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Dispatches from DelFest: I & II

Welcome to Dispatches from DelFest, a running blog of short antidotes, features and pictures produced by Chris and Costa Swanson, who are spending four days partying in Western Maryland. Please check back throughout the weekend for the latest posts and […]

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Dispatches from DelFest: I & II

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Welcome to Dispatches from DelFest, a running blog of short antidotes, features and pictures produced by Chris and Costa Swanson, who are spending four days partying in Western Maryland. Please check back throughout the weekend for the latest posts and […]

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Romeo et Juliette to bring tragic love story to The Lyric

Sarah Joy Miller wants to make it perfectly clear as to what the audience should expect when Romeo et Juliette takes the stage for two shows at The Lyric this weekend. "We are giving you

Boston's Tom Scholz opened the show with a guitar solo of The Star Spangled Banner. (All photos by Chris Swanson)

Boston: 40 Years and Still Rocking

It's been 40 years, and Boston can still pack the place. The band rocked a sold-out Pier Six Pavilion on Saturday, playing a 26-song set that included staples Rock

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Pier Six Pavilion hosts Boston 40th Anniversary Party

Classic rock legends Boston brought its guitar-fueled parade of hard rock hits to the Inner Harbor’s Pier Six Pavilion Saturday, rolling back time to a pre-millennial era when fuzzy

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With Toruk, Cirque du Soleil to turn Royal Farms Arena into Pandora

Consider yourself forewarned: Cirque du Soleil’s latest show isn’t like anything the world’s largest theatrical producer has ever assembled. Toruk - The First Flight, which will play at Royal Farms

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Ampersand Stringband Opens Charm City Folk & Bluegrass Festival

Ampersand Stringband opened up this weekend’s Charm City Folk & Bluegrass Festival at Druid Hill Park with a breakfast buffet of bluegrass tunes from their self-titled EP, along with

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Green Room: Punk rockers, skinheads fight for their lives

3 out of 4 stars Just when it appears it can't get any worse for the "Ain't Rights," a punk band from the D.C. suburbs that's running on fumes during its Northwest tour,

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Charm City Folk & Bluegrass Festival to play Druid Hill Park

Who’s ready for some outdoor music? The weather has hit that sweet spot, it’s time to pull up a lawn chair and grab a spot for the Charm City Folk

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Baltimore’s Jacqueline Green returns home with Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater

Jacqueline Green was a shy, introverted girl growing up in northeast Baltimore, where her biggest self-expression occurred during the holidays when she joined her three sisters and brother to dance

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Delfest to bring bluegrass festival to Cumberland

Music festival season is fast approaching, and it’s time to start digging out camping gear, coolers and lawn chairs and start planning our single-day and weekend listening adventures. Baltimore is

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