generous portion of

Poet Abi Mott in A Place in Truth. (courtesy photo)

A Place of Truth: Busking poet Abi Mott finds verity in verse

Poet Abi Mott braves the cold for the sake of her art in A Place of Truth. (courtesy photo) Take a walk around town and you’re bound to find a

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CityLit Project marks 10th anniversary with gala event at MICA Brown Center

In the wake of Hurricane Isabel, nearly 1.2 million Marylanders lost their power, and events like the 2003 Baltimore Book Festival had to be called off. But somewhere in

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Missing Willett

(Willett, me and mime Marianne Wittelsberger.) Willett Thomas was a gifted writer with a kindness that was genuine.   A few days after her birthday, June 15, 2014, Willett was found in

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